First it was the installations that would get stuck in a loop and crash...psh.
And, yeah, if you never did anything about the first problem you're absolutely compromised now.
Truthfully I'm surprised that anyone's still entertaining the idea of continuing to use this control panel in the future. It's evident in the 293 open issues in their bug tracker dating back to 2011.
So that means, in order to give even a false sense of security to their users any time soon, they would have to fix nearly three years of neglected problems with precision and speed, and without breaking other things along the way.
Is Kloxo really this important?
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