Earlier this morning we were informed that a potential breach of our WHMCS may have exposed user details and passwords. As such we are taking preemptive action in the event that this is even remotely true.
As I write this my staff are shutting down many of our access systems (EG: WHMCS, HyperVM, SolusVM, etc...) and are beginning a full security audit of all of our logs. As part of this clients may not be able to access these systems at this time.
In the event a breach actually occured we will be forcing a password reset on every single user's WHMCS and hypervm/solusvm passwords and will bring these systems online when we feel that the minimum safety precautions have been met.
We strongly encourage all of our users who have not changed their OpenVZ vps passwords to login to SSH at this time and change the password now.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause our users, but we would rather ensure our clients data is protected at all costs than have a larger breach occur. The security of our user's data is our number one priority and we take it very seriously.
AT THIS TIME THE BREACH IS NOT CONFIRMED. WE WILL UPDATE EVERYONE AS WE HAVE MORE INFORMATION
BlueVM Communications LLC