In late 2013 I signed up with iPage to have inexpensive hosting for my domains. I was paying $12 a month per domain at another place, these guys offered better service at half the price. I currently have four personal domains plus I am hosting a domain for an annual conference that I have been on the executive committee for since the first conference. Back in March, two of my domains were hit with a script insertion attack, Someone had inserted spam keyword links into the headers. I cleaned out the problem and didn't think about it again. With the job I have now, I have to rebuild the website built by someone else and put it on a different hosting and CMS software (long story that is not relavant to this). I selected Joomla! for the CMS I will use because it's free and open source. I put it in a directory of my main hosting and started rebuilding content and working on the template. Except it wouldn't go to internal links. I had the articles and everything set up properly, however I always get a 404. It was baffling me and a friend who installs and supports Joomla for his day job. Then, one of the installed modules threw an error saying the PHP I was using was out of date. Sure enough, this hosting is running PHP 5.3, which went into the unsupported bin ten months ago. The current version is PHP 5.6.8. PHP has a three-year cycle for each version, two years of active and regular upgrades and security releases, then a year of "limited support" where only serious issues are addressed if there is demand for it. I called my hosting and had to speak with a supervisor to find out why this is so. I was told several bullshit reasons, "We have legacy customers," (I can select PHP 4.0, 5.2 or 5.3. I think they can put another one or two versions in there.) "We need to test the latest version to make sure it's stable," and so on. Then came the truth. They are running PHP 5.6.8, just on their Virtual Private Servers which start at $20 a month. If I wanted the current release, I would have to pay triple what I am currently paying. Hosting my domains on a VPS is overkill by several orders of magnitude. I don't have enough traffic on all of them together to justify it. I became very angry and laid into him like a table saw into a 2x4. I made it very clear he is exposing his customers to serious security flaws and his reasons for not keeping the server software current is active malfeasance. The next morning I obtained new hosting and I've spent the last three days moving my domains and then repointing the domains. So, if you have the inexpensive hosting plan with iPage, I highly suggest you find new hosting somewhere else. Your website and data are at risk. The security doors are open and no one is watching.