Server Outages at TrafficWave.net

April 20, 2019: We have experienced significant downtime since approximately 11pm Central time, April 19, 2019. Our tech team is bringing systems back online at approximately 5:30am and testing to determine the cause of said downtime and make decisions to protect against any further or repeat issues. May 17, 2015: It was determined this morning that we were experiencing a number of unexpected issues with our databases. The issueRead more

New Site Updates and Enhancements

If you’ve been watching the news, at all, you may have heard about the extreme flooding here in the Houston area. With some of the most dramatic rains and flooding in many many years, it has been an exciting time to say the least. The good news is that even with road closures, bayou overflows, and some seriously high tensions, your TrafficWave.net account continued collecting leads and following upRead more

Update For All Payza Users

Update, March 2015: Payza is back online in Texas and TrafficWave.net is currently accepting Payza. Recently, we received notification from Payza that all Payza accounts located in Texas are currently unable to send or receive funds. The exact message we received is: “We’re sorry, Payza is not currently available in Texas. You can still view your account details and recent transactions, but all features involving the transfer of fundsRead more

Our Response to the Heartbleed bug

The engineering team at TrafficWave.net has been working to assess the impact for our customers in the wake of April 7th’s disclosure of CVE-2014-0160, known colloquially as Heartbleed. We join nearly every service provider on the Internet responding to this critical vulnerability in OpenSSL’s handling of heartbeat packets and conducted a comprehensive security review in response. We also believe it’s important to let you know what we know, whatRead more

Member Discussion Forum

Have you ever found yourself wondering “How did that business get those results?” or “How did they get their capture page to look like that?”. Did you know TrafficWave.net has a member discussion forum? This is a great way for you to … talk with other users get tips from other users share tips with other users pick up new ideas promote your service or product to other usersRead more

DDOS Attack

Incident Report for TrafficWave.net Over the past few days, TrafficWave.net has undergone a sustained DDOS Attack. For those unfamiliar with the term, a DDoS attack is when an attacker floods a site with so much traffic it is unable to respond to legitimate requests. While we already had systems in place to deal with these types of attacks, the nature and severity of this attack was on a massive scale.Read more

Scheduled Down Time, Feb 2, 2016

TrafficWave.net will be performing server relocation February 2, 2016, starting at 8am Central time. The process of relocating our servers to improved facilities, higher redundancy, and better connectivity is expected to dramatically improve speed and reliability for all of our users. This will also allow for quicker response times in the event of another DDOS attack such as the one experienced in October, 2015. This relocation will require downtime during the early partRead more