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Special offer: just launched.

 

Most popular multifunctional billing software invades Russian hosting market.

 

Right now WHMCS with additional modules at the original license cost:

 

$14.55/month only!

 

Unique addons by WHMCS.com.ua:

 

- high-quality front end Russian localization;

- ISPManager module;

- registrar modules: Reg.Ru, WebNames.Ru;

- payment gateway modules: WebMoney, 2CheckOut, LiqPay,

WebPay.by, InterKassa, Z-Payment, ROBOKassa, SpryPay, PRO Change, RBK Money, LendShop.

 

More gateway modules coming soon.

 

We are proud to be the certified WHMCS Reseller in post-soviet Internet segment.

 

Looking for a custom WHMCS module for yourself? We can't wait to create one for you! Send the details at dev@whmcs.com.ua.

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Full list of modules http://whmcs.com.ua/products/:

 

Payment Gateways:

- WebMoney,

- WebPay.by,

- LiqPay,

- Z-Payment,

- 2CheckOut (alt),

- ROBOKassa,

- InterKassa,

- RBK Money,

- SpryPay,

- PROChange,

- Yandex.Money,

- VKontakte,

- SMS Coin

 

 

Provision Modules:

- ISPmanager,

- VDSmanager

 

 

Registrars:

- Reg.Ru,

- WebNames,

- NauNet,

- UkrNames

 

 

Russian Email Templates and high-quality client area localization

 

Alternate email pipe module (supports KOI8-R)

 

$5.15/mo (only modules) or

$14.75/mo (modules with WHMCS license)

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Hello,

 

I need only webmoney plugin. Can we have a one time fee only?

 

Dino Strzeminski

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Hello Dino,

 

We only provide our modules on the monthly fee basis and only all modules in one pack. Reason for this is licensing.

Therefore one time fee only will not be appropriate for us.

 

Best regards

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- new registrars: 2domains.ru, R01.ru

 

- updated registrars: reg.ru, naunet (for IDN and .рф support)

 

- new gateway: Wallet One

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All modules:

 

Gateways:

-WebMoney

-WebPay.by

-2CheckOut (with comission)

-PayPal (with comission)

-ROBOKassa

-InterKassa

-RBK Money

-Yandex.Money

-SMS Coin

-TeleMoney

-Единая касса

-Free-Kassa

-LiqPay

-Z-Payment

-MoneyBookers (with comission)

-SpryPay

-PRO Change

-QIWI

-Privat 24

-IntellectMoney

-eCoin

 

Registrars

-Reg.Ru

-NauNet

-2domains

-Echo-Domains

-WebNames

-UkrNames

-R01.ru

 

 

Provision Modules:

- ISPmanager,

- VDSmanager

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In the website dose not have English Language,

 

Is this modules in Russian only, dose not have English support ?

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I bouth a module from whmcs.com.ua, and when I updoad the module all my antivirus began to alarm about this company and the this error in the php:

 

SecuriteInfo.com.PHP.Obfus-20.UNOFFICIAL FOUND

 

This is first time I see something like this, I have search for this company in internet and it is involved in ramsomware. Why do you allow them to sell their products from your store????

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50 minutes ago, Hostinglandia said:

I bouth a module from whmcs.com.ua, and when I updoad the module all my antivirus began to alarm about this company and the this error in the php:

 

SecuriteInfo.com.PHP.Obfus-20.UNOFFICIAL FOUND

 

This is first time I see something like this, I have search for this company in internet and it is involved in ramsomware. Why do you allow them to sell their products from your store????

There is no ransomware in our modules, only license checks. All modules encoded with ionCube with obfuscation, this is false positive alert.

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What is PHP.Obfus?

This software has used obfuscation technniques/online tools to hide the code and avoid detection by malware scanners. Sometimes plugin/extension developers (Magento, WordPress, OpenCart usually) use such techniques to protect their code which is legitimate. So be careful during cleanup.

 

 

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you name is related in ramsomware, and you coding is aswell suspicius. I have bought many  modules, and it is first time this happends to me.  I guess all other developers protects their coding aswell. 

No way to trust you. Too dangerous!!  Your web is in russian , but the domain is from Australia!!!, Too many suspicius things.  I prefer to loose the 23$ , but you should refund them to me. 

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We sell modules almost 10 years, and .com.UA is Ukrainian domain (not AUstralia :)

False positive antivirus alert is not a reason for the refund.

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I don't know anything about whmcs.com.ua but why are people so quick to judge?

You went from purchase to "you are a ramsomware" passing through inexplicable complaints about the TLD in use and Russian language in less than 48 hours 😔

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Then you should uninstall all modules you have including ones you think are legitimate. In fact any script can include a "surprise" that your antivirus won't even notice 😋

Few years ago my AV was detecting BlueImp (one of the most popular file uploader) as a malware and it was a false-positive. Few months later it was no longer detected as such.

As I said earlier I don't know this module and I never heard of whmcs.com.ua before. I just don't like when people jump to conclusions so quickly. You could try to upload the script on virustotal.com and see what happens.

If you don't want to use this module that's fine but accusing them of being a * because of language and TLD in use and the "opinion" of your AV maybe is too much.

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Kian, please , read my message. 

 

I do not acuse them becouse language or tld. 

1. I bought the module

2. I download the module, my local antivirus complain

3. I upload the module to a test server, my server antivirus complain

4. I search internet about this module and company , and found reports where whmcs.com.ua is involved in ramsomware

5. I ask for a refund that they deny. 

End of the story. 

I really would like to know that Brave hosting owner that after this finally install te module in is whmcs.  Are you Kian?

 

 

 

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It is possible that encoded file have virus signature. Now addon was re-encoded.

virustotal.png

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3 minutes ago, Hostinglandia said:

I understand you work hard to same your reputation. 

 

but YOU indeed are involved in RAMSOMWARE:  https://id-ransomware.*/2018/03/gandcrab-2-ransomware.html

Do you trust to all information from the internet? 

You article is about ransomware for windows. We sell server PHP addon and modules not windows executable.

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No, of course I do not trust all I read. 

But I will not install you module, and I am absolutly sure many hosting owners will refuse to buy your modules just becouse the posibility you introduce a ramsomware in whmcs. 

A ramsomware can go in a windows software, and in any software, aswell in a module you sell. 

Is this your defence? asking me if i trust all that I read?,  You suggest we shoud not trust antivirus, and we should forget evidence that your company is involved in RAMSOMWARE.  

WHAT A DEFENCE!!!, Now I really feel very confident to install your software!! (sarcasm)

I will add this link in the review of the module. So anyone that whats to buy your module, gets all the information and get and informed buy.

 

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