PHP version 8.1
Many applications use PHP today. Some examples of popular CMS are WordPress and Joomla. In order not to fall behind, it is important to keep your PHP version up to date to reduce the risk of hacks and to simply keep up with developments!
Today, PHP version 8.0 and 8.1 are in use as version 7.4 is not supported after 28 November 2022. Via the customer panel you can easily change version but make sure you check what your application supports first! We have a guide here on how to change it via our customer panel.
We will still allow you to use older versions of PHP (for example, 5.6 through 7.4) so you can update your applications at your leisure. We offer something called HardenedPHP, with the help of HardenedPHP we can secure old and unsupported versions of PHP. In the old versions, including the commonly used PHP versions 5.6, 7.0, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and 7.4, vulnerabilities are no longer fixed by the PHP.net community. Although it has been discovered, HardenedPHP takes care of all this to always keep even old versions of PHP safe.
For more information about php versions visit this page: https://www.php.net/supported-versions