Internet opens a door for your computer to experience the world. Through this door you can simply go for online shopping, read the latest news, send e-mail, and many more. But this open door is also opens a window for hackers to easily get entrée to your PC.

Ones hacker enters your PC he can steal your important private data, such as account number and passwords of Credit card. Your computer can be used devoid of your knowledge to commence attacks on other computers, even on entire networks. A hacker can leave your computer only when hacker wishes.

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cPanel vs. Plesk

cPanel vs. Plesk

cPanel and Plesk are two examples of web hosting control panels utilized by many hosting providers. In cPanel vs. Plesk , Currently cPanel is only available for use on Linux operating systems, but this is set to change from 2008 when cPanel releases it’s cPanel/WHM 2008 Suite for Windows 2008; Plesk has been available for both Windows and Linux for a while now.

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What is a SSL?

What is a SSL?

The most important thing in running an online business requires security of the resources and for security most people spend their time to search a reliable web hosting services. Specially when the transaction is just so important like in the case of valuable and sensitive personal data being transferred over the internet, if that data lands in the wrong hands, the results could be disastrous.

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How FTP Works ?

What is FTP?

FTP or file transfer protocol is a commonly used protocol for exchanging files over any network that supports the TCP/IP protocol (such as the Internet or an intranet). There are two computers involved in an FTP transfer: a server and a client. The FTP server, running FTP server software, listens on the network for connection requests from other computers. The client computer, running FTP client software, initiates a connection to the server.

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Zend Guard – Protect your PHP code

Zend Guard – Protect your PHP code

Zend Guard is the most widely distributed PHP encryption product on the market. Available for over 7 years, Zend’s dedicated team of developers makes it the most stable and robust encoder on the market. It protects PHP 4 and PHP 5 applications from reverse engineering, unauthorized customization, unlicensed use and redistribution.

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What is Brute Force Attack?

What is a brute force attack and how to prevent this attack?

Brute force attack is a very common method, it is nothing but a simple script used to crack the password. The script uses every possible character combination as a password until it finds the right one, and in order to recover one character from the password (a-z), characters are enough. Once the password is hacked, the hackers could do any possible damage to your data stored on the server.

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The Spam Assassin is software for scanning email messages & determining their probability of being a spam, and reporting its outcome. The software compares different parts of email messages with a large set of rules. Each rule adds or removes points from a message’s spam total score. A message with a substantial enough score is labeled to be spam.

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mod_security: what exactly does it block?

mod_security is one of the important security tweak we perform on a server when try to secure our server. mod_security integrates with Apache to stop attackers from being able to issue commands to the server through vulnerable scripts and software packages which are installed on the server. By default, mod_security blocks from being called from within a URL.

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