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Monday, 21 January 2019

$1-A-Month Web Hosting - A Promotion Like None Other

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No, there is no Typo in this Promotion. This is indeed a Web Hosting offering for just $1 per month, that is soon to launch your way. In this product blog, we will try to give you all the details you need to know, so you can take full advantage of this promotional offer. What is $1-A-Month Web Hosting? This is as clear as the title itself. You pay just…
Thursday, 30 August 2018

Bitcoin, a new approach

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Introduction By now you've heard of Bitcoin and it's an incredible run-up in price from $1000 per coin in January 2017 to around $20,000 in December 2017. You may even know of Bitcoin as a way to pay for things over the Internet as a kind of digital money. I've been hearing about bitcoin and cryptocurrency for more than a few years now but never understood what all the hype…
Sunday, 15 April 2018

Loosing sleep over website security? Part 2

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In this article, Part 2 on website security, we are going to see how to protect a Joomla based site. Joomla shares a lot of common security practices with Wordpress, with few exceptions. Again, nothing will give you a 100% guarantee that your site will not get hacked, but these security practices should offer a good level of protection, making an intruder's attempts more difficult. 1. Masked Admin username By default Joomla creates a username for administration purpose…
Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Loosing sleep over website security? Part 1

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If your career has included developing or maintaining websites, you have most likely fallen victim to a security hack at least once. Like all network-connected devices, a website is equally prone to become a victim of malicious intentions. There are a lot of websites maintained by people who know very little about the inner workings of the site. They may possibly be bloggers or have simply created the site to share family photos. These ordinary sites are hacked on a…