It seems that there are many people out there who want to make some quick money online, and they resort to “establishing” a web host. I would just like to tell you guys that the web hosting industry should NOT be entered by novices, unless you really want to make a fool of yourself. Even [...]

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The hosting industry at the status quo is over saturated with small to large hosts. You’ll find that if you’re joining in the hosting industry that it’ll take you some time before you make much of a profit or even cover your expenses. Starting a web hosting business is an investment which will take time, [...]

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Yahoo Web Hosting Review

July 19, 2012

Yahoo offers web hosting plans for small sites, business sites and heavy traffic sites.  They offer a 30 day money back guarantee. Yahoo is one of the biggest internet companies and Yahoo web hosting is one of the biggest brands in the hosting industry. Althour Yahoo is one of the oldest sites, Yahoo started its [...]

Doteasy web hosting review

July 19, 2012

General overview Doteasy provides domain name registration, shared web hosting and cloud hosting services. Company seems to be established in 2000. They offer unlimited bandwidth and storage hosting plans.  They also offer a 30 day money back guarantee. Support Types Knowledge base User forums (http://forums.doteasy.com/) there does not seem to be much activity Service tickets [...]

Setting Up Linux Server

July 18, 2012

This tutorial really should be titled “How to get your Debian server off the ground as quickly as possible“, since it’s based on minimal Debian Linux (stable) install. Here you’ll be able to get your box secured very quickly, and then get the services running with minimum hassle and pain. This guide first started when [...]

Are there any differences between TELNET and SSH?

July 18, 2012

TELNET and SSH has long been employed by end-users and system administers to remotely control his or her servers. The key differences is that TELNET establishes a plain text connection while SSH, or Secure Shell, uses an encrypted connection so no one can ears drop on what data is being received or sent. If you [...]

What is SSL or Secure Socket Layer?

July 18, 2012

SSL, or Secure Socket Layer, is an encryption technology developed by Netscape that ensures data transmitted between the end-user and the web site is safe by encrypting the connection. Prospective clients accessing the secured area of your web site will see the padlock graphic at the bottom of their screens informing them that an SSL [...]

How do I know that my dedicated server is secure and will not be broken in by computer hackers?

July 18, 2012

There is no such thing as 100% security as technology is improving and changing everyday. Maintaining your dedicated server to be secure as possible is a continuous job as it requires monitoring and understanding of the changes in the industry. For example, you will need to keep up with the latest vulnerabilities, ensure patches are [...]

Why do I need to purchase a secured server certificate for my web site?

July 18, 2012

If you intend to transmit confidential or personal information between your web site and your customer, such as, credit card details then a secured server certificate is highly recommended. A certificate, issued by a valid and appropriate organization, confirms that you are who you are in the virtual world and inspire trust in those who [...]

What is the difference between an email alias and an email POP account?

July 18, 2012

For web hosting beginners, or even general email users, it can be difficult to differential between an email POP account and an email alias. However, I will do my best to explain the difference between the two. An email alias address is often referred to as a forwarding account, and is used as an alternative [...]