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A quick aid on dedicated server security

  • March 13th, 2019
A quick aid on dedicated server security

You can never be too cautious and careful when it comes to securing your data online. It is unfortunate that people have too much time on their hands and have taken up a full-time career in hacking. These attacks happen every day. Websites of any kind and nature are being targeted. Having a dedicated server for your data, you are already better . . .

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Should I use Zen Cart for my shopping cart?

  • March 11th, 2019
Should I use Zen Cart for my shopping cart?

There are hundreds of shopping cart programs available, but none come close to offering the level of options, features, and support available with Zen Cart.  Even the commercial applications have a hard time competing. &nb . . .

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What is cPanel and what are the benefits?

  • March 7th, 2019
What is cPanel and what are the benefits?

When it comes to graphic interface, cPanel is number one on most peopleís list.  Most hosting firms use cPanel for their business.  Why?  Itís an easy to use web-based control panel for your VPS or dedicated server. cPanel gives you all the tools you need to mana . . .

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What is Plesk and why would I want to use it?

  • March 4th, 2019
What is Plesk and why would I want to use it?

Plesk was created by Plesk, Inc., a Russian company, and went publicly live in 2001.  Plesk sold to SWSoft in 2003, which then changed its name to Parallels in 2008.  In 2015 it became its own entity after being acquired by Oakley Capital.  Plesk is a commercial web hosting data center automation software, developed for Linux/Unix . . .

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What is Webmin and why would I want to use it?

  • February 28th, 2019
What is Webmin and why would I want to use it?

Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Linux/Unix.  Webmin also allows for controlling many machines through a single interface, or seamless login on other Webmin hosts on the same subnet or LAN.  You would use any modern web browser to connect to your server.  Webmin . . .

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