Monthly Archive:: August 2016
One of the most on-going problems for many system administrators is the potential for brute-force attacks. Up till now, firewall developers and engineers design their modern products with the deterring of these in mind. When it comes to cPanel users, the types of brute attacks they should be concerned with include cPHulk, LFD, and BFD.
Web Hosting Simply, Web Hosting is the service providing space on the Internet for websites. When you make a website and want other people to see it, you will need to publish (or upload) it with a web hosting service. Web hosting services work by storing your website files in high-powered computers (web servers) connected
According to Wikipedia, a web server is “a computer system that processes requests via HTTP, the basic network protocol used to distribute information on the World Wide Web. The term can refer to the entire system, or specifically to the software that accepts and supervises the HTTP requests.” Statistics on w3techs that, over 80% of web applications and
Bandwidth of the website is the actual amount of data transferred through the website at one time. The whole range of web hosting works on this parameter. If you have lesser bandwidth, it may hamper the speed of your website. There is a particular amount of data which has to be transferred through the website that
By default, WordPress compresses your images for better performance. In this article, we will show you how to increase or decrease JPEG image compression in WordPress. Every time you upload a JPEG image in WordPress, it would automatically compress the image to 90% quality. In WordPress 4.5, this number was further decreased to 82% to