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Why Your Site Should Have a SSL Certificate

Posted by hostsleek on 16 07 2015.

The internet can be a terrible place where information is stolen every day. Many people have gone online only to have their personal identity stolen and have been  robbed out of money… READ MORE

The internet can be a terrible place where information is stolen every day. Many people have gone online only to have their personal identity stolen and have been  robbed out of money from their bank cards and their credit cards. This phenomenon of hackers and spammers has caused many people not to…

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What Role Do Web Hosting Companies Play In Fighting Spam and Junk Mail?

Posted by hostsleek on 16 07 2015.

Everyone wants to get rid of spam mail, except for spammers. To users it is a nuisance which hides legitimate mail, to web hosts it blocks up resources, to security professionals it means more filtering and monitoring, to website owners it could be a carrier of viruses and malware. Whichever side…

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What To Do When Your Website Runs Out Of Bandwidth…

Posted by hostsleek on 15 07 2015.

Have you come across a website which welcomes you with a “Bandwidth Limit Exceeded” Page? Was it your own website? Most people encounter this issue towards the end of the month. This means that the data transfer limit which was set by your web host has been exhausted. To know…

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Domain Name Security Measures To Keep Your Online Property Safe

Posted by hostsleek on 14 07 2015.

You may be able to protect your tangible property with security guards, CCTV surveillance and electric fences, but what about protecting your domain name? If you thought that domain names dont need protection, then you are mistaken. Every domain name which is in use is continuously appreciating in price. This…

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Getting The Message Across: What To Include In 404 Error Pages

Posted by hostsleek on 14 07 2015.

Have you bumped into error pages and then didn’t know what to do? From the plan vanilla black and white pages, to fancy custom made error pages, we can guess what irritates a website visitor and what makes their browsing easier. Rather than be obscure and try to brush off…

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