On the 20th of January, 2010, the first known attack to exploit a newly patched Internet Explorer bug occurred. Late in the afternoon on Wednesday, the Symantec’s Security Response team started noticing a lot of websites being victimized by the exploit, which flawlessly targets Internet Explorer 6 browser being run in Windows XP.
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Pronethosting.NET, a successful web hosting provider announced that it has acquired the former Moniker.com web hosting asset – Cool Handle Web Hosting. Neither party has stated how much the final sale price was, however experts believe Pronethosting.NET has made a beneficial decision by acquiring this asset, as it expands Pronethosting.NET’s capabilities with a new shared web hosting service.
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PHP (PHP Hypertext Preprocessor) and ASP (Active Server Pages) are the two most commonly used web development tools. These tools are used to generate content on the web server, thereby giving developers and website owners the ability to incorporate a variety of design techniques that will be compatible with the end-users computer and their particular software clients.
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Secure file storage is extremely important to the success and continuance of any online business. Data loss is a fairly common, yet entirely preventable problem that plagues many online business owners. Securely storing your website’s files requires access to strong data encryption services, as well as a secure administrative interface from which you can safely upload and transfer files. Many individuals choose to use their web hosting service to store their files online, as it appears to be the most cost effective and convenient solution. The questions is; is it safe?
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Ebay’s ProStores popular web hosting service has built its reputation on reliability and security that is backed by the eBay name. This reliability and security was put into question when a recent surge of stormy weather on the 19th of January, 2010, spawned power outages in the San Jose, California area, subsequently resulting in the temporary shutdown of eBay’s ProStores web hosting service.
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