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Because of several incidents over the last year involving fraudulent SSL certificates issued by Internet Certificate Authorities, researchers have proposed various ways to improve the situation. Though some involve infrastructure not previously used ...
This week, the Apache Software Foundation announced the release of major version 2.4 of Apache HTTP Server. The last minor release of the software was version 2.3.6 in 2010; the last major release, version 2.3, was in 2007. This new release adds a se...
One of the fears of those who opposed the passage of the SOPA/PIPA Internet anti-piracy legislation in the US Congress last month may have come true. Many in the web hosting industry are concerned over the growing tendency of US government agencies t...
The importance of keeping customers in the loop and making them feel an integral part of a web hosting provider's business was driven home by the recent hack attack on the Cryptome.org web site. Covering whistle-blowers, this site had been hacked to ...
Yahoo has recently taken a step for interaction with the customer that all web hosting providers may want to think about emulating. Last week, the beta of Yahoo Small Business premiered to the public as a resource for the small business owner. As of ...
The Internet Society recently set a date, June 6, 2012, as World IPv6 Launch Day, when it is expected that web companies and major Internet Service Providers (ISPs) will permanently enable the IPv6 protocol for their services and products. IPv6 is th...
Last month, the United States Congress stopped consideration of two bills, the Stop Online Privacy Act (SOPA) in the US Senate and the Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA) in the US House of Representatives, that had caused great concern and cont...
Other web host providers may take a lesson from the recent set of problems that have been the experience of DreamHost, a domain name registrar and web hosting provider founded in 1996 and based in Los Angeles, California....
With the overwhelming reaction against the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA), a few members of the United States Congress have put forth an alternative bill. Oregon Democrat Senator Ron Wyden and California’s Republican Re...
At its simplest, Magento is a robust e-commerce solution built on a foundation of open-source technologies. The blended approach that Magento uses provides the best of both worlds for end-users. On one hand, the end-user has the powerful Magento-spec...