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Whether you’re planning to start a personal or professional website, security plays a vital part in your online activity. Cyber criminals don’t discriminate between small sites and large ones when it comes to looking for vulnerabilities and hacking accoun...
BANDWIDTH, in the web hosting industry, refers to the amount of data transferred to and from a server or a website. UKhost4U provides 'UNLIMITED BANDWIDTH' with Shared Hosting plans with which you can transfer UNLIMITED DATA to and from your hosting accou...
Shared web hosting service refers to a web hosting service where many websites reside on one web server connected to the Internet. This is generally the most economical option for hosting, as the overall cost of server maintenance is amortized over many c...
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a technology that enables one to access a private network through a public network. With VPNs, employees can easily access their office's secure intranet through the internet. In order to have a VPN, you can build it you...
The current IP of your site can be found on cPanel's main page left-hand menu. Dedicated IP is a must if you intend to have an SSL certificate on your site. Most hosts charge an additional fee both for the dedicated IP and the SSL certificate. With UKho...
In Virtual Private Server (VPS), hosting is done on a virtual server, which is made by using virtualization technology that partitions a computer virtually into multiple servers. No physical partition is there but because of virtual or software partition,...
All websites need an operating system (OS) to run. Today websites run either on a Linux based server or a Windows based server. As Linux is reputed for strong security and better web server performance, it is the most widely used operating system for web ...
Active Server Pages (ASP), developed by Microsoft, is the first server-side scripting language for servers using Windows OS. ASP, also known as ASP Classic or Classic ASP is superseded by ASP.NET that was released in 2002. ASP.NET, the new version, is bas...