Jeff from RoseHosting sent us an offer, they basically provide managed vps. According to their website advertisment their average responce time for a support ticket is 5 minutes, which is really impressive. Their prices are quite high but they have sent an exclusive coupon for cyberpersons which gives you 60% off. So I thought it would be a great oppurtunity for someone who is looking to buy a managed vps. Let see what they have to say about them in their own words:
RoseHosting.com, a privately held, US-based company founded in 2001 offering various Linux hosting plans. Back then, we were the first and only company to offer commercial Linux VPSes.
That means in 2001 RoseHosting is the only company that started offering VPS, which means they are in business for 16 years now.
Today I am going to write extravm review. As I’ve been reading a lot of good things about them, so I thought it would be great to list some offers from them. Their rates are reasonable, on top of that they offer Singapore Location as well, so for any of you interested to buy VPS in asia, ExtraVM is your choice. DDOS protection is also standard with their vps plans which is a great plus for many people. Let see what they have to say about them self on their about page (only few lines) :
ExtraVM, based in Texas, was started in late 2014 to provide reliable, secure, and fast hosting services at an affordable price. One of our goals was to be able to cater to a large portion of clients, no matter what budget or where they are located. We accept over 100 local eWallets and currencies making it possible for anyone to purchase a DDoS protected server.
I was working on an open source project recently, and I needed a repository to host some custom packages. However, you might have your own reasons to create yum repository. You can create a local version of an online repository so everytime you install a package network bandwidth is not consumed. Or there can be many other possible reasons.
In this article, we will learn how to create yum repository in centos 7.
It’s all about Erebus Linux Ransomware!
As I’ve discussed in one of my earlier posts that ransomware is demanded by the hackers as they hack or we should say that they encrypt the data of the organization and give access back to the organization after the ransomware is paid by the organization or else they loose their data. The same case of the ransomware is seen in South Korea recently.
Considering a number of attacks on web application these days, one must be pro-active in case of the security. You might already be using Web Application Firewall for your web application security including but not limited to ModSecurity. However, ModSecurity works at the application layer.
That means it is installed with Web Server Software (Apache, Nginx etc). Any malicious packets that travel towards your web application are then blocked by this firewall on the application layer. Packet first arrives on the interface of a server, then it moves to the Linux kernel and eventually, it arrives at the application (here application is a web server). ModSecurity is installed as a module in a web server, which inspects every packet before it is delivered to the web application.