Candid Web Hosting Blog
Author : Nikhil
Planning to boost your business at a national or global level? Consider owning a website. But what’s the use of doing so? A website (when designed in a professional way holds the power to gather audience from all over the world and can even boost your sales). We all know that Internet serves as our own personal window to the outer world. So definitely it holds the dynamism to boost our business by giving a kick start to our professional lives as well.
Internet has become an integral part of our day to day life. When we want a live cricket update, we switch over to Internet, and if it’s a matter of knowing stock exchange rates, Internet is our primary option… So no matter what our query is, we tend to take the assistance from Internet!
The idea of having an Internet presence to boost your business is a nice strategy! And above all, if you are planning to register a domain name, then keep one thing in mind- ‘Never follow a blind trend.’ If you are a beginner, then make sure that you hire the services of a professional web hosting organization.
A recent post at the Webmaster World turned a lot of heads when it announced the visibility of an extremely large-scale phishing attack against enom underway.
“The emails are sent randomly to common (e.g. sales@, info@, admin@ etc), dictionary and to randomly-generated addresses, and so will mostly be received by people without enom accounts. However, the mails are quite well-crafted and might catch out the unwary.
WordPress launched ‘WordPress 2.3.3.’ Classifying the release as urgent, it has been launched to counter a security bug discovered, “If you have registration enabled a flaw was found in the XML-RPC implementation such that a specially crafted request would allow a user to edit posts of other users on that blog. In addition to fixing this security flaw, 2.3.3 fixes a few minor bugs,” went the official statement.
ICANN ‘s all set to move forward to completely do away with domain tasting. Domain tasters are frequently accused of taking advantage of loopholes in the registration process and mint millions out of it, without actually paying anything for it. They pull this stunt by amassing a large number of domain names they think the customers are looking for.
Do you run a WordPress blog? Do you know how you can protect your WordPress installation? In this post we cover three simple but effective ways to protect the installation as suggested by Matt Cutts.
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