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DDoS Protection Resources from KnownHost

Updated December 10, 2018   With these KnownHost DDoS protection resources, you’ll understand everything from the fundamentals of what DDoS means, to how DDoS attacks work, determining if you’re being hit with a DDoS attack, why hackers bother, how you can prevent DDoS attacks and what KnownHost DDoS protection can do for you and your website.   DDoS Protection Resources   DDoS Meaning – What does DDoS mean exactly?   On the KnownHost wiki, we give a quick overview explaining […]

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Is Comodo cWatch Right for You?

Updated November 21st, 2018   If you haven’t heard about Comodo cWatch security, you’ve not learned about the latest website security solution that provides early detection, immediate remediation and proactive preventive measures.  KnownHost will soon be making a major announcement about this awesome security platform – so now’s the time to get up to speed and start thinking about whether or not it’s right for you.   Today’s world wide web is awash with hazardous malware and toxic software that […]

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Why You Are The Ultimate Website Security Attack Vector

Updated October 11, 2018   Putting in place sufficient measures to protect your website electronically is an oft-overlooked, critical component in protecting your website – but YOU are the largest risk factor when it comes to your site being compromised.   Read on to find out about common attack vectors, what you can do to avoid being a victim, and how a heaping helping of common sense is the best recommendation we can make!     Popular Attack Vectors   […]

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CPanel AutoSSL Removes Another Admin Worry

Updated January 8, 2018 cPanel AutoSSL could be the safety net between your website functioning very well and it only being seen by half your expected audience of visitors.  Learn more about how cPanel AutoSSL can save you time and money.   Recent research shows that nearly half of visitors who come to sites and find errors or expired SSL certificates will leave immediately.  Because trust is so important to online shoppers, leading browsers. Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer have […]

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