Web Hosting

How to check OpenSSL vulnerability?

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Please note the following versions of OpenSSL: OpenSSL 1.0.1 through to 1.0.1f (inclusive) is vulnerable OpenSSL 1.0.1g is NOT vulnerable OpenSSL 1.0.0 is NOT vulnerable OpenSSL 0.9.8 is NOT vulnerable To check whether your server is vulnerable, on CentOS / Red Hat, run: rpm -qa openssl* Or yum info openssl | egrep \”Package|Version|Release\” On Ubuntu […]

Cloud Computing

Cloud-as-a-Service 2013 year in review

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2013 was the year of a very advanced for cloud computing, one where the cloud models such as SaaS / PaaS / IaaS / DaaS / EaaS / or rather Everything-as-a-Service has emerged and accepted positively. Today, demand for traditional hosting solutions decreasing, even if you announce a project and in case it does not […]

Cloud Computing

Everyone wants to be in the cloud

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  Since executives from Google and Microsoft talked about cloud computing in the first half of this year, it began a frantic race to see who is ahead with cloud computing services. All the great players that we know of already have their own cloud solution. And even with the brand name, they strategically designed […]

Cloud Computing

OpenStack – a cloud management platform

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OpenStack is a cloud management platform which allows users to create virtual machines according to physical criteria (number of CPUs, amount of memory, disk storage etc.) and a base image that can provide the operating system and the most suitable software. It also has features volume demand (such as Amazon EBS) via Cinder (block storage), […]

SEO

Let’s face the truth

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Let’s face the truth. There are some things in business and even in life where you have got to ask yourself WHY?????????? If your business not doing well because of your keywords rank drops in Google then it means for a long time you didn’t care about plan B and mostly dependent on search engine. […]