Parkingtim-hosting is excited to announce our partnership with Cloudflare, the website performance and security company. Cloudflare is a content delivery network (CDN) that increases the performance and security of every website on its network, protecting from a broad range of threats and attacks. Over 4,000,000 websites run on the Cloudflare network—ranging from individual blogs to e-commerce sites to the websites of Fortune 500 companies to national governments. Cloudflare powers almost a trillion monthly page views—more than Amazon, Wikipedia, Twitter, Zynga, AOL, Apple, Bing, eBay, PayPal and Instagram combined—and over 25% of the Internet’s population regularly passes through our network. Read More »
To eliminate some security risks caused by one-click script installer, manual installation is the best solution. You can change the table prefix or remove any security risk caused by the automatic script installer after website installed, but manual installation method definitely will save you a lot of time…
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Many assume the first step to starting your own website is design, but choosing the right domain name is equally important—in fact, perhaps it’s the hardest part of the site creation process. If you consider the difficulty in transferring websites to new URLs – not to mention the potential SEO losses that could occur by doing so – it’s clear that you need to get things right from the start.
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Many hosting companies offer automatic script installation to help their users to create a ready to use and functional website. One-Click automatic script installer like Fantastico or SimpleScripts are the easiest and fastest way to install WordPress on a web server, especially for beginners. No need to create database manually, no need to upload any files, because everything is automatic. But behind its simplicity lies several weaknesses due to the easy-guessed installation settings. Hackers can easily guess the database name, the database user and the database prefix because all the WordPress blogs that is installed using one-click auto installer like Fantastico would have the same database prefix, user and database name pattern. Here are some reasons why you should avoid 1-click WordPress installation:
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