Why is it that you can’t access your website after installing SSL?

Why can’t you access your website after installing SSL? This is the topic of this article. You might not be able to access your website straight away after the SSL certificate is placed on your web hosting account. This problem arises because the SSL installation necessitates a DNS change to your domain’s “A” record. You […]

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How to use free shared SSL?

Go through the following steps in order to use your servers shared SSL with your web hosting account  https://servername.com/~username * You can get your server name by signing in your Customer’s area and go to My account -> Manage (next to your account). Your server name is included in the name servers for your domain. […]

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What is Leech Protect?

Leech Protection is a great feature for Linux shared hosting consumers, provided in cPanel version 11.30, which allows you to restrict log-ins you want to allow each user within a particular (generally 2 hour) period. Leeching takes place when multiple users try to submit their username and password multiple times, allowing other visitors to use […]

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Does Host.co.in Provide With Firewalls?

For Linux Shared Hosting customers Host.co.in’s shared servers come with a pre-installed firewall which is reliable and up to the mark when compared to industry standards. For VPS Hosting customers, no hardware firewall can be installed as the VPS server hardware is shared virtually by more than one individual, but still, you can choose any […]

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How to Transfer Hosting Provider To Another?

There are certain key elements that should be taken into consideration while your move your website from a current web hosting services provider to another. Unlock you Authorization Code. (What is Authorization Code?) Take backup of all files, emails, databases. Remember all the settings you have on your old hosting account to keep them unchanged at the […]

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What is Authorization Code?

When you transfer your website to a new web hosting services provider they ask you for an ‘Authorization Code’. It’s a Unique 6 to 32 character long code that is specially created to prevent any unsecured or unauthorized transfers of the website. This ‘Authorization Code’ provides a security feature as it works as a unique […]

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