New Subscription Features

We’ve been working hard to give you the best user experience while using our service and we’re happy to announce the newest upgrade to our online dashboard: Now you can manage your subscription on your own, without the participation of a support engineer! Now you can: Easily enable / disable automatic billing with a single …

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New feature – Rate limiting

A number of our dear clients were asking for this feature after the release of our new dashboard — and now we are happy to introduce it to all of our users! Rate limiting allows you to define the number of requests that a single client could send to your site over any period of …

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New Dashboard Release

Hello fellow security enthusiasts! Last Thursday our dev team was celebrating our first big release for this year. The dashboard we had implemented for our initial release was good enough to start with. But as time passed, the company grew and matured, and trends started changing, there was also a growing demand for new features, …

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A Slow Website = Cart Abandonment

Poor website performance is one of the worst things that can happen to an eCommerce business. Fortunately, in most cases there’s a simple way to speed up the site’s performance, provided its basic settings are configured correctly. A slow website is one of the more obvious technological risks for an online business, and poor performance …

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Log4j Pandemic and Some Thoughts on 0-Day Threats

Nearly a month and a half has passed since the events described here took place, and it seems that virtually everyone who is anyone in the IT sector (or close to it) heard when the story broke. Unfortunately, just hearing the news is one thing, being affected by it is another thing entirely. The worst …

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CloudFlare vs Shared Hosting Providers

In November 2021 CloudFlare changed its policy and disabled some partner API resources. At first glance, this seems like a rather routine action, fully in line with CloudFlare’s strategy, and moreover, quite meaningful from the point of view of cyber security. Here’s how the team at CloudFlare explained the change: Thanks for contacting Cloudflare support. …

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How Much Does the Hosting Industry Waste on Uplink?

According to various estimates, anywhere between a quarter to half of all web traffic today is generated by bad bots. This is what we call parasitic traffic and it poses no benefits to either website owners or hosting companies in any way. However, one thing is clear: If you pay for uplink, and you’re not …

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BotGuard vs BitNinja

When it comes to buying a bot protection service, choosing the right provider can be daunting. While we respect our competitors, we also believe our solution is more accessible and effective for a wider range of clients and end-users. We’ve gathered some information in this blog that will hopefully help you choose the best solution …

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