How are we different from your traditional web hosting? Apart from you are getting more space. You have a dedicated IP address. Yes, you hear me right. In fact, you will get a dedicated IP address on your shared web hosting. Not like the traditional shared web hosting uses shared IP address. It introduces a problem because of the shared IP address has blacklisted. Your neighbour email account has compromised and sending spam emails.
Sound familiar? Actually, this happens to all shared web hosting. But we reckoned the issue. In any case, it is another domain email account has compromised, but not yours. Because your website is hosted on the same server, therefore, you are affected. However, with the latest cPanel. The matter of fact sharing IP address is the past. In fact, we give dedicated IP address to each account. You are no longer sharing IP address with others. If someone IP address has blacklisted. You will no longer be affected. That is to say, you can continue to send emails. Your website will not be blocked by any antivirus or browsers.
Also, you will get fewer junk emails. Specifically, you will receive a daily report. Should the email marked as spam email. You have the ability to tell the system. In future, the same sender’s email will go to spam box automatically. ‘WordPress is one of the most popular Cms. Many websites installed with WordPress. But do you know WordPress is vulnerable? WordPress is open source. On other hands, anyone can download and install. Also, WordPress and ifs plugin
Apparently, WordPress is one of the most popular Cms. Presently, many websites installed with WordPress. But do you know WordPress is vulnerable? WordPress is open source. On other hands, anyone can download and install. Also, WordPress and ifs plugin codes are visible. Anyone can view. This imposes a threat to all WordPress websites. To combat the threat, you need protection.
Currently, we offer Wordfence to protect your WordPress website. Cost? No, it is absolutely free. Wordfence is the popular security plugin amongst the WordPress community. For example, the 2FA Login sends each time your sign un. Brute force is not possible for the hacker. We have only mentioned one of its security features. Maybe more of security settings you can explore the link here. Also, you can install WordPress with only 1 click. It is a feature on all cPanel. cPanel save you trouble on upload files and create database