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Multi-tier architecture for your website

Posted in Website Hosting by Abilash on March 20, 2017

For years, most of the websites were hosted on a single tier architecture. If you have used a website control panel such as cPanel, you have most likely used a single tier web hosting. What this exactly means is that ...

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AWS auto scaling for Perth Royal Show

Posted in Website Hosting, Information Technology, Networking by Abilash on October 20, 2016

Perth Royal Show, an agricultural event, is being held every year for over 100 years now. It usually attracts around 500,000 people a year. The digital marketing agency took the job on keeping the website live and rocking in the ...

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Worst travel experience to Bangalore

Posted in Opinion by Abilash on September 30, 2016

To reach a beautiful place in the picture above, I had to go through a lot of stress, not enough food and the worst nights in travel. This is my experience.. actually my worst ever travel experience to Bangalore. I ...

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WHD.India 2016 Takeaway

Posted in Opinion by Abilash on September 30, 2016

  The WHD.India event took place in Bangalore this year. I always find ways to learn and explore new things. That is why I never want to miss any technology events that relates to my profession. I always try to keep myself ...

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The target principal name is incorrect – Outlook error

Posted in Something Useful by Abilash on June 14, 2016

Sometimes when you set up your email account on Outlook or other email client, you might encounter an error similar to the following: The most common cause for this error is the use of an incoming / outgoing email server that does ...

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How to clear your local DNS cache

Posted in Something Useful by Abilash on May 02, 2016

If you ever had a DNS update to your website or email or other DNS records, you know that you have to wait for the DNS propagation to complete which is usually the TTL value or a maximum of 72 ...

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How to Set Up Outlook 2003 to Send and Receive Email

Posted in Something Useful by Abilash on April 04, 2016

Before you configure your email account on Outlook 2003, you should have the following details handy. Your email address and password - ex: yourname@concisecreative.com.au and your password POP or IMAP incoming server - usually mail.yourdomain.com.au ex: mail.concisecreative.com.au SMTP server - ...

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Public Key, Private Key and the garbage!

Posted in Internet Security, Something Useful by Abilash on February 16, 2016

Cryptography in plain English is all about securing your communication that travels through a network. The two most common and major parts of cryptography are: Encryption & Decryption Keys The main goal of cryptography is to make sure that the decryption ...

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E-commerce websites and PCI v3.1

Posted in E-Commerce, Internet Security by Abilash on January 29, 2016

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was developed to encourage and enhance cardholder data security and facilitate the broad adoption of consistent data security measures globally. PCI DSS provides a baseline of technical and operational requirements designed ...

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Important SSL/TLS Certificate Advisory

Posted in E-Commerce, Internet Security, Something Useful by Abilash on December 14, 2015

Please replace all of your SHA-1 SSL/TLS certificates with SHA-256 SSL/TLS certificates as soon as possible. The SHA-256 replacement certificates should be installed on your servers right away. Why do you need to replace their SHA-1 certificates? Some major browsers have already ...

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