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NEW YORK – Ezeelogin, a secure SSH Jump server solution, today announced that it was chosen as the software for securing the server infrastructure in operation by CenTex Hosting, a provider that specializes in shared hosting, dedicated servers, virtual private servers, colocation, and managed services.

CenTex Hosting is committed to providing an affordable, secure and scalable environment with 100% uptime across its network infrastructure.


“As our team expands, CenTex Hosting continues to balance growth and adaptation,” says Brady Huddleston, CEO and Founder of CenTex Hosting. “We are committed to shifting and adapting as the market changes, always looking for better tools while prioritizing and maintaining security procedures.” Ezeelogin’s Jump solution with Secure SSH gives CenTex the ability to access all servers from one location, allowing staff to provide premium customer support that is efficient and secure.

“Centex Hosting wanted a bastion host for securing and streamlining SSH access to its Linux server and improve the speed in servicing its customers. We are indeed happy that Ezeelogin jump server software did meet their all their requirement and qualified as the jump server software of their choice,” said Sunjith P.S, CTO, Ezeelogin.

About CenTex Hosting:
CenTex Hosting is a web hosting company dedicated to providing premium customer support and reliable, cost effective solutions. With data centers located in Dallas and Los Angeles, CenTex offers optimal transit to several parts of the world, guaranteeing 99.9% uptime on your website. Whether for an individual, small business, or large organization, CenTex Hosting provides an array of options, with industry-leading server management at a competitive cost. At CenTex Hosting, we’re the professionals behind the scenes available 24/7 to provide the best solution. Our services ensure you have the time to focus on what matters most: the success of your company.
Website: https://www.centexhosting.com/.

About Ezeelogin:
Ezeelogin is a jump server solution that streamlines SSH access to Linux servers, AWS instances and cloud containers. Features include parallel shell, SSH session recording, SSH user access control, IAM, 2 factor authentications, SSH key management, and more. Our security features help enterprises and hosting providers achieve security compliance such as PCI DSS, HIPPA, ISO 27001, GDPR and more. Website: https://www.ezeelogin.com/.

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PHOENIX – Namecheap, the world’s second largest retail domain registrar with over 10 million domains under management, and one of the fastest-growing American companies according to the 2018 Inc. 5000, today announced a partnership with Adobe Portfolio, a platform that enables users to quickly and simply build a website to showcase creative work.

Adobe Portfolio customers can now search, purchase and connect custom domain names from Namecheap in a few clicks without ever leaving the Adobe platform. Additionally, Adobe Portfolio customers will have access to exclusive promotional prices on select top-level domains (TLDs) from Namecheap.


“Namecheap and Adobe Portfolio share a mission to help designers, entrepreneurs, small businesses and startups launch their ideas to the world through their own website,” said Hillan Klein, Namecheap COO. “Namecheap’s custom integration into their platform will make purchasing and connecting a domain name easier than ever before for Adobe Portfolio customers.”

For nearly two decades Namecheap has been steadfast in creating new products and joining partnerships that improve online accessibility and affordability, allowing more people to bring their ideas and dreams to life on the Internet. Namecheap is also committed to providing unparalleled service for its millions of customers.

“Adobe Portfolio’s mission is to help creatives quickly and easily build custom, beautiful websites to showcase their work, and we’re always innovating with the creative in mind. This newest integration with Namecheap is yet another feature that makes Portfolio best-of-breed and allows for creatives to stay true to their unique brand through increased customization capabilities,” said Will Allen, Senior Director, Behance, 99U and Portfolio at Adobe.

Adobe Portfolio enables creatives of all levels to quickly and simply build a custom website to showcase their original projects and establish an online presence for both personal and professional use. The platform is available, free of charge, to all Creative Cloud subscribers, regardless of subscription level. For subscribers, it’s as simple as picking a theme, uploading content and publishing their website using the domain of their choice. With a strong international presence, Adobe Portfolio serves creatives across the globe through localization tools. Adobe Portfolio is available in 19 languages, including English, Portuguese, Chinese, French, German, Italian and Korean.

Customers can purchase a new domain within Adobe Portfolio, which includes a free lifetime subscription of WhoisGuard, Namecheap’s Whois privacy protection software. Additionally all domain purchases within Adobe Portfolio include Namecheap’s amazing signature customer service.

About Namecheap
Namecheap is an ICANN-accredited domain registrar and technology company founded in 2000 by CEO Richard Kirkendall. Celebrating nearly two decades of providing unparalleled levels of service, security, and support, Namecheap has been steadfast in customer satisfaction. With over 10 million domains under management, Namecheap is among the top domain registrar and web hosting providers in the world. To learn more about Namecheap, visit namecheap.com.

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PARIS – Acorus Networks, specialized in protecting enterprise and service providers’ network and web platform infrastructure from distributed denial-of-service attacks (DDoS), is raising $6 million from Elaia Partners, Partech and Kima Ventures. This funding round will contribute to Acorus Networks’ mission to protect customers whose business activity relies on the Internet, in fields such as banking, e-commerce, gambling, government and healthcare.

According to IDC Research’s recent US DDoS Prevention Survey, more than 50% of IT security decision makers admit that their organization had been the victim of DDoS attacks 10 times in the past year. Of these attacks, more than 40% lasted longer than 10 hours. Now that DDoS-as-a-service (DaaS) is available at low prices, it is easier than ever for anyone malicious to launch a DDoS attack, multiplying the risk faced by companies.


In 2014, Benjamin Schilz and Raphael Maunier decided to launch Acorus Networks to address this growing phenomenon with a unique approach. Both co-founders have proven track records: Benjamin is a telecommunications engineer with a background in cloud security and web hosting and an entrepreneur at heart. Raphael is one of the co-founders of France-IX, the premier internet peering service provider in France, with 20 years of experience in the telecom and network industries. Their vision is to develop an innovative & customizable solution to address complex, sophisticated DDoS issues for enterprise and service provider companies alike. Acorus Networks has built a large-scale, agile and robust infrastructure enabling different and complementary methods of both web and network DDoS detection and mitigation that guarantees high availability and performance.

“As an online retailer, the availability of our website is critical. In the event of unavailability, every minute results in a loss of revenue and a deterioration of our brand image. Acorus Networks’ detection and filtering systems operate at the front end of our infrastructures in order to permanently protect us against denial of service,” said Romain Broussard, IT Director at CDiscount.com.

“High-traffic websites, e-sport and live events are recurring targets for DDoS attacks. The flexibility of the Acorus Networks solution and its ability to adapt to our specific needs, as well as the recognized expertise of the team, are at the origin of our choice. “said David Bordas, Hosting and Network Infrastructure Manager at Webedia.

“The DDoS protection and mitigation market continues to grow by more than 20% each year, there is no slowing down of these malicious attacks that hurt customers in indirect or indirect cost. Since Acorus’ solution is designed to answer specific industry needs, it has already met with success among leading brands. The Acorus Networks team’s unparalleled experience in understanding system availability needs and their unique solution has helped them land some of the largest online brands, we are proud to be joining them on this journey.” said Reza Malekzadeh, General Partner at Partech.

“As cyberattacks grow (4000 attacks per day), so do cybersecurity business opportunities. We’ve known Acorus for some time, since they protected Scoop.it, a portfolio company, from a massive attack. I am impressed by their vision, their technology and the reputation the team has built. We are very proud and excited to be on board and confident that Acorus Networks is heading toward international success”, said Marc Rougier, Partner at Elaia Partners.

About Acorus Networks
Acorus Networks specializes in protecting enterprises from distributed denial-of-service attacks (DDoS), a service especially important for companies whose business activity, data or image depends on the Internet.
Acorus benefits from its own protection centers worldwide and provides innovative, nonintrusive security solutions to its customers to ensure high upstream availability of their network and web infrastructures. Acorus’ clients include hosting services, e-commerce sites, media companies, carriers, banks, governments and healthcare companies, among others. A customized portal allows clients to visualize their legitimate traffic in real time and counter DDoS attacks manually or automatically.

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AUSTIN, TX – HostGator, an Endurance International Group company, announced the recipients of its 2018-2019 Technology Student Scholarship.

HostGator congratulates the following winners:

Sara Guerry, Radford University, studying social work
Nathan Schams, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, studying finance
Anita Whittner, Nassau Community College, studying psychology

More than 380 applicants answered the essay question – “In what industry or area do you see technology making the largest impact in the next 10 years?” Entries were judged on originality, quality, and innovation of the ideas in their essays. Recipients will receive a $1,500 scholarship to be applied to his or her college tuition and expenses.


“At HostGator, we understand the impact technology has on everything we do. This year’s scholarship winners really impressed us with their unique thoughts around how technology can further improve mental health awareness, infrastructure, and hospitality in the future,” said Suhaib Zaheer, general manager for HostGator. “We are proud to award these students with scholarships and wish them the best of luck in their endeavors.”

HostGator was founded in 2002 in a dorm room by a college student, so the Technology Student Scholarship program is an important part of fulfilling HostGator’s commitment to supporting education. The company has awarded nine scholarships totaling $13,500 since starting the program in 2016.

For more information on the scholarship and to read the recipients’ essays, please visit: www.HostGator.com/blog.

About Hostgator
HostGator, an Endurance International Group company, is an international provider of cloud-based web presence solutions, delivering hands-on support and training to its customers, ranging from customers building their first website to scaling their online presence. Founded in 2002, HostGator offers a variety of reliable website hosting options including shared, cloud, VPS, reseller, WordPress and dedicated servers. Novices and website pros alike can quickly build a website to their specifications with templates and site builders. For more information, visit www.HostGator.com.

About Endurance International Group
Endurance International Group Holdings, Inc. helps millions of small businesses worldwide with products and technology to enhance their online web presence, email marketing, business solutions, and more. The Endurance family of brands includes: Constant Contact, Bluehost, HostGator, Domain.com and SiteBuilder, among others. Headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, Endurance employs over 3,500 people across the United States, Brazil, India and the Netherlands. For more information, visit: www.endurance.com.

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South Bend, IN – HostColor.com (HC), a web hosting provider since 2000 has recently launched a new service named Managed Website which includes technical and system administration. The difference between regular self-managed Web Hosting and the Managed Website is, that the first one is a do-it-yourself service. The owners of a self-managed web hosting accounts usually receive login credentials for a their control panel and account management system. The controls panel is used for configuration and automation of various services such as http/https, email, antispasmodic, antivirus, databases, ftp, storage space and others, delivered from a shared server environment.

What is Managed Website?

Managed Website is an IT hosting service that uses the same technology environment as the self-managed web hosting. There is one major difference, however. The Managed Website comes with a technical and system administration. This means that the website owners no longer need to learn how control panels and all other website services work, in order to be able to configure them to their custom settings.


In other words, the Managed Website makes possible for the individuals and small business owners to save a lot of time by outsourcing all technical workloads to Host Color. All HC Managed Website Hosting plans feature 1 hour of technical and system administration by default. The website owners can extend the managed service on demand.

“The average site owner who manages a website based on the most popular LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQWL, PHP) server environment, usually spends between 8 and 16 hours per month on technical administration. Those are numbers which we have received from a survey, we have conducted among our clients who use the Self-Managed Web Hosting services”, says Dani Stoychev an Operations Manager at HostColor.com. He has also added that a lot of people who spend more than 8 hours per month working with the cPanel control panel and on the backend of their websites, usually like doing that and this is the main reason for them to deal with a technical administration. “Still, there are many small business owners who simply do not calculate the time spend on managing their websites and hosting accounts. At the end of the month many of them usually find that they have lost 10 hours on average on dealing with technical issues, instead of spending more time on developing and growing their business”, adds the HC Operations Manager.

The main reason for Host Color to announce the Managed Web Hosting service is that website technology frameworks have become much more complex and people no longer deal with a handful of technologies such as HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP and few others. Most content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress, Drupal and Joomla have grown into whole ecosystems. In order to manage properly any live versions of websites, anyone needs to have a specific operational knowledge and experience on server-side installations.

Those who create and manage websites need a complex knowledge on Linux OS, web servers, databases, various Open Source frameworks, hosting automation control panels, CMS and various platforms and applications. Even the web designers and digital agencies who usually specialize in building websites on certain CMS, aren’t usually familiar with the server-side workloads, website maintenance and troubleshooting.

“There are 3 major reasons the website management work to be shifted to the infrastructure providers”, says Dimitar Avramov, the CEO of HC. “Web hosting companies are open 24/7; Their Support teams have the knowledge to manage live versions of the websites; Managed web hosting providers charge less for maintenance than the digital agencies.”

HC has listed five different Managed Website plans on tis website. Each of them features different amount of computing resources. However, all of them come with “1 hour of Managed Service” per month. The company’s customers can add as many hours of technical and system administration as they need by paying a reasonably low per-hour fee. There are also monthly Managed service packages available at special pricing for commitment of 4 hours or above.

The Managed Website includes a Domain Validated SSL certificate, a dedicated IP address, a certain number of hosted websites, an enterprise-grade SSD storage with build-in data protection, an uptime monitoring and most importantly an onsite SEO service (website and content analysis). The HC customers have the flexibility to use and subscribe for the Managed Website hosting service on monthly basis.

About Host Color
Host Color- AS46873 – is a web hosting provider since 2000. It operates a fully-redundant, 100% uptime network and peers to more than 70 quality Internet networks and ISPs. The company is also a Cloud Computing service provider and delivers Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud servers from various data centers across North America. Its main data center is based out of South Bend, Indiana, 90 miles from Chicago. HC also provides disaster recovery, Colocation and Dedicated Hosting in Europe through Host Color Europe.

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Cloudflare has introduced a new peer-to-peer file system that aims to support distributed web technologies. Called InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) Gateway, the new system doesn’t require users to install and run any special software on the computer. Typically, whenever someone visits a website from the browser, the origin server is tracked down for the website content. A request is then sent from the computer to the server for fetching the content. Cloudflare mentioned that this is a centralized approach and has a number of drawbacks. For instance, if the origin server is taken out by any natural disaster or if it gets hacked, the web content will go unavailable. The IPFS Gateway will change the centralized approach and make the web a distributed system. It will connect thousands of computers globally on a peer-to-peer network. All these computers will store files on behalf of the network. Cloudflare said that more than 5 million files have already been uploaded to the IPFS. With…
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