Anyone can browse online, but as we all know, not everyone has honest intentions. Huge amounts of money move online and more or less resourceful people are willing to damage others’ interests to get their share. If the safety and reliability of hosting services are compromised on, the result can be disruptions to work and resulting financial losses, loss of customers or even identity theft. This can all have some serious consequences for both the owner of the site and visitors to it.

Be it a personal blog or a website of a major global company, the security of your site is always one of our top priorities.

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Safe Technology

BeeHosting has taken all possible measures to make our servers

as reliable as possible:

  • Software updates up until the latest security updates (PHP, Debian, etc.);
  • Safe Debian server software;
  • Firewall;
  • Our servers include only stable versions of updated software whose initial security issues have already been fixed;
  • Safe passwords required in DirectAdmin, FTP and e-mail services;
  • Automatic scanners monitor server activity and automatically notify our customers if there are dangerous or unsafe files in their account;
  • Monitoring spam and dangerous IP addresses. We aim to block both incoming and sent spam.

Greatest Sources of Threat

Reliability and safety are our priority at all times. Every day brings new updates and changes, but we only implement them in our once we have made sure they are reliable and have no undetected flaws that affect the operating systems of computers and smartphones.

Our servers are safe and reliable – but sadly that's not always enough.

  1. Homepages must be safe. A homepage you install yourself or order might have been safe once, but the software becomes outdated and security issues aris. You have to update your content management systems (Joomla or WordPress) and their add-ons (plugins, tools and templates). If your homepage's source code is unsafe, not even the safest server will help. If even one of these add-ons is unsafe and outdated, there is no need for usernames or passwords in order to insert a dangerous code in your website, steal data or use your domain for spreading spam or computer viruses.
  2. You must use a safe password at all times. Your password must not be easy. This applies to the passwords of your e-mail account, FTP and homepage's management interfaces.
  3. Keep your computer free from viruses. Customers' computers are often the first place that leaks passwords. Keep your antivirus programmes and databases updated, do not visit suspicious websites and do not open unknown hyperlinks or suspicious attachments in e-mails.
  4. If Beehosting customer support sends you a warning notification, take it seriously. We truly want our customers' homepages to be safe and work flawlessly. If you do not understand the content of the warning, don't hesitate to ask us. We know the answers.
  5. If Beehosting customer support sends you a warning notification, take it seriously. We truly want our customers' homepages to be safe and work flawlessly. If you do not understand the content of the warning, don't hesitate to ask us. We know the answers.

Contact

info@beehosting.pro
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