Author Archives: Vipin Raj

About Vipin Raj

Vipin Raj is a Linux Administrator at Veeble SoftTech. He is a highly motivated Linux Guru and Support Engineer. And when he is not doing these, he is a gallivanter.

Ways to Secure Dedicated Server

When you set aside a server completely for the use of an organization, application or an individual it is called a dedicated server or a dedicated hosting service. In this type of hosting configuration, the client will be lending the … Continue reading

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How Cloud Servers Can Help You in This Competitive Business World

Introduction It is rightly said that data is the new oil due to its importance in running the business and the economy. With companies having to deal with piles and piles of data, it can get daunting to handle and … Continue reading

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Tips for Choosing the Right Web Host

Before going online with your new business product or service, one of the most crucial decisions you make is choosing the right web hosting service and the tempting packages they offer. To help you in your decision making process we … Continue reading

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Different types of VPS hosting

Finding the correct web hosting for you isn’t simple. There is a long list of elements to consider. You may have the experience of going through some web hosting companies. In spite of that, it is confusing as to which … Continue reading

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Why Cloud VPS better than traditional VPS hosting?

In this era of web-based services, Cloud computing is a technology that has helped several business and corporate industries to manifolds. Every other service is based on the cloud nowadays. Here are the top reasons why Cloud VPS stands at … Continue reading

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When You Should Upgrade From Shared Hosting to VPS?

How do you know when you should upgrade your web hosts? This is a concern that many people have. But before going into the details let’s take a minute to understand the different web hosting options available to you. The … Continue reading

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Critical Linux Kernel Vulnerability (Kernel 3.8 and above) CVE-2016-0728

A critical 0-day local privilege escalation vulnerability has been discovered recently that a local user could exploit the kernel flaw and gain root level access! The vulnerability “CVE-2016-0728” found in Linux kernel version 3.8 and higher released in early 2013, … Continue reading

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