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CentOS DDoS protection – A guide to secure your server from DDoS!

These days, you can hire a DDoS attack on a site for as little as $15.

Which means, if someone holds a grudge against you, they can take down your site for the cost of a couple of coffees.

So, it goes without saying that your business site needs a shied against DDoS attacks.

But, is there a reliable solution against DDoS?

No, there is no perfect solution for DDoS, but we can prevent it to a great extent by securing the servers and networks.


Plesk Onyx Repair – A tool to fix Mysql, DNS, FTP and more

Hosting a website isn’t always smooth sailing. You can occasionally land in troubled waters such as DB corruption, mailbox errors, etc.

At Bobcares, our Dedicated Support Engineers often resolve such data corruption issues using native commands like mysqlcheck, myisamcheck, etc.


Fail2Ban: how to unban IPs that are blocked?

Fail2ban is a great tool for server owners to automatically ban suspicious IP addresses in server firewall.

But, sometimes, it can block valid connections too.


Magento Paypal Recurring Payments – Here are the steps to integrate it

Magento Paypal Recurring payments is a great way for store owners to offer products with installment plans, subscriptions, etc.

But, Magento supports such payments only via Paypal Express Checkout.

At Bobcares, we often receive requests from website owners to setup Magento Paypal Recurring Payments feature as part of our Outsourced Technical Support for web hosts.


How to install Laravel in cPanel? Here are the steps

Web developers love Laravel framework.

This is because, it eases the common tasks in web projects like authentication, routing, sessions, etc.

At Bobcares, we often receive requests from website owners to install Laravel in their cPanel accounts as part of our Outsourced Technical Support services.


‘Down for Maintenance’ error in WHMCS? Here’s how to fix it

Maintaining business systems can be really hard.

When it comes to Billing software like WHMCS, periodic reviews and upgrades are required to integrate new feature enhancements, advanced security updates, etc.

Upgrades work well in most cases. Sometimes, the WHMCS database version conflicts with the release files version and result in errors like “Down for Maintenance“.


CentOS patching – 8 best practices to follow

Maintaining a server can be really hard.

Applying regular updates and patches is important to keep the Operating system up to date and secure.

In our Server Management Services, we help server owners forget their server concerns by keeping the servers secure, update the server software and install critical patches on time.