Six-Layer Approach To Security
We see every type of attack, bad software, and bad actors—multiple times a day—and we’re proud of what our people, processes, and technology do to stop them. To us, protecting you and your data forms the biggest core of our mission and at every step, we are working to address key security concerns, from data protection to IAM to phishing and DDoS prevention. Our infrastructure provides secure deployment of services, secure storage of data with end user privacy safeguards, safe operation by administrators and we put tremendous effort into minimizing software vulnerabilities via patch and security configuration management. Encryption and other data protection measures prevents unauthorized disclosures of sensitive and regulated information. And zero-configuration SSL built into our hosting ensure that your content is always delivered securely & served over HTTPS.
We use automated security solution, powered by AI to protect your web servers from infections, maintain secure kernels, and keep you in the know with relevant information. The system uses herd immunity to provide total protection against known and unknown attacks. Our firewall tightly integrate with mod_security web application firewalls stop the majority of web application attacks even before they start. We use an excellent Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) to scan log files from all different angles and bans IPs that show malicious signs, such as password failures, potential exploits, etc. We also analyze if your site or IPs are blocked by any blacklists and notify you if they are. For more retails on this, please contact our sales department.
Protected Attack Types
Advanced DDoS Protection
for websites and businesses requiring advanced security and performance, PCI compliance, and prioritized email support.
- Flat-rate DDoS Mitigation
- Network Prioritization
- PCI DSS 3.2 Compliance
- 99.90% Uptime SLA
Instant Worldwide Deployment
As we work to deliver the same number of options for our shared cloud hosting tier, our VPS and dedicated server customers can deploy their machines in over 25 locations world-wide. This multi-regional approach provides provides maximum availability and geo-redundancy. You also can choose which operating systems, development stacks, languages, frameworks, services, and other software technologies you prefer.
Need to connect your business network directly to any of 100+ locations in 33 countries around the world and exchange high throughput cloud traffic? We can work with you to establish a direct peering connection between your business network and our network with a 99.9% or a 99.99% uptime SLA. To request that a new peering connection is established, just register your interest with our peering team.
Visitors and customers coming to your website to make a purchase or read a blog prefer web pages that load fast or even instantly. But HTTP/1.1 has a fundamental performance problem. You will see the extent most popular sites on the web today goes to make their website fast by looking at it with a tool such as Chrome DevTools.
Over the years, the amount of data that needs to be retrieved has gradually risen up to and above 1.9MB. What is more important in this context is that, on average, over 100 individual resources are required to display each page.
http2 was designed to tackle this problem by reducing the number of necessary network round-trips and avoid the head of line blocking dilemma completely with multiplexing and fast discarding of unwanted streams. Today nearly 84% of modern browsers and 27% of all websites support HTTP/2, and those numbers are gradually increasing and Web Hosting Magic (always at the bleeding edge of technology) implements HTTP2 on all its servers.
To check this site (and your website after we start hosting it), simply visit https://tools.keycdn.com/http2-test or use the Developer tool in Firefox and Chrome by pressing Ctrl-Shift-I or the F12 key and click the Network tab.
- Reload the page to populate the table with a list of responses.
- Right-click the column names in the table and enable the “Protocol” header.
The column will show HTTP/2.0 in Firefox or h2 in Chrome if HTTP/2 is supported, or HTTP/1.1 if it’s not. You can also get an indicator button for HTTP/2, SPDY and QUIC support by using either of these extensions though we are not sure if they are still being updated:
Service Level Agreement
We are committed to providing a business level of service that will ensure that your data is always online. We make commercially reasonable efforts to make our products and services available with a monthly uptime percentage of at least 99.99%. If a dispute arises with respect to our SLA, we will make a determination in good faith based on our system logs, monitoring reports, configuration records, and other available information.
If we fail to meet our service level agreement, our customer may receive a credit equal to the result of the service credit calculation of our SLA.
|Availability||Outage Timeframe||Credit Amount|
|100%||–||2.50% / hour|
|99.99%||1 hour / year||1.25% / hour|
|99.95%||4 hours / year||0.75% / hour|
|99.90%||8 hours / year||0.25% / hour|