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WebHostingStuff is one of the largest and most trusted web hosting directories on the Internet ... providing user reviews and uptime history reports on 17,000+ hosting companies
WebHostingStuff is one of the largest and most trusted web hosting directories on the Internet ... providing user reviews and uptime history reports on 17,000+ hosting companies

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Free Report: Learn How Site Owners Dealt with Malware Infections on their Web Sites. Data from the StopBadware/Commtouch poll reveals that hackers are often able to compromise legitimate websites without the site owners' knowledge: over 90% of respondents didn't notice any strange activity, despite the fact that their sites were being abused to send spam, host phishing pages, or distribute malware.
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Web hosting companies that have relied on RatePoint.com for hosting their customer reviews were shocked to discover that RatePoint is shutting down.

All their existing customer reviews will vaporize unless they "export" it to a 3rd party service provider by Feb 2.

Hint: http://reviews.webhostingstuff.com - it's a free service since 2004.

We've the largest pool of real hosting reviews on the Internet. And we don't charge web hosts annual fees for hosting their customer reviews here.
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Early yesterday, one of DreamHost's database servers was illegally accessed using an exploit. A quick review of the data potentially accessed indicated that some customers' FTP and shell access passwords may have been compromised.
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MegaUpload was primarily hosted in Virginia by Carpathia Hosting. Carpathia leased more than 1000 servers with a total of 25 petabytes of storage to MegaUpload. They had a second big data center in the Netherlands, where web host Leaseweb rented and hosted close to 700 servers.
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Any student burning the midnight oil Tuesday may have been disappointed as what has become a primary research tool, Wikipedia, blacked out its Web pages as part of a global protest against anti-piracy legislation making its way through Congress.
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