Disaster Recovery

How to Protect Your Server From the Shellshock Bash Bug

Atlantic.Net NOC February 5, 2015 by under Disaster Recovery 0 Comments
Verified and Tested 02/17/2015

Introduction

This guide will cover how to check and fix your server if you are vulnerable to the Shellshock Bash bug.
The Shellshock Bash bug effects ‘nix based operating systems, which allows attackers to remotely run commands on the server gaining unauthorized access to the server and further exploiting the server.
This guide will show you how to test, and fix your server if it is vulnerable.

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How To Protect your Server Against the POODLE SSLv3 Vulnerability

Ariel Beltre February 5, 2015 by under Disaster Recovery 0 Comments
Verified and Tested 02/05/2015

Introduction

On October 14th, 2014, a vulnerability was established in version 3 of the SSL encryption protocol. This vulnerability, known as POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption), allows an attacker to read otherwise encrypted information with this version of the protocol in plain text using a man-in-the-middle attack.

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A Broad View of Redundancy

Eddie July 26, 2013 by under Disaster Recovery 0 Comments

 

No one wants to be redundant in conversation, but everyone wants a redundant network. Redundancy allows your system to keep operating smoothly even if something goes wrong. By creating additional instances – through active-active or active-passive networking mechanisms – you can make your network more solid and less prone to being knocked offline due to failure. Redundancy of HLR, case: two HLRs, both are active. Every HLR uses half capacity for its own data and a half for backup of the second HLR.

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What Exactly Does Uptime Mean in the Cloud Hosting Industry?

Eddie December 14, 2012 by under Disaster Recovery 0 Comments

What is uptime?

The dictionary definition of uptime constitutes the time during which a piece of equipment, such as a computer, is functioning or able to function.  In terms of cloud hosting, uptime is defined as the percentage of time that your server or website is active and able to function during the course of a year.  For example, if a Cloud Server has an uptime average of 99.5%, this means that for all but 1.83 days per year, you can expect that your website/server will remain active.

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Atlantic.Net offers Free Cloud Services after Hurricane Sandy

Joel November 5, 2012 by under Disaster Recovery 0 Comments

Atlantic.Net offers relief to businesses affected by data center outages due to Hurricane Sandy.

Atlantic.Net, a privately-held leading hosting solutions provider, announced today that they will be offering relief to those affected by the Northeastern US data center outages caused by Hurricane Sandy. Atlantic.Net is offering free cloud server hosting services to businesses that rely on data centers currently experiencing issues due to the storm.

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