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Any request made to the server is considered a “hit”. A request can be for any object, an html page, a graphic image, an audio file, a CGI script, etc. So, “hits” are the total number of requests that were received during the specified report period.
A “visit”, on the other hand, is a series of “hits” that are deemed to have come from the same browser within a certain amount of time. A “visit”, therefore, represents a browser that came to your site for a while and then left.
Each “visit” is composed of many more “hits”.
Visits are also grouped by time. Webalizer does this by looking at the IP address of the browser and calculates the amount of time since a visitorâ€™s last requested a page/file (if any). If the time difference is greater than a pre-configured â€˜visit timeoutâ€™ value (or has never made a request before), it is considered a â€˜new visitâ€™.
We deliver our web hosting accounts with detailed statistics to keep track of your websites visitors.
Addon domains allow you to have more than one independent website sharing the resources of your hosting account. Addon domains hosting is similar to virtualization. You can host multiple domains or multiple websites on a single account which are basically setup as sub domains on the main domain but the domains you add as a addon domain gets parked on top of the subdomain. You can see website of the sub domain when you type your addon domain in your browser but the URL never changes as it continues with your addon domain in the browser.
You can have multiple domain names pointing to your site. This is a great way to increase your online visibility. Parked domain on main domain shows the website of the main domain. Similarly parked domain on the subdomain would show the website of subdomain.
Examples of parked domains are:
Apache configuration needs to know what directory to call when someone opens a particular website in the browser and in case of addon domains, it will load the subdomain. Your addon domain is added as an alias for that subdomain.
From a user perspective, an addon domain functions just like any other domain. You can register and set up an addon domain under your existing web hosting account. So when your visitors type â€œhttp://www.yourdomain.comâ€ in their browser, they will be transported to the new site. The difference between a parked domain and an addon domain from a web userâ€™s perspective is that with a parked domain the URL in the address bar will change to the physical location of the page as the page loads.
For example, if you type http://www.abc.com, that domain wonâ€™t remain in the browser address bar, but will change to â€œhttp://www.domain.com/abc/index.htmlâ€ as soon as the page is displayed.
Many will say our NO LIMIT feature is a gimmick, a scam. We have also come across of many articles, discussion forums and other web hosting communities branding the â€œUnlimited Disk Spaceâ€ and â€œUnlimited bandwidthâ€ features too good to be true and unrealistic for a real-world hosting environment. At XeonBD, we will contradict that perception.
The answer is Storage Area Network (SAN). With our state-of-the-art SAN, we are able to give you, our customers, virtually unlimited disk space. In a SAN server farm, unlike a traditional server, data is not stored in internal hard drives. They are stackable and upgradeable to virtually an unlimited amount, up to thousands upon thousands of Terabytes (TB) of hard disk space. If we see an increase in demand, we will just stack additional hard drives into the SAN, thus enabling us to provide you with unlimited storage.
Along with limitless data storage, we are also connected to multiple GigE ports at our data center. Every single server is connected to two GigE (1000 Mbps) lines into our modern routers. This means each server has a really big pipe for traffic for our customers’ websites to flow through.
With today’s advancements in technology, we believe in NOT limiting a customer’s success because of their bandwidth usage. As long as you adhere to our Acceptable User Policy and use your account for web hosting purposes, you are welcome to use as much bandwidth as you like.
In summary, there’s no need for you to worry on having to â€œswitchâ€ to another provider just because you have grown. With our technological advantage, we can help you grow successfully. Still think NO LIMIT disk space and bandwidth a myth? Not at XeonBD!
From 17th April 2009 XeonBD doesn’t allow you to custom build a plan, however, we have packages that can more than meet your needs for the money you pay. Whether you’re a blogger, a designer, small-business owner, a record label, or fortune 500 company, we have all the tools and plans you need.
.MOBI Promo â€“ Already Begins ! Starting today, the 14th of April at 12:30 UTC, you can avail of New Registrations of .MOBI Domains for BDT 700 only! What’s more, you get .MOBI Transfer-Ins @ BDT 700 and a FREE SiteBuilder with every Domain registered. Register/Transfer your .MOBI as soon as you can because promo may expire any time.
Â· This Promo is applicable for the first year of Registration only. Hence a two year .MOBI Registration will be billed as Promo Pricing + Regular Pricing for 1 year.
Â· Renewals will not attract this Promo Pricing.
Â· There are no restrictions on the number of Domains that can be Registered or Transferred-In during this period.
This year, there has been a large increase in the number of legitimate websites infected by a so-called “iframe” threat – a type of malicious script.
Several prominent websites have come under attack from hackers who have modified the underlying code so that malware can be distributed to unsuspecting users who visit the site. When a user visits an infected site, an invisible connection is established to a remote server, which can then attempt to install malware on the user’s computer. The intention could be to generate spam, or possibly something more sinister, such as stealing personal information e.g. bank account or credit card details.
In 2008, several high-profile websites were targeted, including USA Today, ABC News, Target and Wal-Mart and simply visiting one of these infected websites could have resulted in the user’s computer being infected. More recently, a number of websites have been detected by avast! as being infected by a malicious script called “HTML:Iframe-inf”. Among the websites affected are a number of Government sites in the US, including the United States Forest Service, the US International Trade Commission and the websites of several embassies around the world. Many popular travel and recreational websites have also been compromised.
avast! antivirus will detect and block access to any website that is infected by this threat and will display a warning that a virus has been detected. If avast! displays this warning, you should discontinue your attempt to connect to that particular website and either report the infection to the relevant party so that it can be removed, or post a message on the avast! forum in the section Viruses and Worms so that it can be investigated to determine whether the website is really infected. Do not ignore this warning, even if you believe the website to be a reputable one – the recent attacks prove that no websites are immune to infection.
Thanks to one of our regular forum users who reported the infection to the organization concerned, the website of the US International Trade Commission was quickly repaired and the infection removed, however, potentially, many more websites remain infected.
To minimize the risk of falling victim to such an attack from this, and other similar threats, it is essential that your antivirus software is kept up-to-date. We recommend that your avast! antivirus is set to update itself automatically, or alternatively, that you perform regular manual updates, ideally daily.