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  2. Internet hosting service - Wikipedia

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    Web hosting technology has been causing some controversy, as Web.com claims that it holds patent rights to some common hosting technologies, including the use of a web-based control panel to manage the hosting service, with its 19 patents. In addition, Web.com sued GoDaddy as well for similar patent infringement. See also

  3. cPanel - Wikipedia

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    cPanel is a web hosting control panel software developed by cPanel, LLC. It provides a graphical interface (GUI) and automation tools designed to simplify the process of hosting a web site to the website owner or the "end user". It enables administration through a standard web browser using a three-tier structure. While cPanel is limited to ...

  4. Enom - Wikipedia

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    Enom, Inc. is a domain name registrar and Web hosting company that also sells other products closely tied to domain names, such as SSL certificates, e-mail services, and Website building software. As of May 2016, it manages over 15 million domains.

  5. Marina Orlova (YouTuber) - Wikipedia

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    Orlova was reported as having become an advocate of GoDaddy in August 2009. After having gone silent on her channel for many years, she posted videos on YouTube in 2021 (since deleted) suggesting she suffers from mental health issues and was in and out of hospital because of the situation. Bibliography. Orlova, Marina (2009).

  6. Local search engine optimisation - Wikipedia

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    Local search engine optimization (local SEO) is similar to (national) SEO in that it is also a process affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine's unpaid results (SERP- search engine results page) often referred to as "natural", "organic", or "earned" results.

  7. Stop Online Piracy Act - Wikipedia

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    The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) was a controversial proposed United States congressional bill to expand the ability of U.S. law enforcement to combat online copyright infringement and online trafficking in counterfeit goods.

  8. OpenBSD - Wikipedia

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    OpenBSD console login and its messages Shortly after OpenBSD was created, De Raadt was contacted by a local security software company named Secure Networks (later acquired by McAfee ). [37] [38] They were developing a network security auditing tool called Ballista, [note 2] which was intended to find and exploit software security flaws.

  9. 2020 United States federal government data breach - Wikipedia

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    The attackers hosted their command-and-control servers on commercial cloud services from Amazon, Microsoft, GoDaddy and others. By using command-and-control IP addresses based in the U.S., and because much of the malware involved was new, the attackers were able to evade detection by Einstein , a national cybersecurity system operated by the ...