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Remote client IP identification using F5 NLB

Thursday March 12, 2015 by Windows Hosting Done Right – Cytanium


Are you struggling to identify the IP traffic source on your servers? When using a F5 NLB at the edge of your network, you won’t be able to identify on your servers where the traffic is coming from. That is unless the protocol can support adding the proper headers to leave a trace of the original IP address. Any traffic received by the server appears to be coming from one of the load balancer I...

Is Cheap and Unlimited Cloud Storage Bad News?

Tuesday March 10, 2015 by Windows Hosting Done Right – Cytanium


Everyone can agree, storage quotas for cloud services are increasing very quickly. And this means only one thing: cloud storage is getting dirt-cheap. This is nothing new, as organizations have been getting more and more gigabyte (GB) for their buck in the past months. Some of the industry’s biggest cloud players, like Amazon, Google and Microsoft have been engaging in a war on storage. Who wil...

Mozilla Takes Web Browsing Security to a New Level

Thursday March 5, 2015 by Windows Hosting Done Right – Cytanium


Mozilla just released version 36 of its popular web browser Firefox. This new release introduces an important change. Some weak security certificates are no longer trusted by the browser. Why is this of interest? Well it’ll change web browsing for over 20% of web users. That’s one in five! What type of certificates are no longer trusted? SSL certificates (all Root CA, intermediate, server and c...

Disaster Recovery in a Nutshell: How Does It Work?

Monday February 23, 2015 by Windows Hosting Done Right – Cytanium


Disaster recovery. The IT industry’s latest buzz words. Although a popular subject, many of the articles out there are not providing accurate or enough information to demystify the concept. How does one explain disaster recovery to a SMB owner or an organization’s President without confusing them more than clarifying? Or without boring the hell out of them? Here’s my attempt. First, there are a...