17 Mar 2018

PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.0 Or Switch

Ok, so let’s start with the server. First, you’re running PHP 5.6. You should be running 7. Here’s why.

  • Site speed – PHP 7 can handle uncached hits 2-3x faster than on PHP 5.5
  • Resource efficiency – An upgrade to PHP 7 is estimated to bring 30-50% improvements in memory consumption
  • Service more concurrent users – PHP 7 can serve up to 3x as many requests per second and handle more traffic with the same number of resources
  • Return type declarations – You can now specify return type variables with PHP 7
  • Error handling – Many fatal errors have been replaced with object-oriented exceptions to make it easier to find and address bugs
  • Long-term support – Lower technical debt with ongoing support of bug fixes, security patches, and maintenance updates for years to come
APT COM shared hosting support an upgrade to 7.
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15 Feb 2018
24 Nov 2017

Unmetered Traffic

How much bandwidth is included with my plan?

There are no set limits on the data transfer (bandwidth) that we provide in our web hosting plans. These resources are “unmetered”, meaning you are not billed according to the amount of bandwidth used and we will never charge extra fees for high bandwidth use.

We provide you with unmetered data transfer for your hosting account, so that you can host almost any kind of personal, small business and community website and grow freely to attract more and more visitors. We want you to have the resources you need to build a great online presence, and 99% of all customers will have more than enough disk space and bandwidth to meet their needs.

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10 Nov 2017

How to access a site temporarily without the Tide (~) sign or pointing nameserver?

As we have mod_userdir protection for a few servers, clients hosted on those servers will not be view website using tide(~) sign. So, this knowledgebase will guide a secondary method to view the site without the tide(~) sign. mod_userdir protection is enabled for security reason.

Browse the following directory in your C Drive >> Windows >> System32 >> Drivers >> Etc >> Edit the file named “hosts” with a notepad.

By default, there should be a line like this:

“127.0.0.1 localhost”

Go to the next line and add this:

104.156.55.184 aptcom.info
104.156.55.184 www.aptcom.info

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22 Oct 2017

Important: Password Security Policies

The password is the single most common security measure for digital systems, both online and off-line. The problem is that it is becoming increasingly less secure as hackers gain more and more powerful tools to simply crack them. A great deal of attention has gone towards the creation of secure passwords, what constitutes them, and whether or not it is feasible to retain a bunch of random alphanumerical strings inside your head all the time.

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