Abhishek Kumar

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About Abhishek Kumar

Founder & CEO of SparkHost® Web Solution Ltd. Aim to provide all digital services under a single roof at affordable price.
4 07, 2017

What Is an IP Address?

2017-07-04T16:22:09+00:00 July 4th, 2017|Internet, Technology|0 Comments

Internet Protocol (IP) was first created in the 1970’s to connect the first computers to each other and allow them to send and receive packets of information. Today, every device that connects to the internet requires an IP address. An example IP address that many people will recognize is: 192.168.0.1 However, that is not really your IP address, it is the IP address your router gives you. (I will explain later) Every IP address is assigned to an endpoint device (routers, personal computers, tablets, wireless printers, smartphones, or any “smart” device that connects to a network) Basically, an IP address is like a home address; without one, the mailman wouldn’t know where to deliver your packages. Similarly, without an IP address, the network wouldn’t know which end device to deliver all the information from emails, webpages, or any other packets of data. But did you [...]

10 05, 2017

VPS KVM vs VPS Virtuozzo, Which one should I choose?

2017-05-10T08:32:43+00:00 May 10th, 2017|Hosting, Server, Technology, VPS|0 Comments

Since the addition of VPS on our platform, we’ve only been providing a specific type of virtualization, Virtuozzo. A month ago, we introduced KVM virtual private servers on our platform. That must have got you thinking, “What’s the difference between the two?” This blog post covers the distinguishable features of KVM and Virtuozzo.  Virtualization has changed the way we compute. We utilize lesser hardware, save energy and costs as well as run various applications and operating systems on that very server. Why do we need virtualization? Apart from saving time, money and energy, it: Helps you to manage your resources efficiently Provides a secure remote access and thus increases productivity Helps against data loss prevention What makes virtualization possible is a software known as a hypervisor or a virtualization manager. The VM sits between the hardware and operating system and basically allocates the amount of [...]

28 03, 2017

3 AWESOME WEBSITES TO CHECK DNS PROPAGATION

2017-03-28T10:44:18+00:00 March 28th, 2017|Domains, Technology|0 Comments

Whenever DNS or Domain Name Server records are modified, propagation steps in. DNS propagation can take anywhere between 24 to 48 hours and during this time the DNS IP will fluctuate. This means that your website visitors may land on your old or new website. There is a way that you can check the current state of your DNS records during propagation. Check out the following free tools to check DNS Propagation 1. DNS Checker : You can run a DNS propagation check from more then 20 locations worldwide. Record types like A, AAAA, CNAME, MX etc are supported by this tool. 2. Site24x7 : This tool lets you check for DNS propagation from more than 50 locations and also allows you to customize location checking. 3. WhatsMyDNS : You can check DNS propagation from 21 locations and supports multiple record types. That’s it folks, hope these tools [...]

9 10, 2016

Domain Name Life Cycle

2016-10-09T08:16:29+00:00 October 9th, 2016|Domains, Internet News|6 Comments

Thousands of domain names are registered every day. Almost every domain name starts off in the similar manner – they are all available for registration and expire at a point of time. For those who are interested in purchasing a domain name, you must understand a typical life-cycle of any Domain name. Since it is the most important thing on the internet, let’s understand what happens between the registration and deactivation of a domain name. Once you get a fair idea about the life-cycle of a domain name, you can possibly retain a domain name that is on the verge of deletion or may have accidentally expired. Available Domain Names In any domain name life-cycle, the first stage is its availability. Here, the domain name is available and not registered by any entity. Use a registrar to search for an available domain name and go [...]

24 08, 2016

Ac.In, Edu.In & Res.In Domain Registration Process

2016-08-24T16:45:31+00:00 August 24th, 2016|Announcements, Domains, Hosting, News, Shared Web Hosting, Web Hosting|0 Comments

ERNET is the exclusive & only registrar for the AC.IN, EDU.IN & RES.IN Domain names. Please visit the site http://www.registry.ernet.in and follow the registration procedures to register a domain name under AC.IN, EDU.IN & RES.IN. If You have any issue you can hire / contact our team for this service at free of cost*. The domain Name Registrations are offered as paid services by the Registrar. The Domain Name registration charges, procedures and other details can be obtained from the above mentioned web site. The domain names are also registered only for certain periods like one year, two years and so on. It has to be renewed after that period by making necessary payments to the Registrar. The payments related to Domain Name Registration/Renewal have to be made directly to the Registrar by the concerned user department. The domain Name Registration has to be done [...]

14 08, 2016

Two Factor Authentication is Now Available !

2016-08-14T11:26:09+00:00 August 14th, 2016|Announcements, Internet News, News, Technology|0 Comments

SparkHost Web Solution Ltd. launched it for there customers' accounts! Enabling 2 Factor Authentication ensures that your orders, products are protected with industry-standard security measures. Verification will be done through one time password (OTP) sent via SMS. Frequently Asked Questions How do I enable 2-Step Verification? How do I disable 2-Step Verification? Why Required 2-step verification? In today's world of increasing digital crime and internet fraud many people will be highly familiar with the importance of online security, logins, usernames and passwords but if you ask them the question "What is Two Factor Authentication?" the likelihood is they will not know what it is or how it works, even though they may use it every single day. With standard security procedures (especially online) only requiring a simple username and password it has become increasingly easy for criminals (either in organised gangs or working alone) to gain access [...]

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