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3 Ways To Monitor Your Web Server For Free

23rd October, 2013
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Turn A Raspberry Pi Into A Web Server With Google’s Coder

14th September, 2013
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Run A Local PHP Web Server on Mac OS X With Zend Server

14th August, 2013
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Find Out Where A Website’s Server Is Located With FlagFox and Flag for Chrome

13th July, 2013
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DNS Jumper – Hop From One DNS Service To Another, Quickly [Windows]

24th April, 2013
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Give Your Arduino Project Its Own Mini-Webserver, With An Ethernet Shield

7th April, 2013
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Affordable, Secure and Fast Web Hosting by SiteGround [Giveaway]

18th March, 2013
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Amahi On Ubuntu: Must-Have Extras For Your Linux Home Server

4th January, 2013
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How To Create A Home Server With Ubuntu, Amahi & Your Old Computer

13th December, 2012
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What Is a Web Server? [MakeUseOf Explains]

29th November, 2012
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How To Try Out WordPress, Joomla & More Quickly & For Free In a Virtual Machine With Bitnami

5th October, 2012
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How To Change Your DNS Servers & Improve Internet Security

13th August, 2012
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How To Connect To Your Terminal Server With Windows Mobile

3rd May, 2012
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How To Configure Your Own iPad FTP Server [Jailbreak]

15th April, 2012
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How To Create A Hidden Service Tor Site To Set Up An Anonymous Website Or Server

2nd April, 2012

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Children-computers

Turn A Raspberry Pi Into A Web Server With Google’s Coder

September 14, 2013

Google’s Creative Lab has turned out some software that helps turn a Raspberry Pi into a basic web server. The tiny web server can then be used for web based developmental projects.

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DNS Jumper – Hop From One DNS Service To Another, Quickly [Windows]

April 24, 2013

Switch from one DNS server to another quickly. DNS Jumper is a portable Windows app with a long list of built-in DNS services, and you can even add your own. Do so and you can jump from service to service in just a couple of clicks. By default you use the DNS offered by your ISP, but some people switch to a different server for speed or security reasons. Some DNS services even allow you to bypass region blocking.

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3 Ways To Monitor Your Web Server For Free

October 23, 2013

Monitoring your web server is critical for troubleshooting problems when they arise. There are a number of paid systems but these three free web monitoring tools do the job just as well.

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Find Out Where A Website’s Server Is Located With FlagFox and Flag for Chrome

July 13, 2013

Surprisingly, some of the best browser extensions are the most simplest. This is the case with FlagFox and Flag for Chrome. Both extensions display the national flag of a website’s server location in the URL bar of their respective browser. This little flag can serve some interesting purposes, for example it can let you know which country a server is located in or help you identify a phishing website. Extensions are a key part of the browser experience. Let’s see which camp scores more points in this comparison!

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