Published on: January 7, 2014 by Marcus

Incloudibly have started to accept Nextcoin (#NXT), which is an decentralized electronic currency similar to Bitcoin, as a payment method now. Please feel free to place orders and pay for Dedicated Servers, Cloud Virtual Private Servers, Content Delivery Network (CDN), Control Panel licenses, Colocation Hosting, BitTorrent Sync storage and DDoS Protection with Nextcoin - the second-generation cryptocurrency. All payments are processed instantly & automatically. We calculate prices in NXT based on its current market value that can be found on

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Published on: December 30, 2013 by Marcus

DDOS attacks and the increase in frequency

If you are wondering what does DDOS stand for it is - Distribution Denial of Service. It is a technical term used to describe an unprecedented attack on a software, service or application over the internet. In computing terms, this attack happens when traffic is sent from a host computer to another network resource with the sole aim of blocking their services, so that it becomes occupied and cannot be accessed by genuine users. In layman terms, it’s basically a program that attacks another person’s website or application to incapacitate it from being used by its regular users. This is what makes the website or application inaccessible. These types of attack are very common with servers of banks, payment gateways and more. Over the last few years there has been a surge in these kind of attacks though initially there were a few isolated incidents reported. With the increase in the eCommerce industry and people using the internet for more and more purposes these attacks have become quiet bothersome.

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Published on: December 24, 2013 by Marcus

Understanding ddos and protecting one’s system from it

What is ddos? A denial-of-service attack is n attempt by outside users to make the system unavailable to its attached users. It disconnects the services of the host to the internet. The Ddos or Distributed denial of service attack occurs when one or more web servers are under this attack. Ddos are more harmful as it becomes difficult to track it down through multiple machines. Since there are multiple machines attached tracking to which is the original computer causing the attack might be very difficult.

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