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Are you a .PRO yet?

Choosing a great domain name for your business or personal website is critical for success in the cyber world. Typical criteria that people use are memorability, word length, multi-lingual acceptance & the domain extensions such as COM, NET etc. Talking about Domain Name extensions, they can be broadly classified into Generic domain extensions such as […]

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Important SSL & Digital Certificate Changes

We took you through what a Digital Certificate means and how SSL works in our last post. Many of you might have noticed the recent changes SSL and Digital Certificates have undergone. And for those who haven’t, fret not; read on to know what those BIG changes are! Over the past month, there’s a pretty […]

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.ORG 2.0

A couple of months ago, Host Byte was presented with a challenging and interesting opportunity to increase awareness and change the perception of the .ORG domain extension in India. .ORG has always been known as a TLD that represents trust, reliability and transparency and we’re sure that the first thing that comes to your mind […]

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What does ICANN’s New gTLD program mean?

Over the past weeks, the internet has been abuzz with news about ICANN introducing new gTLDs. Wondering who is ICANN and what a gTLD is? Our blog post today will tell you the meaning and relevance of having new gTLDs. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a nonprofit private organization which was conceptualized to oversee […]

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WordPress 3.0.5 Released

Hey guys! There is an update for all the WordPress bloggers.WordPress has just been updated. The latest version is WordPress 3.0.5. The highlight of this new version is that it is extremely strong from a security point of view. This security update is required if you have any untrusted user accounts in your WordPress blog. It also […]

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