Frequently Asked Questions

What does offshore mean ?

Offshore Jurisdiction: Benefit from hosting your website in offshore locations, where privacy laws are robust and data protection is paramount. Keep your online activities confidential and shielded from prying eyes.

What does bulletproof mean ?

Means your website will stay online no metter what. Our bulletproof hosting ensures unparalleled resilience against cyber threats, DDoS attacks, and legal takedowns. Rest easy knowing that your website remains online and accessible, no matter the circumstances.

What is a Virtual Private Server (VPS)?

A VPS, or Virtual Private Server, is a virtualized server environment created within a physical server using virtualization technology. It operates as an independent server with its own dedicated resources, including CPU, RAM, storage, and operating system. VPS hosting offers more control, flexibility, and scalability compared to shared hosting, making it ideal for websites and applications that require higher performance and customization options.

What is a RDP ?

RDP stands for Remote Desktop Protocol. It is a proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft that allows users to remotely connect to and control a Windows-based computer or server over a network connection. With RDP, users can access the graphical desktop interface of a remote Windows system, interact with applications, transfer files, and perform administrative tasks as if they were physically present at the remote computer. RDP is commonly used for remote administration, remote technical support, and remote access to work or personal computers.

What virtualization do we use?

KVM, or Kernel-based Virtual Machine, stands out as the premier choice for virtualization due to its robust performance, security, and scalability. With KVM, each virtual machine operates as an independent entity, ensuring optimal resource allocation and isolation. This results in enhanced stability and efficiency, making KVM the preferred virtualization solution for Linux VPS hosting.