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I'm sorry if this isn't in the right place.

The webhost I have has been hacked several times. Today it was hacked twice, and it's causing some big traffic loss for me.

Should I stick with this host, or do they realy have issues with being hacked?

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I want to switch but it would be hard to beat this package I have. It's $2 a month and comes with all kinds of software packages.

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Well switching to a new host can be transparent if you know what you are doing.

What packages do they offer that keeps you ther that you couldn't run on your own?

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Actually I'm not using any of their software packages anymore. The biggest thing is price. I cannot afford much and don't need much right now.

They offer me this:

100mb of storage space
4 gig of data transfer
2 mysql databases

it costs $2 a month

I don't haven't found someone yet that charges like that. I don't need some huge $20 package right now. I only want something small to begin with.

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One thing you could do is use a separate DNS manager to host the DOMINS only


then you can easily change the A or CNAME to any backup (including FREE hosts) when you need one in an emergency

Also some hack-scipts are design to ruin Index.html pages - keep an isolated backup of the index.html page in another directory

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