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Aseo Hosting - Any Users on BHW?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Micallef, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    Aseo hosting offer dedicated c-class IPs and diverse nameserver, and I want to use them for my blog networks.

    However, I can't find a review anywhere.

    Anybody here on BHW use their service?

    If so, please let me know if they are a reputable company.


    Thankyou.

    Micallef
     
  2. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    Alternatively, does anybody use seowebhosting.net ?

    Choosing these companies is just like playing the lottery unless you have some guidance you can trust..
     
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    i dont know seowebhosting.net but....

    i am customer of seo.host.com and i can tell you: THEY ARE THE MOST FUCKED UP HOSTING I EVER HAD. I have to check every day which site is down (their is always at least 1 down) and then write them to get it back up running.

    If you find a decent seo host please pm me. Problem is most of them dont have different nameservers for every IP or other footprints.

    I recently began to just register cheap webhosting accounts all over the world. Its a bitch to administrate everything but i have a local wordpress install where i have a page for every hoster also showing the websites hosted there with all info and links to panel and such. Also i use kaspersky password manager to remember all passwords. Not the best solution but works for me.
     
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  4. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    From the sound of things, getting multiple hosts around the world seems to be the best idea.

    Could anybody list some reliable, cheap, one-off hosts they use?

    It's hard to find these hosting plans - usually, the packages are too large and expensive for this.

    Any thoughts?
     
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    Seohosting offer multiple c class ips(they are related to Hostgator). Haven't tried them myself as a bit too expensive right now for me, but I think a few of the bigger IM guys use them (or at least 'claim' to).

    Godaddy allow multiple sites and are fairly cheap, I struggled getting wp blogs to work with them though.
     
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    I am a user of ASEO, they are good. But if you like to use the diverse nameserver feature, you better know that if doesn't come at default, you have to contact them to set up the feature after registration.


     
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    Thanks for the tips - especially the name servers idea. :)
     
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    Stay away from seo-host.com - server loads of 20-40 are common (8 cores). That is 250-400% overload on the servers. They are down often, unresponsive, backup partitions full so you can't do backups easily from CPanel, frequent DB corruptions and full DB disappearance.

    I will try somebody else now and post here if I like it. Everybody keep the thread updated please.
     
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    Why don't you create accounts on lots of other providers? I can guarantee that you will pay much less and you will have much more different IPs than you can dream.
     
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    Pay much less? I found at least 2 SEO hosts at 1$/IP. Found no regular shared hosts at 1$ or even 2$/account. Dedicated server with 200 IPs at $800. If you know some very cheap shared hosts at 1-2$ please let me know.
     
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    yeah stay far away from seo-host.com i feel like a retard for staying with them for 6+ months. constant downtime on various sites. customer service is prompt and courteous but who the fuck cares when its prompt/courteous incompetence? always the same lines/excuses. why should we have to watch all our sites 24/7 just to alert them to manually get them back up. and im talking major frequent widespread downtime.

    stupid reason i 'toughed it out' was im still ranking decently and didnt want a host change to scew that up...compared to constant downtime that was a stupid reason to stay. registras sure, but not hosting changes. im in process of migrating now to aseohosting and/or indianets as i have multiple good reviews on both and suit my needs

    good tip on the nameservers..is that for implementing the multiple c class or something b eyond that for a deeper/fuller level of security?

    that would explain it i suppose...overselling of the space eh? how can u tell what their server loads are though? they were claiming too many ppl running too many be,bie, and other very frequent 'resource intensive' cron based scripts were causing it...which might be somewhat understandable but still....

    rant over! :D
     
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    In CPanel on left sidebar you have a link 'server load' or 'server status' or something like that and on that page it shows services, partitions and load. 100% load equals number of cores. So if a server has 8 cores and a load of 4, that is 50% load. This is a simplified explanation as load can be generated by disk I/O operations or other bottlenecks.

    Regardless of why the load is high, it is simply unacceptable.