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Encrypting the connections to your website will help you keep your customer’s data safe and secure. Without encryption, a malicious actor could sniff the connection of your users and intercept the packets in transit.

The Secured Socket Layer (SSL) prevents data from being intercepted between the client and the server. Here are some of the most common reasons why a server should always deliver content using secured pages:

Protect user identities and passwords

Protect credit card transactions and other sensitive information during online purchases

Allow users to safely view personal and business financial information

Prevents a connection from being sniffed by a “Man in the Middle.”


Mahmoud from LetBox sent us some interesting offers recently. LetBox has been featured several times in the past and their last appearance was in October of 2015. We have had a good response to the offers provided by LetBox before and we hope to see the same here. They feature 20Gbps of DDoS protection with every plan as they utilize Psychz s in house protection which is a nice touch at this price point. They have an easy to read Terms of Service that we encourage you to read prior to sign up.

Over at our sister site, LowEndTalk, we frequently see users asking for storage servers so I m very happy to see another provider offering this and I must also admit I am pleased to see them being KVM servers as well!

Storage KVM

This week s interview is a little different. Amitz is one of the newer moderators over here in the LE* community, although has taken a firm but fair line to his moderatorship. I decided to put a few questions to him, to find out a bit more about him. So, without any further ado, lets get under way!

Automatically backing up files from a VPS to your DropBox account is simpler than you might think.

When you configure your VPS to automatically send backups to your DropBox storage account, you can be assured that critical files on your VPS are backed up in a cloud data center that features multiple levels of redundancy.

This type of backup scheme could be necessary for critical apps running on a VPS. If you found yourself in a disaster recovery scenario, it would be much easier to restore your files from a cloud backup than to wait on your data center to find the files on a tape backup.

In this article, we will assume you are using the last version of Ubuntu 16.04. So let s get started! We will also assume that you already have a DropBox account. If you do not, go ahead and register for a free account now by visiting:

Once you are logged in, copy and paste the following address into your browser:

Click the Create App button and then select the following from the first question:

Adam from QuadraNet sent in an offer for their Intel Xeon X3220 Dedicated Server located in Los Angeles. The offer includes 3Gbps of QuadraNet VEST DDoS Mitigation. You can also upgrade to their Asia-optimized network for an additional $5/month.

QuadraNet is a datacenter which has been operating since 2001. QuadraNet operates its own datacenter facilities with its own network infrastructure (AS8100), equipment and IP space. They started under the brand OC3 Networks, OC3 Networks acquired MultiPoint and then a subsidary brand to focus on dedicated servers was started under a brand named PacificRack. All these brands eventually came together merged into one, QuadraNet. They are well-known and popular in LowEndBox/LowEndTalk community as they are used by many VPS hosting providers.

Xeon Dedicated Server Limited Time Offer

  • Intel Xeon X3220 Quad Core 2.4Ghz, 8M Cache, 1066FSB
  • 8GB RAM
  • 500GB SATA 7.2k RPM HDD
  • 10TB Traffic
  • 100Mbps Uplink
  • /29 IPv4
  • /64 IPv6
  • KVM over IP, Remote Power Control
  • $39/month
  • INCLUDES. Noction Intelligent Routing Platform Enabled Network
  • INCLUDES. 3Gbps Detect Mitigate QuadraNet VEST DDoS Protection
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Converting your virtual private server into a fully functional virtual workspace can be achieved under the right circumstances. The general idea behind converting Linux into a virtual workspace is to perform the following two steps:

  1. Install and Configure the GUI
  2. Install and Connect to your VPS with VNC


Maximillian from HostSlick sent in an offer recently. They are a very new host on the scene but seem to understand why people would have reservations on purchasing services from a newer established host. To combat this they ve made it so that you can try before you buy. If you sign up for their offer then you have 12 hours to pay the invoice and can trial the services during this. If you like the services provided then simply renew the invoice, if not, leave it unpaid and it will be cancelled by staff. This is no longer possible and they require your invoice to be paid prior to service setup. If anybody has used them please leave your experiences in the comments.

They have explicitly stated that they do not support any form of illegal activity and if you are confused or unsure if your usage will violate this then they have said to contact them but we encourage users to read their Terms of Service prior to contacting them.

They accept the following payment methods: PayPal/Credit Card via 2Checkout but Bitcoin and Litecoin payment methods are also supported.

Node Specs
Intel Xeon E3-1230 CPU
32GB DDR3 RAM
4x 2TB HDDs in RAID10 (Hardware RAID)
1Gbps uplink

You may remember the old Community Roundups, which were a kind of weekly newsletter for LowEndBox. I have decided to try and reboot that, however this time incorporating a mixture of LEB and LET.

If you have anything interesting that you would like to share on this Community Roundup (which will be appearing every Sunday evening), then just leave a comment on this post and I will look through them all next week and pick out a few of the best items for the next edition. Also, I will be scouring LEB and LET for interesting news and stories.

This week, we interview Ishaq from BudgetNode. They are a VPS provider offering services out of LA and Ashburn, however they are based in the UK and offer UK support and have been featured on LEB and LET quite a few times. BudgetNode is run by Ishaq, and his business partner Jordan. Ishaq and Jordan are based in the UK, working different shifts, enabling them to offer round the clock support. BudgetNode started out in June 2016, out of Ashburn, Virginia. Last month, they expanded to Los Angeles, and have even greater plans to conquer other continents. So far, they only have OpenVZ, but more is planned.

Every week, we will be interviewing a different provider to find out a little more about them, and the business that they run.

We ve made some changes to the offers which are available to be posted here at LowEndBox. They are detailed below:

For Unmanaged VPS (OpenVZ, KVM, other) Services:

$10.00 per month and under.

For Shared Hosting Services:

$2.50 per month and under.

For Reseller Hosting Services:

$5.00 per month and under.


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