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Release price: R1500 incl. Normal price R2500 Request more info
What you get:
- Your own co.za domain. FREE
- Unlimited email addresses
- SSL on your website
- 500mb disk space
- Unlimited bandwidth
- 1 FTP account
- 2 mysql databases
- PHP maillist (maillist and email subscriptions) installed
- Weekly backups
- Maintain your own website or we can (monthly service fee R250)
- Google Analytics, set up for your website
- “Tawk” – online chat with potential customers
- Your own blog
- Social media integrated (even Whatsapp)
- Responsive design – adapts automatically for mobile devices
- SEO optimized
- Intergrated with maillist
- Google maps, if you require
- Contact form
No Contracts – month to month.
Payment - via Payfast.co.za only. A payment request will be issued to your current email address on receipt of your application. Work commences on receipt of your payment. If you opt for the maintenance option, you will also receive your payment request via Payfast.
**** Customer must supply all the artwork
** Offer ends 31 August 2017
Click here to apply!to apply! - you could get your hosting and website for R250 only!
- Offer ends 31 August 2017 at 17h00
- The packaged fee is valid for 1 year from website going live
- Payment needs to clear in the bank before any work on the website will commence
- NO political, porn, illegal trading sites or anything contravening the laws of the country, will be allowed. And if I don't feel comfortable with your proposed site, it will not happen.
- Should you opt for a monthly service fee to maintain the site, maintenance stops the moment your payment is late.
- Payment - payment requests/invoices will be issued via Payfast.co.za only.
- Payments are due on delivery of the payment request.
- Applying for hosting implies your read, understood and agreed to the terms and conditions
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Protect yourself against Ransomware
Following the weekend’s ransomware outbreak that made headlines all over the world, I want to provide a few basic guidelines to keeping yourself safe.
- Ensure you have a backup of your data. File history (previous versions) on your pc will not be available once you get hit (may it not happen to you!). You need a backup on an external source.
- Make sure you use a reliable anti-virus program (Avira, Kaspersky, Bitdefender). I prefer Avira and as additional security, Malwarebytes. *** Remember the free version of malwarebytes does NOT offer realtime protection!
- Go to https://www.cybereason.com/ and install “Ransomfree”, which is a free program. PCWorld has a nice article about Ransomfree: http://www.pcworld.com/article/3150748/security/this-free-software-protects-your-pc-against-ransomware.html
- Make sure Microsoft Word is set to block Macro’s – that’s the portal that is used to infect your pc. If you open a document and see gibberish with a request to turn on Macros – delete the document, update your virus scanner, scan your pc.
- Do not just open an email because it is in your mailbox. If you have the slightest doubts, delete the email. Your data is worth much more. I realise it is often difficult to distinguish between legitimate and dangerous emails but if in doubt, delete!
- If you are a small business or home business managing you own server, I can give you a long list of known unsafe extensions that should be blocked. Contact me. And my rates will make you smile.
Bottom line is “better safe than sorry”