SSL is the brainchild of Netscape. It's a security protocol specifically
created to protect Web-based e-commerce transactions, and it has
been wildly successful. It sits between the application protocol
(usually HTTP) and TCP/IP, and secures applications including
mail, directory services, and even the most customized financial
What does SSL do for you? For starters, it thwarts sniffers intent
on intercepting your data by encrypting network sessions, hashing
them into secure unreadability. It provides public key encryption
to prevent an interloper from slipping into the session with a
fake ID; and it can, if you like, authenticate your clients.
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Many online merchants trust their vital ecommerce operations to
QwikHost.Why? Because we deliver integrated, customizable e-commerce
storefront systems for companies of all sizes. Or maybe it's because
QwikHost shopping carts are easy to learn and efficient to use,
and can be up and running in a matter of days.
QwikHost shopping cart software provides everything you need
to build, update and maintain an online store.
Our shopping cart is search engine friendly, easy to manage and
provides an enriched shopping experience for your customers.QwikHost
delivers more than just a powerful shopping cart solution. We
offer a complete online store builder with built-in shopping cart
that empowers any business to sell online.
Reseller and Dedicated hosting clients can receive Server Health
Monitoring. This monitoring tracks cpu, memory, disk space, backup
success, ports, processes and services for availablity. Clients
receive historical records of their servers' performance, and
can have alerts sent to their e-mail, cell phones or pagers. Alerts
are customizable so that they can be sent to the right people
at your organization, at approriate status thresholds.
In addition to our free Monitoring Services, which operates from
inside our network, our clients can add External Application Monitoring
to their suite of services. External Application Monitoring checks
your keyword page from three or more seperate points outside of
our network at intervals ranging from five to fifteen minutes.