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  • @'Georgekl':

    I know this post is kinda old now, but Im curious if your massage sessions have continued to get better? Any updates for us?

    Not sure what to make of this post…



  • I know this post is kinda old now, but Im curious if your massage sessions have continued to get better? Any updates for us?



  • it could be so easy… whenever i got questions like that i send people here:

    https://www.orangewebsite.com/offshore-hosting.php#

    anonymous, easy to setup wordpress in 5 minutes, they dont care for anyone that complains about whatever, answers AND useful help on your tickets in 10-20 minutes. that provider is really gold :)



  • it could be so easy… whenever i got questions like that i send people here:

    https://www.orangewebsite.com/offshore-hosting.php#

    anonymous, easy to setup wordpress in 5 minutes, they dont care for anyone that complains about whatever, answers AND useful help on your tickets in 10-20 minutes. that provider is really gold :)



  • @'thehawkman':

    @'~ArgonCyanide777':

    Yeah, this is what I'm afraid of. That's pretty rough.

    Speaking as a guy who overthinks everything, you are afraid of far too many things. There is no web app that is 100% safe. That's what backups and learning is for. I still hope someone knows the answer to my question though

    ???

    The risk of getting hacked is there even on your own server. Perhaps even more so. I There is stuff you can't anticipate.

    No, but the ability to do damage control is at least quicker if not better.

    I've tried Tumblr. It's cluttered and distracting and it resizes your images, Hence one of the reasons why I have neglected my page. That and I hate getting exposed to retard SJWs. They poison your mind as much as you try to tune them out.

    That's why I suggested Pixiv–that's one of the few places that tells SJWs to go fuck themselves when they complain.



  • @'~ArgonCyanide777':

    Yeah, this is what I'm afraid of. That's pretty rough.

    Speaking as a guy who overthinks everything, you are afraid of far too many things. There is no web app that is 100% safe. That's what backups and learning is for. I still hope someone knows the answer to my question though

    Pixiv as an image host site is really good. I would even say in some ways it outshines its rivals like tumblr and photobucket. Porn friendly–but also a lot of shit you are going to see that you don't want to. I hear it can host blogs. The thing is it isn't freely accessible to the outside and you have to sign in and all that. If that isn't a worry, then you have everyone on that network potentially available to you.

    Unless you have a server of your own, you take chances.

    . The risk of getting hacked is there even on your own server. Perhaps even more so. I There is stuff you can't anticipate.
    I've tried Tumblr. It's cluttered and distracting and it resizes your images, Hence one of the reasons why I have neglected my page. That and I hate getting exposed to retard SJWs. They poison your mind as much as you try to tune them out.



  • Pixiv as an image host site is really good. I would even say in some ways it outshines its rivals like tumblr and photobucket. Porn friendly–but also a lot of shit you are going to see that you don't want to. I hear it can host blogs. The thing is it isn't freely accessible to the outside and you have to sign in and all that. If that isn't a worry, then you have everyone on that network potentially available to you.

    Unless you have a server of your own, you take chances.

    I loathe google, but at the same time, blogspot seems to have worked out well and purge-mageddon ended up about-facing and sparing pr0n material afterall. Gotta fight for it.
    The bad: in addition to taking chances, you're contributing the the globalist gangbang and you're seen as semi-vermin like Daz forums.
    The good: They also recognize you have value and don't really wanna fuck with that. It's free and openly accessible with the caveat of an age warning.

    @'LoChrome':

    The hack on my Wordpress install didn't involve a login. My passwords a pretty much unhackable (too long for a monte carlo attack, randomized against a dictionary attack), but it still happened. I believe the vulnerability is that WP exposes a lot of non-secured files to the end-user, and those can be manipulated.

    That said, I wasn't self-hosting, so it's possible they found a back-door via my host, nor am I that fluent in security protocols.

    Yeah, this is what I'm afraid of. That's pretty rough.



  • mh well, didnt have any problems during the last 2,5 years since i started my website :) maybe bad luck, maybe its the fault of your provider, who knows…

    i use auto backups 1x per week, so even IF something should happen... who cares then :)



  • The hack on my Wordpress install didn't involve a login. My passwords a pretty much unhackable (too long for a monte carlo attack, randomized against a dictionary attack), but it still happened. I believe the vulnerability is that WP exposes a lot of non-secured files to the end-user, and those can be manipulated.

    That said, I wasn't self-hosting, so it's possible they found a back-door via my host, nor am I that fluent in security protocols.



  • @'LoChrome':

    Avoid Wordpress—the basic security sucks. I use very long, unique passwords for anything important, and I still got hacked with my site spreading malware until I shut it down. My hosting company said that its common for Wordpress installs because it's so broadly used, hackers have gone to town on it (kind of like Windows XP).

    I had a conversation about it at lunch, and the people I know switched to Weebly and are happy. I haven't decided where I'll go, but until I feel I can trust not to get malware hacked again, I won't go back to Wordpress. Malware sucks.

    I'll be fine. I know a little about security besides I keep updated and I keep backups. I want to run my own website in fact I already am. You should see the number of failed logins I get on my wordpress installation.



  • Avoid Wordpress—the basic security sucks. I use very long, unique passwords for anything important, and I still got hacked with my site spreading malware until I shut it down. My hosting company said that its common for Wordpress installs because it's so broadly used, hackers have gone to town on it (kind of like Windows XP).

    I had a conversation about it at lunch, and the people I know switched to Weebly and are happy. I haven't decided where I'll go, but until I feel I can trust not to get malware hacked again, I won't go back to Wordpress. Malware sucks.


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