ESET recently has been marking a few websites as malicious and I'm not sure if it's linked to the usage of Cloudflare. One of my domains were listed as malicious quite a while ago but it later disappeared after I contacted them through their samples e-mail. It's really annoying when these AV companies report false positives as it could have a negative impact on SEO on certain search engines. Are you still using Cloudflare's DNS services or have you moved to another provider for that?
Our tech admin doesn't think much of Sucuri.net. He seems to think that Sucuri scans shadows that don't exist with the purpose of promoting Sucuri's service. He thinks Eset had it completely wrong and Google got it wrong too. It should be sorted out soon.
It doesn't happen often, but I differ with the Admin on Sucuri point of view.. Sucuri is particularly good with scanning Wordpress malicious code. That malicious code has become so damn sophisticated. It is sometimes difficult to see the wood from the trees. Obviously Sucuri cannot be 100% perfect, as there will always be another definition they need to add as hackers are introducing more code. But I'd think they've been around long enough to be taken seriously enough to check out the clues they provide.
Hmmm.. i think that gigarank have good vps, only low HDD
woow ! I thought they were low spec ones . was not expecting such a strong support from you deanhills. May be I will test them and compare now that I have time to be back again !!
Many thanks to Freevps, Chris (cw1998), The Guy( ID 4810), ZXPlay and the staff for my vps.
Another P2H provider...
Nice to see some competiton going around,
The VPS here at freeVPS.us are way superior though.
75GB monthly transfer is too low, you can do some basic tasks with that bandwidth.