Autoinstaler does not work properly or is extremly slow, cause i could not create a wordpress instalation.
If i want to delete my account, i need to wait 60 days to do so cause you put the limit i must not have an active web hosting account, don’t think this follows with GDPR, since i want to cancel my personal data and email now, and is absurd to wait up to 60 days…
Please let honest companies do the work or find out a way not to do funny bussines with ppl websites.
It seems something related to ADS and content of your site, not host.
It’s because of legal reasons, hackers and trolls remove their accounts quickly because of the content they host in, So it won’t remove quickly.
While we would prefer you didn’t block our ads, we’re not actively blocking ad blockers. Most ad blockers should not break our website. However, ad blockers do interfere with scripts on the pages you visit, so some ad blockers may cause unexpected side effects.
We’ve had problems before with Avast blocking some of our content because of an error on their part. I wouldn’t be surprised if that happened again.
That said, would you mind sharing which “suspicious file” they actually blocked?
That’s not intentional. Would you mind sharing in what way it’s not working properly? What do you see exactly?
The GDPR “right to be forgotten” has quite a long list of exceptions. We are required by law enforcement to keep records for a while, which is one of those exceptions.
It would be more absurd if someone used our hosting to do bad stuff and we would just let the fraudster remove all evidence whenever they want. And that we would later have to refuse a warrant from police because we deleted all evidence per the fraudster’s request.
Especially when paid hosting companies have to keep financial records for many, many years because, again, it’s required by law.
Data retention required by law always takes precedence over GDPR.
Like almost all security systems, it won’t stop a dedicated hacker who knows the system and who is actively trying to work around the challenge. But the vastly overwhelming majority of hackers use simple HTTP calls in a programming language of their choice instead of firing up full browser instances. Our system works quite well to deter these kinds of low effort attacks.
Security systems don’t need to be perfect to be effective.
The aes.js is quite nice in that regard in that it’s not verify noticeable to visitors. They just click a link to your site or type in the address and they will see your page. No interstitial challenge pages, no captchas. Not sure why you’re bringing ReCAPTCHA into the discussion, because we don’t use that on customer sites.