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Dec 3, 2009

Hello, fellow Singlehop clients and bloggers!  It is Migzzy V, coming out to give you the skinny on some of our firewall features that have rolled out at the hop.  After a long October of festivities, awesome final third-quarter closing, and company-wide sky diving, Singlehop has rolled out our new SnapShield firewall feature. The SnapShield […]

Jun 11, 2013
Chase Ewing

In my previous article, I outlined what to do in case you have an abuse complaint lodged against you. A major issue in dealing with complaints is actually locating the source of the abusive activity on your server. If you have subscribed to our Managed General Services package for your server or device, you are […]

Apr 16, 2013
Andrew Brooks

In 2011, I was fortunate enough to attend OWASP’s AppSec USA conference in the wonderful city if Minneapolis, MN.  While both the training and talks I attended were very good, one talk in particular stood out and that was  “Hacking .NET (C#) Applications: The Black Arts” given by a very bright individual named Jon McCoy.  […]

Stack Trace
Jun 14, 2013
Dan Ushman

I’m sitting here writing this post while reflecting over the last few years. “Wow,” I think, “there has been a tremendous amount of hype about ‘the cloud.’” And there has been, be it how it saves money, speeds up prototyping, reduces time to market and increases efficiency on a number of levels. Honestly, unlike most […]

Jun 18, 2013
Will Newby

What? The way you would treat your dog is very different from how a farmer would treat his cattle. You give your dog a sentimental name, play with him often, and when he gets sick you take him to the vet and spend lots of time and money making him better. On the other hand, […]

Drive That Cattle
Dec 22, 2009

We’ve had a great year at SingleHop, and all of us have been incredibly fortunate to experience immense growth and success in numerous ways. At the same time, we are very well aware that many in our communities have faced hardship during 2009, and so my fellow SingleHoppers and I decided to give back in […]

Jun 7, 2013
Matt Kuikman

This is the part where the training wheels come off and I impart a little bit of higher level paid search strategy that you can try to use on your own campaigns. If you’re not quite here, then perhaps go back and check out my previous two blog posts in this series. However, moving forward, […]

Markers on Mirrors Smart
Nov 28, 2011
Kyle Kinder

As part of our recent public cloud launch, everyone in the company, and in particular the sales department, has been focused on expanding our knowledge.  This includes breaking down the products that already exist in the market and comparing them to what SingleHop has to offer.  Everyone on the team set out to compare our […]

Jun 23, 2013
Andrew Brooks

I’d like to preface this by saying this post is a mile wide and an inch deep when it comes to reverse engineering on the Android platform.  However, for those who are new to mobile and looking to get a quick test environment set up, this post is for you.  We’ll assume you have a […]

Stack Trace
Nov 22, 2010

Lets talk Load Balancing. No, not the food kind where you struggle to get turkey, gravy, biscuits and everything else on your plate. Lets talk high traffic internet bandwidth.  So, your business is growing, your web site is getting more and more popular, and the single server you’re currently running is starting to get overworked. What […]