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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2002

    Thumbs up FULL SERVER MANAGEMENT - Only $35/month Excellent Service + Guaranteed Reliability!

    AcuNett has been managing servers for over 3 years now. We manage servers from Rackshack(EV1), Burst/Nocster, Server Matrix, FDC, GNAX and many more.

    We manage servers with Linux or FreeBSD. We also manage Gameservers as well as Plesk and cPanel servers. The services we include are:

    Initial One-Time Service - $75 one-time

    - SIM (System Integrity Monitor) - It reboots services that have failed within 5 minutes
    - SPRI – (System Priority) - Sets priority to current processes being run on your server, decreasing load 10-25%
    - PMON - (Port Monitor) – Monitors network connections and sends emails when new ports have been opened.
    - PRM - (Process Resource Monitor) – Monitors all resources used by all processes and if a process is being flooded or causing high load on the server, it is killed.
    - BFD - (Brute Force Detection) – Detects brute force connections and automatically enters the offending Ips into the firewall to be blocked.
    - MailScanner and Clam-Antivirus – Detect emails containing viruses or spam and discard them so your server is not the origin of the spread of today’s common viruses or spam emails.
    - /tmp hardening – We harden /tmp so no malicious scripts can be executed from the commonly used directory.
    - Optimize FTP Server for faster connections.
    - Optimize MySQL to reduce load and speed up MySQL connections.
    - Optimize Apache to significantly reduce load and page loading times.
    - Secure Apache which reduces the amount of information visable about a server's software making it less vulnerable.
    - IDS (Intrusion Detection System) – Detects attempts to connect to the server and blocks the offending IP addresses.
    - Host.conf Hardening – Prevents IP spoofing and prevents DNS poisoning.
    - CHKRootKIt – Simple script that detects software used by hackers. It scans once a day and emails the client if any suspicious scripts are found.
    - Disabling Unused Services – We disable unused services to prevent them from being exploited.
    - Firewall Installation - (APF, Kiss, Bastille)
    - TCP/IP Hardening – Prevents DDOS and SYN-Flood attacks.
    - Logwatch – Sends a daily report to the client with all activity that has taken place on the server for that day.
    - Operating System Optimization – Optimize the OS for faster operation and load reduction.
    - Remove unused software – We remove unneeded software to prevent this software from being exploited.
    - Libsafe - Libsafe prevents software overflows and scans for expliotable software and notifys the client daily if any is found.
    - Turuk mmcache and Zend Optimizer Installation - which increases page loading times by optimizing php code.
    - SSH Securing - which locks down the service.

    Monthly Service - $35 setup and $35/month

    - Everything included in initial setup above
    - Monthly Checkup on Server
    - Monthly Tweaking to Optimize and Secure Server
    - Install any 3rd Party Software Upon Request
    - Troubleshoot any problems that occur
    - Constant Security Updates and Patches
    - Kernel Upgrades (extra fee)
    - External Monitoring (extra fee)

    $35 setup and $35/month for cPanel
    $35 setup and $35/month for Plesk
    $35 setup and $25/month for Gameservers
    $35 setup and $45/month for FreeBSD Servers
    $35 setup and $45/month for FreeBSD w/ cPanel Servers

    To order, please view or for more details about our management services.

    Need references? Just ask!

    I am also available for chat on AIM (Rob AcuNett) or MSN ([email protected]) to answer any questions you may have.

    Have a nice day!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    Why is it more expensive for FreeBSD?

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    FreeBSD is a more complicated operating system and we have less techs that are skilled with FreeBSD than we do Linux. May I answer any other questions for you?

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    What's an average price for a kernel upgrade? (I noticed it's a billable extra, but I was just wondering how much?)


  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    It is $25 extra for a kernel upgrade. Let me know if you have any other questions.

  6. #6
    I really don't like hearing "FreeBSD is more complicated", simply isn't true.

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Dec 2001
    Franklin, TN, USA
    That's true, although its more complicated for us, as we're not as experienced with it as Linux.
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