Do you use WAF (Web Application Firewalls) to protect your sites? Our guest blogger, Lucas Rolff of Hosting4Real shares his experiences using Apache vs. LiteSpeed WAF.
November 14th, 2022
About the three web server vulnerabilities CVE-2022-0072 CVE-2022-0073 and CVE-2022-0074, who is impacted, and what you should doRead More
We teamed-up with Svend Gundestrup to generate a series of new scientifically-proven benchmarks using one of his Joomla sites in Denmark.
Learn which query strings you can ignore, and how to configure LSCache to drop them.
Beginning in July 2018, any sites still using HTTP will be marked as “not secure” in Chrome. LiteSpeed Web Server supports HTTP/2 and QUIC, so you’re covered.
LiteSpeed Web Server is event-driven and Apache is process-based. A coffee shop analogy explains what that means and why you would prefer one over the other.
In just five months since introducing QUIC support, LiteSpeed is powering more than 97% of QUIC sites worldwide!
This week we are going to talk about brute force login attacks, and how LiteSpeed Web Server now protects your WordPress site(s) from such aggression.
See how we are leaving our competition in the dust, when it comes to cutting-edge technologies like HTTP/2 and QUIC!
LiteSpeed is glad to announce support for QUIC v39. This is the QUIC version used in Chrome 62, currently available in the Chrome Dev Release Channel.