Ultimate Offshore Web Hosting Secure Reliable DMCA-Proof
Release Date: 30 May 2024 | Updated Date: 31 May 2024

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WebCare360 Premier Offshore Web Hosting

WebCare360 offers unparalleled offshore web hosting services, standing out from typical providers with a steadfast commitment to data privacy, content freedom, and speech flexibility.

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Top-Tier Offshore Hosting Locations

Our servers are strategically located in regions with lenient data regulations, ensuring robust protection for your online presence.

A unique feature of WebCare360 is our DMCA Flexibility, which means while we comply with the DMCA takedown process applicable in the US, we rigorously review and often dismiss illegitimate DMCA complaints.

DMCA IGNORE Shared Hosting

Our anonymous offshore shared hosting servers are designed with enterprise-grade hardware, delivering high-quality, reliable, and stable hosting solutions.

WebCare360 provides three distinct offshore web hosting packages tailored to meet both low-end and high-end needs.

DMCA Flex Web Hosting

In a shared hosting setup, each website enjoys its unique Internet domain from a single offshore server, ideal for blogs and personal websites.

Offshore shared hosting is the most cost-effective and prevalent DMCA-lenient hosting option, allowing multiple users to leverage shared server resources to establish and maintain their online presence.

Each user is allocated specific resources from a shared server, ensuring efficient and economical web hosting.

What is Offshore Web Hosting?

Offshore Shared hosting is a hosting service where multiple websites are hosted on the same server, sharing its resources such as storage, RAM and CPU. 🤝 It’s a cost-effective way for small businesses to get their website online.

Where are your Offshore Web Hosting servers are located?

Our Offshore Shared Hosting servers are located in Ukraine, Bulgaria and The Netherlands, where DMCA is not relevant.

However, local laws and copyright complaints are effective. All complaints and reports are reviewed, and we aim to resolve any issues with the customer’s best interest in mind before contacting them to resolve the problem.

What is the difference between Shared Hosting and VPS Servers?

Shared hosting is a web hosting service where multiple websites are hosted on a single physical server. It is the most cost-effective option and is suitable for small businesses and individuals. 💰

VPS servers, on the other hand, are virtual private servers that provide more control and flexibility than shared hosting. They are more expensive than shared hosting but offer more resources and better performance. 🔋

How much traffic my Offshore Hosting Package can handle?

It really depends on your web hosting platform, but a shared hosting environment can manage approximately 10 to 20 thousand visitors to your site each day.

But traffic volume isn’t your crucial problem; your most frequently encounter issue could be the CloudLinux limits, i.e; CPU, RAM, EP or I/O limitations, and your site may have to consistently upgrade if your website tends to get above a particular limit.

Is it possible to get Dedicated IPv4 for my shared hosting account?

Yes, it is possible to get a dedicated IPv4 address for your shared hosting account. However, this is only available as an add-on service with n additional monthly cost.

Do you offer SSH access with DMCA Lanient Hosting account?

Unfortunately, it is not possible to offer SSH access with a shared hosting account due to security reasons 🙁. If you need root access to your hosting service, then you might consider to upgrade to Offshore VPS Servers or Dedicated Server Hosting.

How you protect my website from other abusive users on the Shared Server?

Our shared hosting servers are powered by CloudLinux which provides a robust hosting environment, with a set of resource limits for each website (LVE) to protect against bad scripts, abusers and other negative consequences.

This allows unaffected websites to run without issues such as slow loading or downtime.In the case of CloudLinux shared hosting, if any account is suspected of over-utilizing resources, the account is temporarily suspended until its usage returns to normal.

Accessing the account during this time will result in a 503-error, as this is done to prevent the account from consuming all server resources. This is made possible by the LVE technology used by CloudLinux; a solution that benefits both service providers and users alike.

What will happen if my website gets under DDoS attack/flood?

If the DDoS attack/flood is large enough to effect the other hosting users on the server, then as per our ToS/AUP we will suspend the account with or without any prior notice.

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