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  • Caching – Website caching is the process of temporarily storing frequently accessed web pages or data in a cache so that they can be quickly accessed by users in the future. If a cached version exists and is still valid, the browser can retrieve the page from the cache instead of making a new request to the server. This can significantly speed up page load times and reduce server load. Caching can occur at multiple levels, including browser cache, server cache, and the CDN. One pitfall of Caching is that your changes may take some time to show up to your audience.
  • CDN – This stands for Content Delivery Network, which is a network of distributed servers that work together to provide fast and efficient delivery of content to end-users. CDN providers typically use advanced caching techniques, such as dynamic caching and edge caching, to improve performance and reduce server load. CDN is commonly used by websites that have a large global audience or that serve large amounts of multimedia content.
  • Redirection – Redirection is the process of automatically forwarding a user’s request for a web page or resource to a different URL. Redirection is commonly implemented using HTTP status codes, such as 301 Moved Permanently, 302 Found, and 307 Temporary Redirect. These status codes instruct the browser to redirect the user’s request to a different URL. It’s important to use redirection carefully and appropriately to avoid negative impacts on user experience and SEO.
  • Firewall – A website firewall is a security tool that is designed to protect websites from various types of cyber attacks, such as hacking attempts, malware infections, and DDoS attacks. A website firewall acts as a barrier between the website and the Internet, analyzing incoming traffic and filtering out malicious requests. Website firewalls use a variety of techniques to protect websites, including signature-based detection, behavior-based detection and machine learning, besides blocking unwanted traffic.
  • Malware Protection – This is an essential part of website security. It refers to measures taken to protect websites from various types of malicious software, such as viruses, worms, Trojans, spyware, and ransomware. By implementing appropriate measures, website owners can help to prevent their websites from being compromised, protect user data, and maintain the reputation and availability of their websites.

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