Could it be possible for a site to be indexed and cached but not show up in google search result?

My site is cached and indexed by Google.I have couple of thousands visitors per day. I have done every SEO check online but one problem persists. Despite abiding by Google webmasters’ guide, my site does not show up in google search results. Indeed, when I do inspect some urls they do come up on the first page, after two or three days everything is gone like never existed on google ever! I have tested everything that might caused the problem (e.g. no spammy or paid backlinks, etc.) but the problem gets worse day in and day out. My alexa rank has dropped drastically (one thousand) in a week. Any suggestions or recommendations are appreciated.

HostedSimply – 3GB and 4GB SSD Cached VPS, as low as $19 a year – in Los Angeles and New York!

HostedSimply is appearing back here with SSD Cached VPS offers in Los Angeles and New York. This is a SSD Cached version of their SSD VPS, one of the new offers includes 120GB of SSD cached storage.

They have been featured on LEB before and received a moderate amount of positive feedback. As always, we encourage our readers to share their thoughts below in the comments section. You can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. They accept PayPal, Credit Cards, Bitcoin and Alipay as payment methods. As always, if you do decide to buy one, we’d love to hear about your experience below in the comments section!

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Los Angeles, California, USA (Redundant Network Blend of GTT and Zayo)
Test IPv4: 198.46.138.196
Test file: http://198.46.138.196/100MB.test

Buffalo, New York, USA (Redundant Network Blend of TeliaSonera, XO, Hibernia, and Zayo)
Test IPv4: 192.3.180.103
Test file: http://192.3.180.103/100MB.test


Host Node Specifications:

SSD Cached Nodes:
– Intel Xeon E3-1240v3
– 32GB RAM
– 4x 2TB HDDs
– Hardware RAID10 with LSI CacheCade Pro Technology
– Dual 1Gbps uplinks

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Browser caches the rewrited url. How to stop it from being cached?

I’m using nginx to rewrite a url

location /ReeferUI/Reports/ {        rewrite ^ /ReeferUI/index.html break;        proxy_pass  http://localhost:8083/ReeferUI;        proxy_set_header Host $  host;       } 

It is working fine but it is caching the index.html which I don’t want.

How can I prevent browser from caching redirection url?

HostedSimply – 4GB RAM, 120GB SSD Cached VPS for $25/year & more in New York!

Peter from HostedSimply recently wrote in with a flash deal on SSD Cached VPS’s in New York. They are offering a 4GB RAM, 120GB Storage VPS for just $ 25/year. A 6GB RAM version with slightly more storage is available for $ 39/year as well.

Their WHOIS is public, and they were featured on LEB before and received a moderate amount of positive feedback. As always, we encourage our readers to share their thoughts below in the comments section. You can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. They accept PayPal, Credit Cards, Bitcoin and Alipay as payment methods. As always, if you do decide to buy one, we’d love to hear about your experience below in the comments section!

Here’s what they had to say:

“At HostedSimply, we bring together a variety of hosting solutions to make sure our customers are never short of the flexibility they would need for their businesses. Our pricing is geared towards being market competitive offering an edge through extra features and prompt support.

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NETWORK INFO:

Buffalo, New York, USA (Redundant Network Blend of TeliaSonera, XO, Hibernia, and Zayo)
Test IPv4: 192.3.180.103
Test file: http://192.3.180.103/100MB.test


Host Node Specifications:

SSD Cached Nodes:
– Intel Xeon E3-1240v3
– 32GB RAM
– 4x 2TB HDDs
– Hardware RAID10 with LSI CacheCade Pro Technology
– Dual 1Gbps uplinks

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

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Data Recovery from an Intel Rapid Storage Cached Volume

On my machine there was an 1TB SSD configured as an Intel SRT array member hosting OS volume (868GB) and a cache volume (64GB). The cache volume was accelerating a secondary HDD GPT-Partitioned NTFS-formatted.

After a sudden BSOD the secondary HDD become inaccessible (RAW, no partitions at all). I was able to recover some partitioning structure with Partition Recovery, but many files are lost, apparently the most recently used.

So I suspect a problem with the cache volume and/or caching.

I now disabled the cache on the secondary to prevent any overwriting, but the SSD still has an unused cache volume.

My idea was to delete the cache volume and recreate a regular volume on that 64GB space, and try a deep scan of that volume with software like Active File Recovery or Recuva.

Any better approach?

The problem is I’m unable to “reset as available” the cache volume. The UI of ISRT has a button for this but pressing has no effect.

Any help appreciated

hook_js_alter is getting cached

I recently come across a issue where my page was rendering two boostrap.js (Offcourse bad coding). An external Js from a module and another js from twitter bootstrap theme. Its causing some of the other js library to stop working(say bootstrap.multiselect.js). So thought of removing the one of the js by mytheme_js_alter. Below code is working fine to achieve what is want, but with one execption. Sometime its does not work, and after clearing the cache it starts working.

function mytheme_js_alter(&$  javascript, \Drupal\Core\Asset\AttachedAssetsInterface $  assets) {   $  current_path = \Drupal::service('path.current')->getPath();   $  current_uri = \Drupal::request()->getRequestUri();   if ($  current_path == '/node/777' || $  current_uri == '/mypage') {     $  external_bootstrap = 'https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.4.0/js/bootstrap.min.js';     if (array_key_exists($  external_bootstrap, $  javascript)) {         $  javascript[$  external_bootstrap]['data'] = $  javascript['https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/bootstrap@3.4.0/dist/js/bootstrap.min.js']['data'];       unset($  javascript['https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/bootstrap@3.4.0/dist/js/bootstrap.js']);     }   } } 

Has anyone faced same issue of caching? Please suggest any solution to overcome this.

Magento 2.3 Cached images resize to wrong size

view.xml part for small product image in category view:

<image id="category_page_grid" type="small_image">     <width>300</width>     <height>300</height> </image> 

E.g I have product image which is base & small 1339×2000 px when resized in cache it becomes 219×300 px not 300×300 px. So this creates a problem images get stretched on frontend and loose quality, look zoomed in and blurry. On magento 2.2 this did not occur at all. Is there something that I’m missing in configuration after updated versions that this occur?

Replacing cached domain credentials in SECURITY hive

Windows stores the (NTLM) hashes of local users’ passwords in the SAM hive. By booting from a live system (for example), one can not only extract those hashes for offline cracking, but also simply replace the hash with that of a known password (for example, chntpw in Kali Linux is a tool that excels at this task). Similarly, one can turn a normal user into an admin user and enable/disable users. So far, so good.

In a similar, yet different fashion, the password hashes of domain accounts of users that have previously logged in on the computer are stored in the SECURITY hive so that a user can re-login even when they are off the network. Tools like cachedump can extract those hashes for offline cracking. However, due to the different hashing algorithm used, most (all?) tools that can replace hashes in SAM cannot do the same in SECURITY.

Now my question: Is it possible to replace the cached password hash of a domain user with that of a known password, in order to then reboot the system and log in with the known password (bonus points for answers specific to Windows 10, in case there are differences to previous versions)? This of course assumes that the device is off the network so Windows cannot check the password online with the Domain Controller.

Google not showing the last cache info: How to know the last cached version of a page

Hi,

We couldn’t able to see the last Google cached version of our homepage after March 29th. Just wondering why this is happening with other websites too. When we make some changes to the website, we will wait to our website indexed and cached, so the changes will have some ranking impact. Now we couldn’t able to check if the website got indexed with changes. Is there any other way to check the latest cached version or time of last index?

Thanks