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Learncplusplus site vs accelerated c++ book, which is better for a beginner? [closed]

Which of them is best for learning c++ if I already know following topics in C control statements, functions, recursion, array, pointer, string, structure, file handling. I am switching to c++ because I have read it is better for data structure and algorithm due to it’s library support

I migrated from Blogger to WordPress. Should I hotlink images from Blogger to the new WP site?

I have recently migrated from Blogger to WordPress. I was wondering whether instead of uploading existing images to the new WordPress site I should hotlink them from Blogger instead.

I do not worry about my WP host space, but I do not find my host very fast. So will hotlinking images from Blogger improve my site’s performance? What will be better as far as SEO is concerned?

P.O: I checked and found that hotlinking from Blogger to other sites is allowed according to the Google/blogger policy.

Apache site down after getting AH02032 error

Apache site down after getting AH02032 error, and automatically up if I restart apache or after some time(maybe 1-3 hours). The Server setup is Xampp in Windows Server 2012 Many sites are hosted on the same server with virtual host setup, All domains except the error one are working without any problem.

Error Log:

[Tue Mar 10 19:17:00.320296 2020] [:error] [pid 6776:tid 1824] [client] script 'C:/xampp/htdocs/WEBSITES/************/index.php' not found or unable to stat  [Wed Mar 11 05:53:30.164225 2020] [ssl:error] [pid 6776:tid 1812] AH02032: Hostname 13.127.**.** provided via SNI and hostname provided via HTTP are different 

Access Log:

may be unknown connection: - - [11/Mar/2020:05:47:56 +0000] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 49594 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Nimbostratus-Bot/v1.3.2; http://" - - [11/Mar/2020:05:52:25 +0000] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 49594 "-" "Go-http-client/1.1" - - [11/Mar/2020:05:53:30 +0000] "GET https:// HTTP/1.1" 400 1015 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/80.0.3987.132 Safari/537.36" - - [11/Mar/2020:05:55:47 +0000] "GET /robots.txt HTTP/1.1" 404 26 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; bingbot/2.0; +http://" - - [11/Mar/2020:05:55:53 +0000] "GET /dashboard/de/faq.html HTTP/1.1" 404 26 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; bingbot/2.0; +http://" 

So my question is how should I prevent the site from getting down, and these errors/Attacks? Thanks

PHP Site TTFB is Extremely Slow

I am migrating a WordPress site from a shared hosting platform to a dedicated EC2 instance running an Amazon Linux AMI, Apache and PHP, with an RDS database backend.

Since the migration static HTML pages load very quickly but any of the WordPress pages themselves have a TTFB of around 5 seconds. The same files loaded much, much faster on the previous web host.

  • I’ve checked my EC2 and EBS credits (there are plenty).
  • There’s no other demand on the site or database apart from my requests.
  • No process is consuming much CPU or memory.
  • The MySQL connection speed and query speeds seem fast (Connect time: 0.001925 Query time: 0.000031)

So my question is: What should I check? What troubleshooting steps can I take to identify the root cause?

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Is a Russian or Eastern European hacksite masquerading as a news site? [closed]

A news aggregator sent my browser there.

The name of the site looked like it was Russian or similar. While my browser was there, I looked for any info about them and their “About” and “Contact Us” links require JavaScript, which means you have no way of telling what they are without enabling JavaScript and possibly getting infected.

(I use Firefox with NoScript as an additional safeguard against malware infections).

I went through all the obvious checks – searching extensively on Google, Bing, and DuckDuckGo for any information on where dnyuz is based or located. None of them had answers. Wikipedia has no page or info on them. A whois check on ICANN was inconclusive, turning up a CloudFlare endpoint which doesn’t mean anything.

Dnyuz appears to have something actively designed to blind Google Search for anyone who wants to figure out where the site is based. Searching “wikipedia dnyuz” in Google turns up a link to News Corporation and a bunch of links to articles on dnyuz without any info on what dnyuz is or where they are based.

Their “about” and “contact us” links are well-obfuscated. Searching “dnyuz about” on Google and DuckDuckGo turns up nothing, as expected.

The site seems to go through extensive measures to hide its identity, already a hint that they’re probably up to no good. Searching “what is dnyuz” on DuckDuckGo with my desktop’s Firefox browser turns up absolutely no info, while the same exact search in Brave browser on iOS features a telltale search result – the third one on the list is a Twitter link from “Dnyuz(@dnyuzcom)” with what appears to be Russian text.

Searching “twitter dnyuzcom” on the desktop browser in Firefox produces a preview “@dnyuzcom | New York, USA | Followers:36” – although it’s very possible it could be a Russian hacksite masquerading as something being based on New York given the lengths they go to for avoiding any sort of identification. Domain Mapping a current site

I currently have a site hosted by a different company and I wanted to domain map the site to the host provider eventually.

However, I still have yet to make a site and I want to keep my current site up while working on the site as I don’t want the current site to be down while my clients are still going to the original site.

Would I be able to work on a temporary site and eventually add a domain (domain mapping) later and move all my work to the new site? Or will I have to domain map the site first and then start working on it from scratch? If I can move all my work from the temporary site to the new site how would I go about doing it?

Also, does anyone have any recommendations on how to keep my current site up while working on the new site in WordPress?

Thank you!