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How can I make my home PC a web server?

I am running Apache Tomcat on my PC. My PC is connected to a router in my house and the router is connected to my ISP. Now I want to run a server on my pc so that my frined can view my site hosted on ...
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Updated DNS zone can't be seen from my local network

I have updated a domain name DNS zone on 123-reg.co.uk where I bought the domain name. I have only updated blog A record to different hosting(IP) On my PC home (windows) or another PC in the same ...
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Web Hosting at home on Old Hardware [closed]

This is a re-make of this interesting question. I've rephrased it slightly to avoid pulling aggro and to provide some quality information, as I've pondered this before, but only JUST ran the numbers.. ...
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What pay-for hosting is great for ASP.Net sites?

I'm making a portfolio site and I want it to be pay for, NOT FREE. I need ease of use and good costumer service. Which site has a proven track record.
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Hosting online with xampp?

I'm not quite sure what I'm doing wrong, because from what I've read, this should all be working. What I've done: Forwarded ports 80, 8080, and 443. Changed the ServerName localhost:80 line in ...
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Hosting my own note-taking application

I have a server. I'd really like to be able to log into a website that I host and do something like take notes for a class, record some thought, etc. Is there any software that would allow me to do ...
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Would you setup a DMZ at home?

From a security point of view, what are the benefits of going the whole hog of setting up a DMZ at home if you plan on running a low traffic (unpopular) website from there? There are a number of ...
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How to host a webserver through NAT?

I've come across many "How to host something while behind NAT" but none are like my situation (I knew how to host a server through a simple NAT anyway). This is how my ISP works... First, start off ...
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Should I be concerned if my Git hosting provider stores passwords in plaintext?

I found a comment on Reddit suggesting that ProjectLocker, a free Git host, stores their passwords in plain text. I don't know (a) if this is true (b) how to verify it or (c) how worried I ...