.exe Hosted on the website
2014-07-03, 09:31 PM,
#1
Is it wise to host PPI .exe right on the landing page where it is downloaded from?
Or should I use some free host to do this?
I'm worried that I could get some issues because of hosting the files myself.

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2014-07-03, 09:37 PM,
#2
Use dropbox instead of hosting it yourself.
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2014-07-03, 09:38 PM,
#3
why to take chances ? Use a Cloud hosting and direct link them to it.

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2014-07-03, 09:40 PM,
#4
(2014-07-03, 09:37 PM)Penumbra Wrote: Use dropbox instead of hosting it yourself.
I used to use dropbox but sometimes I got the too much traffic shit error so better is to do with your hosting.
Just put your .exe file in a zip and then upload it.
If your hosting complains anything,just remove the file.

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2014-07-03, 09:54 PM,
#5
(2014-07-03, 09:40 PM)f0rest Wrote:
(2014-07-03, 09:37 PM)Penumbra Wrote: Use dropbox instead of hosting it yourself.
I used to use dropbox but sometimes I got the too much traffic shit error so better is to do with your hosting.
Just put your .exe file in a zip and then upload it.
If your hosting complains anything,just remove the file.

Sometimes google chrome can flag it as malware when someone starts downloading it.
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2014-07-03, 10:08 PM,
#6
Thanks guys,

I think I will go for the .zip on my own hosting version.
I've had no complaints from the hosting so far, so I suppose I wouldn't get any in the future.

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2014-07-03, 11:23 PM,
#7
(2014-07-03, 10:08 PM)T.I.P. Wrote: Thanks guys,

I think I will go for the .zip on my own hosting version.
I've had no complaints from the hosting so far, so I suppose I wouldn't get any in the future.

If Google figures out the file inside the .zip is infected it will block any downloads from your domain, so later you would have to switch domains if they were to figure it out. (To have users download from your site)
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2014-07-03, 11:40 PM,
#8
Have you tried using Mediafire or mega.co.nz?

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2014-07-04, 12:11 AM,
#9
some antivires can flag your website as malware or something if they found .exe file on website.

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2014-07-04, 12:41 AM,
#10
(2014-07-03, 11:23 PM)Kosmonic Wrote:
(2014-07-03, 10:08 PM)T.I.P. Wrote: Thanks guys,

I think I will go for the .zip on my own hosting version.
I've had no complaints from the hosting so far, so I suppose I wouldn't get any in the future.

If Google figures out the file inside the .zip is infected it will block any downloads from your domain, so later you would have to switch domains if they were to figure it out. (To have users download from your site)
A .us domain for 0.98$ would do the job :)

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