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ModSecurity Configuration

In order to get you the security you need right away, our implementation of ModSecurity seeks to make an otherwise involved task easy to implement. You have access to two modes: DetectionOnly On By ...

Github.io Cachoid hosting

Our ultimate mission is to make Websites pull faster. While free services like github.io are awesome and very convenient, we think that they could use some oomph! And this where Cachoid comes in. We ...

Amazon S3 as a backend to your Cachoid

With Cachoid, you can set your AWS S3 website bucket as a backend “server” so Varnish can memory-cache assets while serving the content via an actual domain of your choice (ex: www.cachoid...

Can I upload my own VCL?

Yes you can, and here’s how: http://www.cachoid.com/support/article/how-to-deploy-your-own-vcl-to-your-cachoid/

How to deploy your own VCL to your cachoid

With Cachoid you have the option to load your own VCL. This option is available by: Click on your cachoid then from the cog drop down, click on Cache On the next page, select the root subpage (/) and ...

Is Cachoid HTTP/2 ready?

Yes! Most modern browsers support HTTP/2 when using TLS. And so you can enable HTTP/2 via your cachoid screen and it will be automatically setup when you have SSL enabled. Keep in mind that some old b...

Can I use my own Varnish VCL on my cachoid?

Yes, absolutely! You can set your cachoid to take and compile your own VCL by setting the App to option Custom VCL (Cachoid -> Caching -> (/ root) -> App -> Custom VCL -> Save). Once yo...

Security layers

We’re building Cachoid with security in mind from the onset. Our goal is to limit the surface exposure down to the veriest minimum. This includes, but is not limited, to picking services, tools...

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