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Rocket Review – Fast Managed WordPress Hosting




  • Easy to use control panel
  • Actually fast
  • Everything is pre-configured
  • Daily backups
  • Lots of features


  • Lots of (arguably unnecessary) pre-installed plugins
  • Relatively expensive

Rocket is a WordPress hosting provider that focuses on speed, ease of use, and managed 24/7 support, the 3 main things people look for on a WordPress hosting provider. Read our detailed review here.

About Rocket

Rocket was launched in 2020 by industry veterans with years of experience. It’s apparent that Rocket was launched by people that know WordPress hosting and what its user need. They’re perfect for beginners, as their platform is super easy to use and great for developers and enterprises as it’s easily scalable.

It’s a privately owned company which means the focus is still on the customers and the product itself. Ben Gabler, one of the founders and owners, has 17+ years of experience in the web hosting industry.

That’s the gist of what you need to know about Rocket, the company. We’ll move onto their features.

Best Rocket Features

There’s actually too many to choose from, so we’ll focus on 2, and just mention some of the others below.

Taking speed to the next level

Most hosting providers promote their fast servers, but there’s much more to speed than just using NVMe disks and a basic caching algorithm. They use an enterprise CDN network with Edge servers by default, and it’s included for free with all plans, which is somewhat rare these days. Everything is pre-configured and managed by them, so you have nothing to worry about.

You’ll get dedicated resources, so it’s not just another shared hosting provider.

Their experts are available to help and troubleshoot your speed issues (if any) which are often time caused by bloated code, plugins, and themes. This is where Rocket differs from other hosting providers – their support team is always available to help and take that extra step to keep their customers satisfied.

You can learn more about their speed algorithm here and their network here.

The ease of use

Everything is intuitive and crystal clear. Even if you’re a complete beginner that’s using WordPress for the first time, this hosting provider would be a great fit for you. Their easy to use dashboard along with their support team will make the process of starting and running a WordPress website just easy. Deploying a website takes seconds and everything is pre-configured, including speed and security. You can even manage your website via their platform/dashboard. More on that later.

And more

  • Free migrations. So if you’re looking for an alternative, use their free migrations offer and move your sites to Rocket. They’ll do all the work.
  • An advanced firewall and malware scanning and patching. Preconfigured by default and free with all plans. Security is taken care of.
  • Automatic updates. Core, plugins, and/or themes.
  • 30-day money-back guarantee, no strings attached.
  • Automatic daily backups are included for free with all plans. You can always start an on-demand backup anytime.
  • User control. You can add multiple users to your hosting account.
  • One-click installs and staging. Staging sites are free and included with all plans.
  • SSH, Git, SFTP, Cron jobs are included for free with all plans.

You can learn more about their features here.

Rocket has one of the best user interfaces

Their dashboard/platform/control panel/user interface, or however you’d call it (they call it Mission Control) is one of the best and easiest we’ve tried so far, and we’ve tried many. It’s intuitive and perfect for beginners.

Creating a site can be done within a minute. Choose a site name and server location, set up the admin email and password and that’s it.

Once the site is created, you can use Mission Control to manage the website. This includes:

  • Activating, deactivating, deleting, and updating plugins and themes straight from the control panel. This is where their control panel is perfect and easy to use. All of this can be done with a single click and right from the panel, without even accessing wp-admin.
  • Creating a staging site. Again, with a single click.
  • Managing backups (daily and on-demand). Restoring from a backup can be done with a single click.
  • Visitors analytics.
  • Managing FTP accounts.
  • Changing PHP versions, creating cron jobs, etc.

Rocket pricing

They’re not the cheapest and not even in the mid-range, but you get what you pay for. Considering all the features and the kind of support you get, their pricing is justified and worth it, especially for beginners or just people that want their managed hosting done right.

The cheapest plan is $30 per month and includes 1 WP install, 25K visitors, 10GB storage, 50GB bandwidth, and all other features.

You can get 2 months off if you pay annually. As of writing, there’s a launch promo going on which you can use to start your website for $1.

We have an exclusive coupon code for ThisHosting.Rocks visitors – 50% off for the first 3 months.

What we don’t like about Rocket

There’s plenty of things we like about Rocket, but here’ what we don’t.

The pretty large list of pre-installed and pre-activated plugins.

When you create a site, a bunch of plugins get installed (and some even activated) by default. As of writing, there’s no option to disable these during the install, you’ll have to manually go over and deactivate or delete them. It just seems like bloat.

Their reasoning is to make it easier for beginners, but even then, when you’re forcing a certain plugin onto a new site when there are (maybe) better alternatives, it’s a turn-off. Lots of WordPress users may disagree with this specific list of plugins and rather have the alternatives.

Disabling and/or deleting them takes seconds, but still.

Some plugins are not even necessary and require extra configurations, like OptinMonster, so enabling it by default may deter beginners rather than help them out.

They’re working on a feature that enables you to change the pre-installed plugins list, so this can be avoided in the future. Having a list of plugins and themes that you regularly use and install on all websites would be a perfect feature to have. We all have our list of plugins that we install and activate on all new sites, and it takes (a bit) of time, but having it done by default on all new sites would be great.

The pricing is expensive, but again, you get what you pay for and it is justifiable. If you need cheap, you’ll have to sacrifice something, be it speed, support, or just features. You don’t sacrifice anything with this kind of pricing though.

If they fix the plugin thing it may be the first host we like everything about.


We definitely recommend Rocket for everyone, but especially beginners. Try them out, test their support’s response times (which is fast btw), try their Mission Control, and we bet you’ll like it.

September 2020 Web Server Survey

In the September 2020 survey we received responses from 1,196,298,727 sites, across 264,284,761 unique domains and 10,338,585 web-facing computers. Compared with last month, this is a loss of 34,277,859 sites and 10,901 web-facing computers, but a gain of 2,463,474 unique domains.

Approximately 15 million domains have switched from Microsoft web server software to OpenResty, a web server which adds LuaJIT support to nginx. This represents a 5.97 percentage point drop in Microsoft’s market share of domains, and, accordingly, a 6.71 percentage point increase for OpenResty. OpenResty now powers 34.5 million domains, giving it a 13% market share and gaining it third place behind nginx and Apache. This huge swing is driven by GoDaddy migrating its customers’ parked domains from GoDaddy’s own hosting infrastructure to Google Cloud.

Microsoft also experienced a large loss of 49,600 web-facing computers (-3.1%), unrelated to the GoDaddy OpenResty migration. The largest increase in web-facing computers was seen for Apache (+19,100), though this was not enough to re-take the lead from nginx, which became the largest web server vendor by this metric last month.

Most of the large vendors saw drops in terms of the number of active sites hosted this month. Cloudflare and LiteSpeed are among the vendors who saw growth in this area despite the overall negative trend. Pepyaka (used by Wix) and Squarespace also both gained active sites (+3.0% and +2.6% respectively), reflecting the growing popularity of website builders.

New vendor releases

This month LiteSpeed released version 5.4.9 of the LiteSpeed Web Server. A small number of new features have been added in this update, including automatic CloudFlare CDN IP detection and support for bcrypt password hashes when using HTTP authentication.

Apache have released three new versions of Tomcat this month – 8.5.58, 9.0.38 and 10.0.0-M8. These releases each add a number of new features and security patches. Notable changes include adding support for the Expect HTTP header, and adding support for setting read and write idle timeouts on websocket connections.

Apache also released version 8.1.0 of Apache Traffic Server. This release focused on improving the stability, reliability and performance of the server’s HTTP/2 support.

Total number of websites

Web server market share

Developer August 2020 Percent September 2020 Percent Change
nginx 448,602,806 36.45% 407,086,442 34.03% -2.43
Apache 318,307,245 25.87% 330,682,809 27.64% 1.78
Microsoft 118,126,662 9.60% 95,944,600 8.02% -1.58
Google 44,326,227 3.60% 45,689,961 3.82% 0.22
Web server market share for active sites

Developer August 2020 Percent September 2020 Percent Change
Apache 50,966,410 26.62% 50,925,159 26.46% -0.16
nginx 37,794,331 19.74% 37,549,911 19.51% -0.23
Google 18,767,650 9.80% 18,663,687 9.70% -0.11
Microsoft 8,009,744 4.18% 7,861,906 4.08% -0.10

For more information see Active Sites

Web server market share for top million busiest sites

Developer August 2020 Percent September 2020 Percent Change
Apache 280,158 28.02% 280,949 28.09% 0.08
nginx 257,472 25.75% 257,562 25.76% 0.01
Microsoft 72,787 7.28% 71,664 7.17% -0.11
LiteSpeed 20,348 2.03% 21,341 2.13% 0.10
Web server market share for computers

Developer August 2020 Percent September 2020 Percent Change
nginx 3,528,858 34.10% 3,531,550 34.16% 0.06
Apache 3,474,321 33.57% 3,493,422 33.79% 0.22
Microsoft 1,585,588 15.32% 1,535,962 14.86% -0.46
Web server market share for domains

Developer August 2020 Percent September 2020 Percent Change
nginx 79,757,929 30.46% 79,534,471 30.09% -0.37
Apache 70,197,130 26.81% 70,646,497 26.73% -0.08
Microsoft 36,772,587 14.04% 21,331,946 8.07% -5.97
Google 2,402,979 0.92% 2,387,975 0.90% -0.01

Help setting up Fastmail w/ my Google Domain

Purchased my domain w/ Google. Signed up for the free month of Fastmail to give it a try. I am unsure of how to set up email w/ the domain. I have the email with Fastmail, ex. “ Fastmail says I have to change the DNS records for my domain to get the email working. When I login to my settings on Google domain there are a few sections and I’m just not sure which section to create the “MX, TXT and “CNAME”” records. There are 5 sections in the domain settings, could anyone tell me which section to add these MX and TXT/CNAME records? The 5 sections are:

  1. Name servers


  3. Registered hosts

  4. Synthetic records

  5. Custom resource records

I’ll add an imgur link to screencaps of Google Domain and Fastmail –

5 Ways to Improve WordPress SEO

If you’re running an online platform, there’s a high probability that WordPress is your content management tool, which puts you in one of the largest user groups in the online world. Since most of the SEO score marks depend on various content attributes, it’s important to learn as much as possible about WordPress SEO tools and features that allow you to improve your score.

In this article, we are going to inspect five different ways to improve global SEO results for WordPress-based websites.

Recommended read: Best WordPress Hosting Providers

Carry Out Astute Keyword Research

The most important element of your SEO endeavors is the keyword strategy. You should dig online for chat rooms and forums that attract your user group to understand how they communicate, what issues they face regarding your business interests, and create a keyword strategy based on humans rather than computer algorithms.

Pay attention to keywords that work for your competitors, as well as those a little above your current rank. You can use Sitechecker ranking checker to analyze, not only keywords, but competition rank, long-tail keywords that bring the most value, and many other SEO parameters. If you are not sure how to add keywords in WordPress, there’s a wide spectrum of methods and plug-ins you can use to implement a holistic keyword strategy through the WordPress dashboard.

Review and Optimize Your Theme in WordPress

The choice of the theme has a strong influence on WordPress search engine visibility rate such as load speed, bounce rate, mobile-friendliness, all of which can be easily avoided if we follow SEO best practices and perform a full analysis of our website theme performance and design status. WordPress dashboard offers a series of settings and maintenance tools that allow you to easily, without technical knowledge, adjust your theme to its full capacity and make it lightweight, fast, easy to navigate, and well-structured.

A fully optimized theme mitigates bounce rate elements caused by a broken plug-in, poor visibility on mobile, or slow loading speed.

Optimize your site for speed

There may be some old images you used during past campaigns or leftover plug-ins you rarely use. All this extra content draws back your website speed because it takes more time for the server to load all the images and plug-ins. However, the advent of HTTP/2 protocol allows us to increase the data transfer rate from server to client through the exchange of nothing but essential information packs and a series of features that benefit the speed of your website.

Avoid large image sizes, compress your graphics to a web-friendly format, or use embedded links for videos to diminish the strain on your hardware infrastructure.

Recommended read: How Does Web Hosting Affect SEO

Write good content and write often

It’s not enough to get people to click on your link and leave faster than it took them to get there, which is a Black Hat SEO strategy called clickbait content. In this WordPress SEO tutorial, we’ll observe nothing but White Hat techniques, so our advice is to create such content that brings value to your audience. Make your posts informative and well-written so that everyone could understand the message you wish to convey. Analyze your audience’s interests, goals, and common challenges and show them through blog posts how your brand can help them overcome different challenges or improve their everyday lives and businesses.

It’s also very important to write regularly but don’t consider you should publish five posts per day to get positive results. Two or three long-form blog posts with detailed and well-structured narrative enriched by images, graphs, and other appropriate content to substantiate your claims. This is a direct road towards the establishment of authority within the community.

Set your categories and tags correctly

When search engines index your content, they act the same as users and look for information that explains what a certain page is about. It’s of utmost importance to keep your meta tags descriptive and the crawling process fast to score a high crowability score with search engines. WordPress user interface allows seamless categorization, which allows search bots to scan your website faster. You can create new categories, and even tag posts according to a certain keyword or popular phrase that relates to the topic of your content.


WordPress is such a feature-rich CMS that most of us can’t even imagine the extent of customization and optimization possibilities we have at our disposal and how easy this piece of software makes it. There are dozens of interesting tasks you can take to practice your WordPress skills within the platform’s sandbox section. Search engine optimization is a never-ending process, and it’s smart to automate and facilitate your workflow as much as possible. We hope this article will help you improve your website rank and adopt an interest in WordPress development.

How do I host a webpage I made on Canva on my own domain?

So I have this landing page that I want to host on my own domain. Canva doesn’t seem to provide a simple way to download the whole page source.

I tried downloading all the resources from the page using httrack, but it doesn’t seem to work – when I open index.html I get a page saying that I need to update my browser, so something is going wrong.

Is there a straightforward way for me to download the source code?

Why did my site suddenly drop to a 500 error?

It dropped around the time I’m pointing to on this image.
I was working on the wordpress admin, uploading images, and it suddenly dropped.
What can I do to bring it back up, and why did this happen? What’s the proper way to debug this situation?

Here’s the cURL output:

➜  ~ curl -IL 
HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error
Date: Thu, 03 Sep 2020 04:47:33 GMT
Server: Apache/2.4.29 (Ubuntu)
Expires: Wed, 11 Jan 1984 05:00:00 GMT
Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate, max-age=0
Connection: close
Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8  

edit: I just enabled the errors and after attempting to connect to the site, I am presented this:

Warning: mysqli_real_connect(): (HY000/2002): Connection refused in /var/www/html/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 1635

Connection refused Error establishing a database connection

This either means that the username and password information in your wp-config.php file is incorrect or we can’t contact the database server at localhost. This could mean your host’s database server is down.

Netcraft Extension adds credential leak detection

The Netcraft Browser Extension now
offers credential leak detection for extra protection against
shopping site skimmers.

With brick-and-mortar shops around the world closed due to COVID-19, consumers turned to online businesses to fulfil their shopping needs. According to Adobe’s Digital Economy Index report, US online spending in June was $73 billion, up 76% from $42 billion last year. Even with restrictions lifted, research commissioned by Visa suggests that 74% of Britons who shopped online more often during the lockdown will continue to do so.

Now more than ever it is important to protect against JavaScript skimmers. These are snippets of malicious code which criminals upload to compromised shops. Unbeknownst to the store owner or the user, they transmit entered card details directly to the criminal. Unlike scams such as phishing, which can often be avoided by a vigilant internet user, skimmers are invisible to the human eye without a tool such as the Netcraft Extension to expose them.

Netcraft currently blocks over 6,000 shopping sites which contain skimmers, and even large companies such as British Airways, Ticketmaster and Puma have fallen prey to these attacks in the past.

Screenshot of the block screen shown by the Netcraft Extension when a credential leak is detected

The Netcraft Extension identifying and blocking a skimmer on an online shop

When you visit a shopping site, the Netcraft extension will
evaluate all requests made by the web page. If a request is found to
be sending credentials to a different domain, the extension
will block the request to prevent your data from being stolen. A block
screen will notify you about the request and provide
information about the malicious behaviour that was detected. Only
card number leaks are currently blocked, but other types of
credentials may be enabled in future updates.

For example, if you check out using your credit card on but your card details are sent to, the extension will block the request. This
checking is done locally and securely in your browser – no sensitive
information is sent to Netcraft.

The extension will also block pages which make requests to
malicious domains that are part of JavaScript attacks.

In addition to shopping site skimmers, the Netcraft Extension also protects against other malicious JavaScript, phishing and fake shops, including those related to coronavirus. The extension is available for Chrome, Firefox, Opera and the new Microsoft Edge based on Chromium.

Google ChromeMozilla FirefoxOperaMicrosoft Edge

If you already have the Netcraft Extension installed, your browser
will update it automatically.

Local Testing Server Help please.

try a different port..

Found this on the URL you mentioned,

Note: If you already have something running on port 8000, you can choose another port by running the server command followed by an alternative port number, e.g.

python3 -m http.server 7800

 (Python 3.x) or

python -m SimpleHTTPServer 7800

 (Python 2.x). You can then access your content at



August 2020 Web Server Survey

In the August 2020 survey we received responses from
1,230,576,586 sites across 261,821,287 unique domains and
10,349,486 web-facing computers. This represents a loss of 3.65 million
sites, but a gain of 1.16 million domains and 128,000 computers.

The number of web-facing computers using nginx increased by 83,000 this month,
which means that – for the first time – nginx is in use by more web-facing
computers than any other web server, including Apache. This is another
milestone for nginx, and reflects its impressive growth in recent years.

Apache still serves more active sites than nginx, and a greater proportion of
the top million busiest sites, but this month its decline in these metrics
continued. One year ago, among the top million busiest sites, nginx trailed
Apache’s market share by 6 percentage points. nginx has since halved this gap,
and is now less than 3 percentage points behind. If the current trend
continues, it won’t be long before nginx overtakes Apache in this area too.

As well as a marked decrease in total sites this month of 22.14 million
(-15.8%), Microsoft also suffered in other metrics this month. The number of
domains served using Microsoft software dropped by 8.27 million (-18.4%), and
19,000 fewer web-facing computers (-1.2%) are running Microsoft web servers.
Microsoft also lost 633,000 active sites (-7.3%).

New vendor releases

Apache released three new
of httpd this
month. Version 2.4.44 fixed
several bugs, version 2.4.45
dropped support for the abandoned HTTP2 Cache Digests
, and version
2.4.46 fixed three security

This month nginx released updates for three of its
products. nginx 19.1.2 mainline was released on
11 August with a few minor optimizations and several bugfixes. On the same day,
njs 0.4.3 was released, adding support for the
querystring module.
On 13 August nginx Unit 1.19.0 was
released, which introduced several new features, improved performance, and fixed
a number of bugs.

Total number of websites

Web server market share

Developer July 2020 Percent August 2020 Percent Change
nginx 451,156,878 36.55% 448,602,806 36.45% -0.10
Apache 314,054,523 25.45% 318,307,245 25.87% 0.42
Microsoft 140,264,332 11.36% 118,126,662 9.60% -1.77
Google 44,290,430 3.59% 44,326,227 3.60% 0.01
Web server market share for active sites

Developer July 2020 Percent August 2020 Percent Change
Apache 51,653,416 26.98% 50,966,410 26.62% -0.37
nginx 38,490,201 20.11% 37,794,331 19.74% -0.37
Google 18,700,327 9.77% 18,767,650 9.80% 0.03
Microsoft 8,642,877 4.51% 8,009,744 4.18% -0.33

For more information see Active Sites

Web server market share for top million busiest sites

Developer July 2020 Percent August 2020 Percent Change
Apache 282,596 28.26% 280,158 28.02% -0.24
nginx 255,843 25.58% 257,472 25.75% 0.16
Microsoft 73,558 7.36% 72,787 7.28% -0.08
LiteSpeed 19,569 1.96% 20,348 2.03% 0.08
Web server market share for computers

Developer July 2020 Percent August 2020 Percent Change
nginx 3,445,835 33.71% 3,528,858 34.10% 0.39
Apache 3,454,822 33.80% 3,474,321 33.57% -0.23
Microsoft 1,604,484 15.70% 1,585,588 15.32% -0.38
Web server market share for domains

Developer July 2020 Percent August 2020 Percent Change
nginx 77,637,044 29.79% 79,757,929 30.46% 0.68
Apache 70,516,590 27.05% 70,197,130 26.81% -0.24
Microsoft 45,042,498 17.28% 36,772,587 14.04% -3.24
Google 2,388,957 0.92% 2,402,979 0.92% 0.00

Speed Up Your WordPress Site – Tips That Everyone Should Know

Speeding up a WordPress website is a hot topic because it’s the preferred platform for millions of bloggers and online businesses. Fortunately, there are so many ways bloggers can successfully speed up their WordPress sites.

You enjoy your site more when it’s performing at its best, and your visitors will too. To know your site is not at its best, you should look out for warning signs.

For instance, if you used to rank high on SERPs and all of a sudden you’re not, you should find out if it’s because of your loading time.

When you boost your site’s speed, more visitors are likely to click on your site. Ideally, a website shouldn’t take more than 2 seconds to load. If users click off, your bounce rate will increase and your SEO ranking will be lowered because of it.

Users want sites that load as soon as they click on the link. This is especially true when you’re selling products and services. Online buyers are quite impatient because there are many other options out there.

To capture the attention of your audience, you should always prioritize website speed. Let us look at the tips you can implement to make this possible.

1. Choose a Reputable WordPress Web Hosting Provider

The web hosting provider you choose for your WordPress will play a large part in determining how fast your website will be. Each time you’re considering web hosting providers for WordPress, avoid shared hosting services.

Most new bloggers go for this option because they offer unlimited space, emails, bandwidth, and domains.

Though shared web hosting plans offer unlimited storage, subdomains and other features, you need to be sure that your chosen hosting provider is reliable. Shared hosting is so affordable because multiple users share the resources of a single server. That means a high-traffic surge of another site can affect you.

When you choose a reputable web hosting provider for your WordPress project, you get excellent performance which is what every blogger is looking for. Hosting dedicated for WordPress will save you from shared hosting issues that come with several other websites.

Also, you need a web hosting provider with competitive prices and packages that ensure you can personalize your blogging experience.

What people fail to remember is that working on a shared server has you vulnerable to resource issues unrelated to your site. If you have an individualized server, you can go as far as optimizing it to ensure nothing compromises the site’s speed.

The web hosting industry has greatly advanced and because of this, website owners have access to affordable cloud hosting solutions.

Read more: Cloud Hosting vs Shared Hosting

2. Use a Lightweight Theme

The themes on WordPress have impressive widgets, elements, and social icons you can use to personalize your site. These dynamic and shiny elements need to be used with moderation because overloading your site will likely slow it down.

The more elements you use, the higher your page sizes will be and it doesn’t take rocket science to understand that such pages take ages to load.

To prevent your server from taking a thumping, take your time when you’re choosing the elements you want to use.

The best solution for these scenarios is using lightweight themes. The default WordPress themes are ideal.

3. Reduce Image Sizes

Did you know that images are a major contributor to the size of a web page? You heard that right! Visual media more often than not affect the speed of websites without owners even knowing it.

The trick is to manually optimize every image before you upload it. As you optimize your images, make sure the quality is not compromised. There are quite a number of tools out there you make use to make this possible.

In fact, here are WordPress plugins that allow you to this:

4. Minify JS and CSS files

In case you’re using Google PageSeed to check out your site’s performance, you’ll get notifications to help you minimize the size of your JS and CSS files. When you reduce the number of calls in these files, you automatically improve the speed of your site.

Aside from these prompts, you can do this manually if you know your way around WordPress themes. Google actually provides you with guidelines to help you with the entire process. Not to mention the several available plugins designed to auto-optimize CSS and JS files.

5. Use Advanced Caching Mechanisms

Adding caching to your site elements is quite easy because of WordPress caching plugins that have been around since time immemorial. All you have to do is add a caching plugin and set it up. This setup will store some of your site’s static files on the visitor’s browser, which will improve your site’s load time for recurring visitors.

You can check out a plugin like WP Rocket.

6. Use a CDN

Lastly, make sure you use CDN because people that visit your site come from different parts of the world. The further away a visitor is from where your site is hosted, the longer the loading time will be.

However, when you use CDN, you can achieve a minimum loading speed regardless of where visitors are located. Content Delivery Networks function by keeping a copy of your website in different datacenters all over the world. This way, the loading time is significantly reduced.

Wrapping Up

The loading speed of your site is very important because it determines how high you’ll rank on Google’s SERPs. These tips we’ve outlined ensure that you always optimize your WordPress site’s speed.

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