Cyber security is no longer a luxury, it’s a necessity now.
“There are only two types of companies: Those that have been hacked, and those that will be,” said former FBI director Robert Mueller back in 2012. His words might sound overly pessimistic, but if you own a business or … Read More
Enhance Web Browser Security: Procedure to Enable TLS/SSL
By now you probably know that SSL Certificates provide an easy and effective platform to secure communication. As a customer/visitor of any website, you always want to be on the safe side so that no 3rd party steals or tampers the … Read More
Microsoft IIS 8 .PFX File Import and Export
All windows servers use .pfx formatted SSL Certificate files during the installation process. A PFX backup file is mandatory to transfer the SSL certificate from one server to another.
In Microsoft IIS 8, to configure the SSL Certificate the user must perform … Read More
Microsoft IIS 7 .PFX File Import and Export
All windows servers are used .pfx formatted SSL Certificate files during the installation process. A PFX backup file is mandatory to transfer the SSL certificate from one server to another.
In Microsoft IIS 7, to configure the SSL Certificate the user must … Read More
Mozilla Firefox joins Google in continuing to call out unencrypted websites
If you’ve been keeping up with the browser community’s push for universal encryption, then the moves being made by Google and Mozilla lately haven’t surprised you.
A quick refresher: starting at the beginning of 2017 the browsers – Apple … Read More
Accelerated Mobile Pages are a major SEO ranking factor, but you’ll need SSL!
Nobody ever gives the role of SEO Professional the credit it deserves for being a complicated job. After all, Google is notoriously tight-lipped about its ranking algorithms, leaving the SEO community to try and read the tea … Read More
Symantec’s Vulnerability Assessment product helps you be proactive with your cyber defense
An SSL Certificate is a vital component of any cyber security implementation, but the key Word is a component. SSL alone cannot protect your website from the dangers of the internet. SSL can protect your customers’ data … Read More
Apple is giving developers more time to become compliant with new encryption requirements
While Apple had originally announced a January 1st as the date that all apps submitted to the company’s App Store would need to support App Transport Security (ATS), it changed course at the last minute.… Read More
Upcoming changes in Google Chrome will have a major impact on the internet.
Google Chrome 56, due out at the end of January, will include a couple of major changes that are bound to shake up the internet. The first, most disruptive change will involve labeling unencrypted websites as “Not … Read More
The Freedom of the Press Foundation ranks “The Intercept” the most secure news site
The American non-profit Freedom of the Press Foundation recently performed a study of some of the world’s most popular news sites, grading each one on its web security implementations.
The Intercept, an American news site … Read More