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
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
A useful set of credit card safety tips for shopping online
The Internet has changed the way we shop.
What was once done in malls and at brick and mortar stores is now down at home, on your computer or phone (often pants-less). And while the world of e-commerce has … Read More
Here’s how to stay safe when you’re doing your online Christmas shopping
‘This the season to be jolly!
It’s also the season to be hyper-vigilant if you’re shopping online for holiday gifts.
Unfortunately, despite the good will this season tends to bring with it, it also brings many attempts by … Read More
A look at the newest threats posed to you on the internet and how you can stay safe.
It’s 2016 and the internet continues to evolve as more and more people and even some inanimate objects come online. Think about it, you can buy refrigerators and vacuum cleaners that are … Read More
Cyber Attacks are on Rising: Ways to Implement to Secure E-commerce Business
The Cyber Attacks are increasing day by day in today’s online security world. Cyber-Attack is an attack by hackers to destroy a computer network or digital systems to altering the codes, scripts or logics. Millions of peoples are … Read More
Firefox support HTTPS: No unsigned Addons in Firefox 42
Mozilla Firefox, world’s second most popular web browser, has now decided to deny any Addons and/or Extensions that are unsigned in their upcoming version, Firefox 42.
Mozilla announced, “Due to security reasons, unsigned Addons and Extensions will no … Read More
On July 29th, 2015, Microsoft unveiled its latest operating system, Windows 10. Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 users can upgrade to Windows 10 at no cost using a stable internet connection.
New to Windows 10 has a feature known as “Windows Update Delivery Optimization” and … Read More
Apple’s annual WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) has just shut its doors for 2015. In San Francisco, Apple developers (iOS, OS X) flocked to hear the conference to hear about Apple’s upcoming features in Apps and Software development.
On iOS Developer Library – Pre-Release platform, Apple have announced the new features … Read More
It’s hard for a web user to find suspicious activities that occur when he/she visits a website using both web and mobile browsers. Studies have shown that government agencies like the NSA and other firms are using many private tools that can breach a user’s private information.
According toa recent … Read More