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Category : Security
Ecommerce PCI compliance and its importance to businesses.
Ecommerce PCI compliance is a requirement for any business receiving payments online. Here's how to check if your business is PCI DSS compliant.
August 26, 2022
DNS poisoning
What is DNS poisoning and do I need to worry about it? Learn how to prevent DNS poisoning attacks on your website in this guide.
April 11, 2022
3 Website Security Threats To Look Out for in 2022
Since the shift to remote work, website security threats have been rising. Learn the top website threats to look out for in 2022 and how to prevent them.
February 16, 2022
Nexcess vs. GoDaddy: Implications of the GoDaddy Breach

The GoDaddy WordPress data breach put users' data at risk.

December 08, 2021
How to find out where your server is located
You may be wondering where your web servers are located. It’s simple to find a website server location. Read this blog to learn how to find a server location.
March 22, 2021
What is an SSL certificate? What is an SSL certificate used for? And how does an SSL certificate work? This blog answers all these questions. Read here.
March 08, 2021
Learn how to install an SSL certificate in 4 new ways. Learn how to install an SSL certificate in Cpanel. Learn how to install an SSL certificate on Apache.
March 03, 2021

By this point you surely have noticed the little padlock that appears next to a website’s address bar when browsing the web – and perhaps even gotten a security warning when that’s not configured correctly. What does it mean, why should you want it and how can you get it on your own website?

January 04, 2021

What is a PCA Compliance Audit? Unlike a PCI assessment, which merchants can perform themselves, a PCI DSS audit can only be performed by a qualified security assessor (QSA). If you’re facing an audit, then you’re likely a large store doing so voluntarily, or a smaller merchant ordered to undergo one because of a recent […]

September 23, 2019
By Brad
Is the End Near for EV SSL Certificates

Google, Firefox, and Apple certainly think so. Extended Validation (EV) SSLs are effectively being put out to pasture. Upcoming changes to Chrome and Firefox will soon remove the EV badge from their browsers, citing concerns with its diminished reputation for protecting consumers. 

September 16, 2019
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