Tag Archive For "Internet security"
Have you recently received an email from а bank requiring immediate update of your contact data, otherwise your bank account will be suspended? Phishing emails concern not only banks and credit institutions, but also different types of business companies.
So we have arrived at the fourth step from the security week in our SuperBlog. We are three steps closer to a more secure web presence so let's make our next move! After reminding you to always update your available systems, plugins and themes while focusing on the importance of backups, today we are going to talk about backup and recovery options.
The security week in our SuperBlog is in full swing! Yesterday we told you what types of passwords you should AVOID and how to select a strong enough password. Today we continue with another easy hack for increasing your website's security. Step 3: Always Update Your Systems, Themes and Plugins.
GDPR, the new data protection regulation, has been one of the hottest business topics in recent months. The regulation will come into force on 25 May 2018. Our company would like to point out the following: The security and protection of all customer data, not just personal data, has always been a top priority for us. In this article we will explain what steps we have taken to meet the GDPR requirements.
An alert for massive security flaws in Intel, AMD and ARM processors that have been manufactured during the last 10 years was disclosed on January 3, 2018. This lead to describing two critical vulnerabilities - Spectre and Meltdown. In short: these vulnerabilities disclose the OS core's RAM and other processes to malicious programs that can exploit Meltdown and Spectre to get hold of secrets stored in the memory of other running programs. All modern computers, servers, smartphones and tablets are affected.
The reason for increase of web security next year is the HTTPS protocol. Since the beginning of 2017 some of the most used web browsers will warn users, when the connection with a website is not secure and goes through HTTP. This is why a lot of websites will move to HTTPS.
Two days ago Joomla! security team released a patch that fixes two critical core vulnerabilities. The officially announced CVE vulnerability IDs are: CVE-2016-8870 and CVE-2016-8869. We applied defense...