Tag Archive For "Security and protection in Internet"
Day 7 - one step away from the secure web presence. This is the last step of the security week in our SuperBlog, but this does not mean we are about to stop providing you with tips and tricks for securing your web presence.
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.
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.
Reissuing is required only for certificates issued before December 1, 2017 by Symantec, GeoTrust, RapidSSL, Thawte. There is plenty of time to reissue each affected certificate by the end of 2018.
Google Takes the Next Step Towards a More Secure (HTTPS) Web, SuperHosting.BG Also Moves on With AutoSSL
Google’s plan for a more secure web is still in progress as the key tool for its implementation is the Chrome Web Browser. The next phase of marking HTTP as non-secure web element has already started. As of October 2017 Google Chrome v.62 will display a Not Secure warning message in front of all HTTP pages containing forms no matter if their purpose is logging in, comments, feedback or other.
Did you know that the HTTP protocol is now 26 years old? That’s right, born back in 1991, HTTP is a main component in the mechanism of the Internet, responsible for the data transfer on the Web. The latest HTTP/2 version was launched in 2015, bringing a number of advantages that improve the online experience of both website owners, and the website’s visitors.