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Cyber Crimes are Likely to Increase in the Future

Summary The Web has become a vital part of national life and global economic that governments, businesses, and individuals are prime targets for more threatening and frequent cyber attacks. A...

The Impact of Heartbleed

Summary The Heartbleed security exploit is one of the major security vulnerabilities and the widely used encryption programs, Secure Socket Layer (SSL), on the Web. Impact of Heartbleed About 39...

How SSL Acts as the Future of Web Security

Summary Our modern lives depend more on smaller devices but we expect our personal information to be safeguarded by them as it would be on our traditional systems. As technology...

How to Prevent Phishing Scams

Summary What is Phishing? Is the act of attempting to ascertain essential data such as usernames, encrypted passwords, and credit and/or debit card details by impersonating as a legitimate entity...

Nogotofail – Google’s New Security Testing Tool

Summary Headlines : Another top company hacked !!! In recent times, this is the only news we are hearing. Hacking multinational companies is fast becoming a habit and, as a...

How to Protect Yourself from Latest Online Threats

Summary In recent times, few online security issues have worried businesses and users big time. Two security issues, in particular, have users changing their passwords and downloading updates regularly: The...

Google Chrome to Drop its Support For SSL Version 3.0

Summary Google Chrome 40 is expected to be launched in two months time, and the tech giant is planning to stop its support for  the aging encryption standard Secure Sockets...

Apple Ditches its Support for SSL 3.0 Following POODLE Attack

Summary In the wake of POODLE bug, iOS and OS X developers have realized if they want their notifications to reach users, they should support TLS standard now. Apple has...

How To Avoid POODLE Flaw From Biting Your Web Browser

Summary A puppy is cute and lovable only when it is puppy and not when it is a Web browser flaw that targets users personal information. The “puppy” in question...

SEO Trends Provides Revenue Opportunity for Hosting Providers

Summary Most SEO giants were taken by surprise when Google announced it would use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) for ranking websites. The reason being none of them received any emails...
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