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How to Ensure Your E-commerce Site is Safe?

Summary Tiring as it they are, new security breaches and hacks continue to pose as dangerous threats to consumers and businesses worldwide. E-commerce websites are the juicy targets for hackers,...

Adobe Begins Data Encryption Following an Uproar

Summary U.S. multinational Adobe Systems announced on October 23, 2014 that it has started encrypting data it collects of certain e-Books. Following severe criticisms from users earlier this month for...

Impact of SSL Reviews on SSL Purchase

Summary For all the convenience and ease online shopping offers, it has one major disadvantage in the form of uncertainty. A customer's inability to try on a jeans is the...

How to Compare Leading SSL Certificate Providers

Summary For any business to achieve commercial success on the Web, gaining the trust and confidence of online customers is vital. As the highest level of encryption and authentication, Secure...

10 Things to Know When Purchasing SSL Certificate

SSL certificates play a very important role in protecting data in transit. It is particularly good for websites that handle critical information. However, before buying an SSL certificate, there are...

How to Buy an SSL Certificate for a Website

What is SSL? A Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a security protocol for establishing an encrypted connection between a server and a client. Example: A Web server and a Web...

Hackers and Holiday Season

Summary In the wake of recent high-profile data breaches involving JP Morgan Chase, Home Depot, and Target show people how vulnerable they are becoming when shopping online. Yet, many fail...

Apple’s Yosemite and Privacy- There is a Good Connection

Summary During the early hours of October 20th, an unexpected security concern in Apple's new Yosemite OS was called on by leading U.S. daily, The Washington Post.The addition of a...

POODLE Effect – Mozilla Disables Encryption in next Firefox Version

Summary Software community Mozilla has announced that it will disable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption in the next version of its popular Firefox Web browser. The new version engine is...

Google Exposes Another Security Flaw, Names it POODLE

Summary A trio of Google security researchers have discovered a major flaw in the older yet a still supported Web encryption standard SSL 3.0. According to Experts, patching the flaw...
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