Tag: Security

  • Ten tips to prevent cyber attacks

    Ten tips to prevent cyber attacks

    Cyber attacks are on the increase for both private individuals and sensitive businesses with today’s seriously deteriorating world situation. The current situation leads to foreign powers increasing their need to obtain sensitive information about a country’s interests. Or something else that can affect the national security or that of activities that are necessary for the country […]

  • 5 Security Measures You Can Easily Implement on Your eCommerce Site

    5 Security Measures You Can Easily Implement on Your eCommerce Site

    eCommerce has come a long way from a burgeoning industry to a massive global player in online business. As of 2021, there are approximately 24 million eCommerce sites across the world wide web. Unfortunately, eCommerce sites risk privacy invasion, data theft, and illegitimate copies like anything involving money and valuable data. But you needn’t worry.

  • 5 Advantages of Digital Currencies

    5 Advantages of Digital Currencies

    In 2008 the first digital currencies emerged in the form of Bitcoins. At first, it was a novelty and few really took it seriously. This was evident in its reception to the global economy. Although many people bought up the currency it still didn’t fare well in the markets and was considered volatile for several […]

  • 6 Ways an IT Service Provider Help Your Small Business

    6 Ways an IT Service Provider Help Your Small Business

    Productivity is essential in any small business and there are many different IT issues that can affect productivity, however, the one way to overcome all of these issues is to hire a managed IT services provider to look after your IT systems. 

  • How to use HMAC with Postman to test webhooks

    How to use HMAC with Postman to test webhooks

    In this how-to, I will show how I implemented HMAC in a Cloud Function that acts as a webhook using the node Express application framework. The focus of this article is how I implemented HMAC and not on how to build a Cloud Function webhook.

  • Hardening your HTTP response headers with .htaccess

    Hardening your HTTP response headers with .htaccess

    HTTP Response headers are typically used to transfer security policies to the browser. Bypassing security policies back to the client, hosts can ensure a much safer browsing experience for their visitors and also reduce the risk for everyone involved.

  • The analysis of DDoS attacks

    The analysis of DDoS attacks

    Are you interested in one of our biggest threat to the performances of our websites, I’m. One of the biggest threats is DDoS Attacks.

  • Do you have a password policy that is wrong

    Do you have a password policy that is wrong

    What if I say that everything IT does about passwords is wrong! It does not matter how secure you make a user’s password initially, the user will eventually choose their own password.

  • #NoHacked State of Website Security

    #NoHacked State of Website Security

    Google has seen an increase in the number of hacked sites by approximately 32% in 2016 compared to 2015. In a blog post from Google, they do not expect this trend to slow down. As hackers get more aggressive and more sites to become outdated, hackers will continue to capitalize by infecting more sites.

  • How to get SSL working on MAMP for OS X

    How to get SSL working on MAMP for OS X

    I’m doing a fair deal of development in the area of RESTFul API  features, all of which use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to ensure the security of personal information being transmitted over the internet.