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Could Obama’s Privacy Plan Threaten the Internet?

The ongoing debate over online privacy is in the spotlight once again. However, this time, it’s the White House that’s at the center of the controversy. Last week, the Obama Administration announced a privacy plan that would give consumers more control over their data. In the first-ever introduction of federal privacy policy, the White House […]

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07 Apr Security | Comments

How to Protect Your Domain Name from Cybersquatting

By Carolyn M. Brown Watch your back has taken on an entirely new meaning in cyberspace. It is easy for someone to steal business away from you or to ruin your reputation by misrepresenting a domain name associated with your business. With the cost of registration and basic web hosting being fairly cheap, anyone can set […]

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24 Feb Security | Comments

A Guide to Web Hosting Security Issues and Prevention

Author : Thomas Reznor Understanding the Risks Shared hosting servers and VPS accounts can be vulnerable to attacks by hackers who carry out their work by uploading malware or otherwise malicious sites or code onto a server. Once the site is uploaded, it becomes an imminent danger to all customers whose data is hosted on […]

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01 Feb Security | 2 comments

Top 7 Myths about HTTPS

via httpwatch.com Myth #7 – HTTPS Never Caches People often claim that HTTPS content is never cached by the browser; perhaps because that seems like a sensible idea in terms of security. In reality, HTTPS caching is controllable with response headers just like HTTP. Eric Lawrence explains this succinctly in his IEInternals blog: It comes […]

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