With Let’s Encrypt gaining popularity, many are wondering if free SSL certificates are better and can replace the commercial ones. Let’s find out!
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With Google placing more emphasis on HTTPS sites, it’s more important to add SSL to your site. Here’s how you can get SSL for free for your WordPress site.
If you have a website and are keen to implement SSL, Let’s Encrypt is a great option. Here’s how to set up Let’s Encrypt in a Nginx Ubuntu server.
In this article we explain how to create a self-signed SSL certificate for Apache which will allow you to encrypt traffic to your Apache server.
The latest vulnerability is the Heartbleed Bug that affects the very websites that are supposed to be the safest. Do you still feel safe using the Internet?
The most concerning thing on Internet is the Security. Whether you are using Internet from home or working at an office, there is always the constant threat of hackers lurking around, trying to fish confidential information out from you. In WordPress, this confidential information is your administrator username and password. Once the hackers get hold […]
Update: The latest version of Pidgin (2.7.7) has fixed this issue. For Windows users, uninstall your current version, download and install the latest version. For Ubuntu users, add the following PPA and update your system: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pidgin-developers/ppa sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade If you are using Pidgin to connect to your MSN […]
In case you are not aware, Firesheep is a new Firefox extension that allows anyone to become a hacker instantly. With it installed, anyone can sniff in an open unsecured network the cookies of other computers. With these cookies, the hacker can get into the other party’s accounts (be it Facebook, Twitter or any other […]
Quite some days back, Google introduced encrypted Google searches. The concept of encryption comes into play when Internet services use secure socket layers, better known as SSL connections to encrypt the information that travels between your computer and their service. An encrypted service is recognized by a web address that starts with “https” and this […]