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Installing a Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate on Nginx

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A Step-by-Step Guide on Installing a Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate on Nginx Comodo SSL offers a high level of web security by allowing you to encrypt communication between your website and its visitors. Having an SSL Certificate is one of the best ways to boost your brand value as well as your Google ranking. If you are looking for directions on the installation of an SSL Certificate on Nginx, then you’ve come to the right place! Here’s how to install PositiveSSL on Nginx In order Continue Reading

A Comprehensive Strategy for Preventing Cyber Attacks

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Preventing Cyber Attacks Here’s a comprehensive approach for mitigating and minimizing cybercrime against your website Cybercrime is a terrifying prospect for any website, but especially for businesses whose web presence accounts for a large portion of their bottom line. Face it, if you’re an e-commerce business or a web-focused company, everything can come crashing down in one fell swoop. That’s why web security has grown into a billion-dollar industry. After all, you can never be too safe—especially when your Continue Reading

Why You Should Implement Always on SSL

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HTTPS Everywhere or Always on SSL Always on SSL or HTTPS Everywhere is the ideal way to configure your website Here’s the thing about SSL: you really need to enable it across every page. This is called Always on SSL or HTTPS everywhere. A lot of website owners purchase an SSL certificate and then only configure the pages that require a user to transmit personal information – login screens, checkout pages – to be served over HTTPS. That’s not a good way to operate. Let’s look at why. Let’s Start with the Basics We’re Continue Reading

How to view an SSL Certificate in Google Chrome 56

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Google’s latest Chrome updated has made it more difficult to view SSL Certificate details Google Chrome version 56 was released at the end of January. It features a number of significant changes, one of which is the relocation of a website’s SSL certificate details. The average internet user will probably write that change off as insignificant. It’s not, though. Checking a website’s security certificate information is actually good security hygiene. Unfortunately, it’s a lot like flossing, Continue Reading

What is the Difference Between EV SSL and a Basic SSL Certificate?

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EV SSL Extended Validation SSL may cost a little more, but it also offers a lot more benefits One of the most common questions we get asked is about whether or not Extended Validation (EV) SSL is really worth it. The answer, for a great many companies and organizations, is yes. Unequivocally, yes. Now, before we get started comparing EV SSL to a basic SSL Certificate, let’s preface with a few things. First of all, for the sake of this discussion we’re going to categorize “basic SSL certificate” Continue Reading

How Do Code Signing Certificates Work?

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Cheap Code Signing A closer look at how Code Signing Certificates protect the integrity of your software Years ago, before the internet was capable of delivering high download speeds – back when laptops still had disc drives – we used to buy our software from brick and mortar stores. It was a simpler time, back then you knew the software you were purchasing and installing was safe because it had come from a trusted retailer, in shrink-wrap no less, so you could be sure it had never been tampered with. Nowadays Continue Reading

How to Install an SSL Certificate on a WordPress Hosted Website

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SSL for Wordpress A complete guide on how to install SSL on your WordPress site It’s 2017, which means that by the end of this year the browsers will have effectively made SSL mandatory. That’s right, 2017 is the year of SSL. For the past year or so the browsers have been pushing the internet towards universal encryption. It started with subtle initiatives that incentivized the decision to add SSL—like giving an SEO rankings boost to encrypted sites and making advanced browser features exclusively available. In Continue Reading

What is Encryption and Why Do You Need It?

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A Look at SSL Encryption, What it Does, Why it’s Important, Etc. What is encryption? Encryption is the practice of encoding communication in such a way that only an authorized party can read it. That’s pretty much the most simplified explanation we can give. So why do you need it? Well, there’s really two answers to that. The first, and less satisfying answer is because it will become a minimum security requirement in 2017 and your website will begin to be penalized if you don’t Continue Reading

Predicting Cyber Security Threats in 2017

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Prediction Cyber Security Threats in 2017 The top 10 biggest cyber security threats for 2017 As the internet continues to evolve, so too does cybercrime. It’s an unfortunate reality that we’re all forced to live with. We exist in an age where the worldwide web has given us access to vast amounts of information while also putting tasks like shopping, banking and paying bills conveniently at our fingertips. But for as much as the internet has made our lives easier, it’s also given criminals new attack vectors. In 2017, you no longer Continue Reading

Difference between Comodo PositiveSSL Wildcard vs. EssentialSSL Wildcard Certificate

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SSL Comparison The difference between two of Comodo’s most popular Wildcard products Comodo, which was founded in 1998, has grown into the largest Certificate Authority in the world. One recent study of the SSL industry pegged Comodo’s market share at 40%—with a considerable margin separating the company from its closest competitor. One of the ways Comodo has earned such a robust market share is by dominating the Domain Validation SSL market. Comodo offers a wide range of DV products with varied features. Continue Reading