Why Do Websites Get Blocked and How to Bypass it

Posted on August 1st, 2019 by Natalia Diatko in Guest Posts

Access denied to a website

Censorship appears to be increasingly severe not only in countries, which we traditionally view as authoritarian (Iran, North Korea, China, Russia, etc.) but in Western ones as well. It is not uncommon anymore for users from around the globe to find themselves unable to access their favorite resources.

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Poor Web Hosting and Maintenance Leads to Hacking

Posted on July 17th, 2019 by Qurat-ul-Ain Ghazali in Guest Posts

Website hacking

Many individuals feel accomplished after owning a business website; so much so that they even forget to set up security defenses around it. On the other hand, most of the people deliberately skip this step because why would hackers hack small-scale business models, right? You would be surprised to learn that 43% of hackers target small businesses. Besides, 60% of small-scale companies go out of business within six months of a cyberattack.

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10 Ways to Protect Your eCommerce Site From Hacking and Fraud

Posted on June 20th, 2019 by Nirav Shastri in Guest Posts

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According to the Hacked Website Report by Sucuri, the number of websites getting compromised by hackers is increasing every year. The damage related to cybercrime is expected to hit $6 trillion by the end of 2020.

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Helpful Advice About Colocation Hosting

Posted on May 31st, 2019 by Chloe Bennet in Guest Posts

Colocation Hosting

Host choice and the process of identifying the right data center for your company’s web hosting needs is one of the most challenging but essential decisions that you’ll have to make. It will depend a bit on how important the web component of your company is, but, in the modern era, it is highly likely that web will play a huge part of your company’s operations. And, even if it plays a minor role, there are still a lot of tangible benefits to ensuring that your site is held and managed professionally, with little room for unprofessionalism on this front.

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What Your Website is Going to Lose if it is Not Secured

Posted on May 16th, 2019 by Ashley Marsh in Guest Posts

What would not secured website lose

The very foundation of exchange between web & client-server protocol started with HTTP, where HTML form was the source of fetching resources - from documents to images. This extensible protocol was designed in the early '90s and has evolved over time. Cache or authentication is the main feature handled by HTTP which has never been compromised. Still, there are dangerous sites that are keen on corrupting the digital world. Thus, keeping security in mind Google Chrome browser has asked authentic website owners to mark their websites within HTTPS, stating them as secure. All those websites without an "S" were labeled as "Not Secure," alerting users not to visit them, as they might carry malicious information.

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