Category Archives: Website Security

Comparing the Big 3!
GoDaddy <=> Hostgator <=> BlueHost

We can all agree that having a website hacked or taken down or off-line is the most frustrating and annoying damaging thing that…
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How Anonymous Hacked the Media

Excellent Article here. Image source: http://www.thedailybeast.com/a... Twitter user Own3r€™s claim that he’d hacked GoDaddy turned out to be false, but the medias jumping…
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Anonymous Hackers and the Industry of Hacking

This really is the glorification of a network of hackers called Anonymous. It is really interesting however because they seemed to have pegged…
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Introduction to Hacking

This is an hour long .. "Lesson" if you will about what hacking is, the various types of hacking, and an assortment of…
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SSL and Website Security

SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, is a security protocol which serves to secure the transmission of information over internet channels. Web pages which…
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Cloud Hosting with SSL + Amazon Buckets

Cloud hosting is the most secure way to guard your website against would-be hackers or any other form of compromise to the integrity…
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.htaccess re-write – redirect https IP to domain/sub-domain

.htaccess re-write IP to domain Today we engage the tedious task of redirecting ip's, canonical, and https subdomains case by case; First we…
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Cheap Secure SSL Web Forms

If you combine a free hosting account with an SSL certificate (which are only $49.99/year, requires unique IP @ $2/mo) you could create…
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Secure your Website + Damage Control

Website Hacked? Secure your Website + Damage Control In most cases i have found that most security vulnerabilities can be thwarted by only…
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Keep your Website Fast and Safe

One of the biggest problems designers and developers have in common is how to get a websites load speed to maximum transfer as…
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