• How to Prevent Website Malware Infections
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    How to Prevent Website Malware Infections

    Hi I’m Chris with Tiny Frog Technologies and I want to talk to you a little bit about security topics on your WordPress website. I get questions like how important are security scans? Well to keep your website free from malware you’ll need to have security scanning software installed on your server where your website is hosted. And these security scans should run anywhere between three to four hours, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And they should detect any type of malware infection and also clean it up. If your website is infected for a long period of time it can get blacklisted from Google and other…

  • What Is The Dark Web?
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    What Is The Dark Web?

    Facebook recently unveiled a second URL for their site that can only be accessed through TOR, which is a software that allows users to log-in anonymously from nearly anywhere on the planet – even in countries where Facebook is heavily monitored or blocked. This makes Facebook the first major web company to offer a platform on the dark web. So, what is the dark web and why did Facebook join it? First off, it’s important to understand that the internet is vast and constantly growing, and the majority of our daily usage only scratches the surface. Google, Yahoo, and other search engines only show about 4% of the data available…

  • Website Security Basics
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    Website Security Basics

    – In this day and age, you read about sites getting hacked and customer information being stolen and spread all over the internet. – If you’re running an online business, you need to be serious about website security. – Hi, I’m Darlene and in this course, we’re going to explain how website security can make or break your business. (upbeat music) – We’ll also introduce you to our suite of website security tools to arm yourself against the bad guys. – So if you’re ready to talk about website security, join me and let’s get started. (upbeat music)

  • The Dark Side of the Web
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    The Dark Side of the Web

    As the internet continued to grow in the mid-to-late 1990s it would come to transform society on a global scale. The biggest change came in the form of instant communication. As long as you had an internet connection you could talk to anyone on earth, assuming, of course, they were also connected to the internet. And around the millennium-shift you had over 350 million connected people to choose from. The thing is, the internet was not designed with things like anonymity and privacy in mind so everything you do and say online can and, in many cases, will be tracked, recorded, and traceable back to you. Some people are very…

  • How to Know if a Website is Secure? Experts Answer!
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    How to Know if a Website is Secure? Experts Answer!

    How to know if a website is secure? You type in your username and password, everyone can just listen up those and record them on the network as they go. The “green lock” is just not enough. In the olden days, people were told just to look for that little green padlock that says that the site has a security certificate on it. But that’s not enough these days. So the green lock what it means is that your connection is being encrypted from and to from the website. So if you’re connected to a malicious website, your connection is going to be encrypted but it doesn’t mean a website…

  • Tutorial: Free SSL Certificate Installation in CentOS 7 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)
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    Tutorial: Free SSL Certificate Installation in CentOS 7 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)

    In this video, you’re going to learn how to install a valid SSL certificate on a CentOS Linux server running the Apache web server. By the way, the SSL certificate you’ll install will be issued by Let’s encrypt entirely for free. Traditionally you’ve had to pay for SSL certificates and renew them each year incurring additional costs. Well, with Let’s Encrypt that’s all changed. Before you start configuring your Linux server, I want to give you some important background information. This won’t be long, just about a minute or so. Now as a quick reminder, SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and it allows for encrypted communications between a user’s…

  • How we simply cloud security with Cloud One
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    How we simply cloud security with Cloud One

    I Think it’s becoming more and more important that developers Understand security but also that we make integrating security really really easy Like a click of a button if you would so that developers don’t have to think about it as much and they don’t have to know all of the ins and outs they just Have to know what they need to use to protect their applications With cloud one I think that having all of these security tools in one unified place will really help developers see the bigger security picture and Enable them to choose the right tool for the top security sort of gets tossed to…