How To Redirect Your CMS Website, WordPress to HTTPS

So you got your HTTPS (SSL Security Certificate) from one of the SSL Certificate Authority (CA) and have it installed on your web server. What are the next steps to make sure you leverage the HTTPS to maximize the benefits that it would bring for your website. Common mistakes by website owner over HTTPS A…

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Chrome & Firefox To Distrust WoSign/StartCom Certs

If you currently own any SSL certificates issued by the CA Authority WoSign or StartCom SSL, it might be time for you to start to look into alternatives options to replace your SSL certificate. Beginning 1st Jan 2017, both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox will be releasing an update on the browser version (Chrome v56…

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Website with HTTP Will Be Marked as Not Secure by Google

On the latest security announcement update by Google Security team, website that does not have any SSL certificate installed (that reflect with a https on the URL) will be marked as “Not Secure” by Google Chrome (version 56) effectively from Jan 2017. The roll out will be by phase starting on the page that collect…

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3 Reasons Why You Need an SSL [one of them is surprising]

More websites are sporting ‘https’ secure connections these days. What’s gives, and how do you know if your website could use an SSL certificate, too? You may or may not have noticed this, but some website URLs contain an extra ‘s’ in their domain name: “https://”. If you’re like most, you don’t have a clue…

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How to choose between the type of SSL certificate available – personal, business or enterprise?

Nowadays, every company offers their product in diverse packages. They can have a personal plan, business or enterprise. At first thought, you might be tempted to buy the personal packaging. Hey! It´s quite understandable! Who doesn´t want to save some money, when it comes to buying a product or services?  But let´s be honest, in…

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New OpenSSL Vulnerabilities

Description A critical new vulnerability was announced in OpenSSL that might affect your web servers. If you’re using a web server that relies on OpenSSL, you should obtain the patched version of OpenSSL and deploy it on your web server. The vulnerability does not impact your certificates. Action Required Check to see if any of…

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How To Choose The Right SSL Certificate

Consider this, you have build your online business website and put it up on the Internet and before you started any campaign to market your business, you know that online security is one of the important aspect of your business website – you need to ensure customer sensitive data is being protected so they will…

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InfoGraphics : Holiday Shopping Tips For Online Business

As year end is just a week ahead, most of the online shoppers will try to grab their purchase through the year end promotions campaign by retailer. If you own an online store business with promotion campaign, here’s something you would need to take care off.

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Comodo UCC SSL Certificate For Exchange 2007/2010/2013 Server

Comodo Unified Communication (UC) Secure multiple unique domains and subdomains on a single Unified Communications Certificate (UCC). Save money over buying individual certificates and consolidate your certificate needs in one UCC supported by MS® Exchange 2007/2010 and OCS 2007. Buy New OR Renew Your Comodo Unified Communication (UC) Business-validated certificate 128/256 bit encryption Trusted by…

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What Is SSL & Why Do You Need One For Your Website?

What Is SSL Certificate? SSL is the acronym for Secure Sockets Layer and is the Internet standard security technology used to establish an encrypted (or safe) link between a web server (website) and your browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc…). This secured link ensures that the data/information that is passed from your web browser…

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