Any savvy web shopper will know to look out for the encryption symbol when buying on the web. It’s the little padlock that signals that a website is safe to use. Using SSL/TLS Protocol encryption means that no ‘man in the middle attacks’ can steal sensitive information like your credit card details.
You can secure your website too. The process is easier than it has ever been before, has lower costs to implement and can often even be free. Web sites secured with SSL will need to have installed an SSL certificate.
Do you have a WordPress website that is turning into a pain to manage? It may be because your plugin management strategy needs improvement. Plugins in WordPress are meant to make your life easier but if they incorrectly managed they can create the opposite result.
Website security is a crucial and should not be over looked, in this article I’d like to introduce you to some of the most common security threats and what can be done to combat them.
SQL injection can happen when users provide data which is not sanitised. The attacker’s hostile data can trick the website into executing unintended commands or accessing data without proper authorization.