Security


For years now, Google has been pushing webmasters to make the change to HTTPS. In July 2018, Google will be kicking it up a notch: ALL HTTP websites will soon be marked as “not secure,” starting with Chrome 68. We have already seen the changes that Google has made to urge website owners to use […]

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For years, Google has been actively encouraging website owners to implement SSL certificates. Google has now kicked it up a notch by moving from a reward system to a punitive one. Previously, websites using SSL get an SEO boost, but now any HTTP websites with any kind of text input will be flagged with a […]

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Why am I getting “mixed content” warnings on my web page? Mixed content warnings occur when a website is on HTTPS but the site pages still contains elements that are hosted on HTTP instead. Say you’re visiting a website over HTTPS but the web page’s source code is pulling in other resources with the insecure […]

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Heads up: Google is getting even more serious about HTTPS. Find out what this means for you and your website, and steps you can take to make sure your site is ready for their policy changes! In the past, Google has already started to incentivize moving your website from HTTP to HTTPS. For example, Google […]

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The Slider Revolution Premium plugin, one of the most downloaded slider plugins from the WordPress plugin marketplace Code Canyon, has been reported for a serious vulnerability found in it. This vulnerability is a type of Local File Inclusion (LFI) attack which allows attacker to access, review, and download a local file on the server. In […]

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Sucuri, an online firm that offers website scanning, monitoring, and malware removal services, has recently found a serious security vulnerability in the Custom Contact Forms plugin. This plugin enables users to create customizable contact form on their WordPress websites and has a record of over 600,000 downloads. Therefore, the impact is pretty huge over the […]

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