Security

  • 12 Signs That Your WordPress Site is Hacked

    We are often asked what are some signs that indicate a WordPress site is hacked? There are some common telltale signs that may help you figure out if your WordPress site is hacked or compromised. In this article, we will share 12 common signs that your WordPress site is hacked. 1. Sudden Drop in Website […]

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  • Virtual Vulnerabilities: 6 Steps Toward Making Your WordPress Site More Secure

    WordPress sites are a godsend in the website-world, as they allow potential entrepreneurs to create and manage a web page through an easy-to-understand medium. Breaking down the imposing and prohibitively steep learning curve of programming and coding a website from scratch, or the reasonably high cost of paying a programmer to make you one, WordPress […]

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  • Make Sure You Avoid These Security Mistakes in Your Next Project

    Whether you’re building a website, application or server, make sure you don’t make these security mistakes on your next project. 1. Insufficient Backups Backups are a crucial part of running a anything online. They preserve your data in the event of a system crash or user error, and they can also save you from security […]

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  • 10 Must-have Chrome Security Extensions

    From managing tabs to increasing productivity, Chrome has a whole bunch of handy extensions to empower the user. For me, Chrome is the go-to browser through which I manage my financial accounts and sensitive data. But to ensure all of that information stays safe, I take advantage of multiple Chrome security extensions that turn out […]

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  • Facebook Redesigns its Security Menu for Easier Navigation

    Facebook’s old security menu isn’t the most intuitive one available, considering the fact that simple features such as two-factor authentication were given bizarre names like “login approvals”. Well, the days of perplexing security menus may soon be behind us, as Facebook has announced that it is currently rolling out a much more streamlined security menu. […]

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  • Apple Users Beware: This Malware Uses MS Word to Infect macOS

    Macro-based attacks stemming from malicious Microsoft Word documents have existed for a while now as it is still considered one of the most effective ways to compromise a Windows machine. Now, it appears that this form of attack is making its way to the Mac as well. 10 Tools To Protect Computer From Infected USB […]

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  • Facebook Rolls Out Delegated Recovery Security Feature

    Facebook has been busy boosting up its security systems with the company quite recently implementing support for U2F security keys on its website. Now, the company is looking towards the future of second-factor authentication as it has begun trials for a new system called “Delegated Recovery“. 9 Ways To Keep Hackers off Your Facebook Account […]

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  • 15 Ways to Strengthen Your Privacy in Windows 10

    Windows 10 is popular for several reasons including the criticism on some of its features that violate or threaten your privacy. Cortana, though highly useful at times, seeks too much personal information about you like any other personal digital assistant in the market. 6 Ways to Access Windows 10 Boot Options Menu 6 Ways to […]

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  • Facebook Makes its Privacy Settings Easier to Grasp With “Privacy Basics”

    Ensuring that your Facebook account is only accessible to people you know can be an overwhelming experience as the social network service has a privacy setting menu that is rather extensive. 5 Facebook Privacy Settings You Should Know 5 Facebook Privacy Settings You Should Know In the midst of all the fun connecting with family […]

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  • You Can Now Protect Your Facebook Account with Security Keys

    Two-factor authentication has been an option for those who wished to beef up the security of their Facebook accounts for a while now. However, if you feel that two-factor authentication isn’t secure enough, Facebook has added yet another security measure to the mix: physical security keys. 9 Ways To Keep Hackers off Your Facebook Account […]

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  • Instagram warns you if someone screenshots an exchange done in Instagram Direct

    Whenever someone sends a temporary message via Instagram Direct, chances are good that they don’t want the message to be recorded forever. For those who circumvent this feature by screenshotting said temporary message, you might want to know that Instagram is testing out a feature that will alert its users should you decide to screenshot […]

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  • Why All Web Developers Need To Be Up-to-speed on Security in 2017

    Countless businesses, organizations and even individual professionals rely on web developers in order to create and maintain a quality site. While an attractive, informative and full-featured site is often essential when it comes to online sales revenue, customer and client interaction and digital promotional efforts, businesses that fail to address the potential risks associated with […]

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  • 20 Best Security WordPress Plugins

    If you want to ensure that your website is protected from intruders, these best security WordPress plugins will surely help you out! WordPress is a solid, secure framework but it’s not immune to hackers. Having weak passwords, unsecured servers, and un-updated plugins may increase your risk of an attack. These security plugins for WordPress will make sure […]

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  • Niantic rolls out new security measures for Pokémon Go; Cheaters up in arms

    Cheating and botting in Pokémon Go is pretty common, with many relying on third party software to spoof their locations and automate the game in order to gain levels. Niantic‘s reaction towards cheating has been relatively tame so far, but that has changed on Friday, as the cheaters discovered that Niantic has silently updated the […]

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  • Advanced Tips & Tricks for Better Online Privacy and Security

    With social networks and tons of places to spend time online it is important to be aware of security measures you can take and what pitfalls to avoid. With the default stock configuration of your systems and browsers, you should be safe but whether you are safe enough depends on how seriously you take your […]

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  • What the Dropbox Hack Can Teach You About the State of Web Security

    In the past week, Dropbox had been making headlines over a hack which saw the email addresses and passwords of 68 million Dropbox accounts compromised. For any Dropbox user this is of course a point of concern, particularly if you store anything in Dropbox, be it personal or for work. Your photos, documents, data etc […]

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  • Tips to Keep WordPress Secure

    With each passing day, strong security becomes more important. This article explains some ways to keep WordPress secure while improving the overall security of your WordPress-powered site. Most of the tips provided here are practice-based security steps that require no plugins or hacks. The idea here is that you don’t need to make changes to […]

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  • Choosing the Right Web Performance Tool – A Bird’s Eye View

    These days more and more developers and operations managers are turning to web performance tools so that they can work harder and faster. And it won’t be wrong to say that more than hard work, with these performance testing solutions, you can also work in a smarter way. According to market trends, consumers are opting […]

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  • 10 Reasons We Won’t Need Passwords In the Future

    According to a popular saying, passwords are like underwear: change them often, keep them private, don’t share them with anyone else. Due to the large number of tools and services we need to use, the number of passwords we need to remember are skyrocketing, with security requirements of passwords becoming more and more complicated with […]

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  • 10 URLs to Find Out What Google Knows About You

    Google is much more than just a search giant. It is also home to many of your favorite products: Gmail, YouTube, and Chrome, just to name a few. Apart from that, it also offers many products to help you keep track of your data. Most of these are hidden deep inside the My Account dashboard, […]

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