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How SSL Certificates Boost Your Domain Trustworthiness

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Description: It's widely recognized that SSL certs boost your domain trustworthiness, but how does that work? Learn the important beats, quick and easy! As oblique as it might sound at first, domain trust is the single most important signifier of a website's value in the given search engine result pages. Search engines grade domains depending on the perceived amount of… [read more →]

Reasons to Get SSL Certificates: The What And Why

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Description: Not sure if you need an SSL certificate for your website? Here are some extremely convincing reasons to get SSL certificates, and fast! As ubiquitous as SSL certificates might be in this day and age, quantifying their specific boons isn't always easy. An ideal SSL certificate doesn't really make itself known, after all, and an SSL certificate's… [read more →]

SSL/TLS best practices

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Don’t worry about ciphers… if you’re using TLS 1.3 If you’re in the enviable position to be fully in control of your endpoints, TLS 1.3 is secure by default. The protocol deprecates a lot of technologies supported in earlier protocols solely for backwards compatibility. Additionally, in earlier versions of TLS, your cipher list must have been carefully curated in order to support perfect forward secrecy… [read more →]

Domain Hijacking and Strategies to Protect Yourself From Attacks

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The visibility and overall success of any business with an online presence start with a good domain name. Unique, tailored, and specific domain names intuitively drive consumers and potential customers alike to a product or service. Once a business has secured a domain, they should fight tooth and nail to keep it, lest they subject themselves to a lengthy (and costly) rebranding exercise. Anyone… [read more →]

Best Practices For Securing Your SaaS

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Over the past decade or so, software as a service has become a ubiquitous licensing and delivery model that has innumerable practical boons both for the end-user and for the developer. Much as is the case with virtually any other licensing model, however, there are faults to it, and some of them are endemic to the fact that SaaS providers need to rely on some sort of a centralised hosting system… [read more →]