To transmit your data securely

To transmit your data securely

Most control panels have secure and non-secure URL for the administrators to sign in. Plesk uses 8880 for non-secure (HTTP) and 8443 for secure login. (HTTPS). WHM & cPanel has separate port too. Recently, you can sign in to Plesk securely using the server hostname without port numbers. Plesk and WHM, as well as cPanel […]

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To protect your admin Login

To protect your admin Login

I have seen many websites are built using open-source CMS like WordPress, Joomla etc. The most common mistake they have made was leaving their admin login panel unrestrictedly. In the worst case, the default username and the simple password are used. Until the website was uploaded with unwanted software sending spam emails, unknown redirection, undesired [...]Read More »
Security and Conveniences 

Security and Conveniences 

Today, it is a short topic. I probably need a couple of days for my holiday. Anyway, it is about security and conveniences. Most have gotten used to accessing an email account, an admin panel etc with a simple username and 'an easy to remember password' or a simple password. I'm sure I was used [...]Read More »
Sucuri, Patchman & Imunify360

Sucuri, Patchman & Imunify360

Today, we share to look at the difference between these web protections you can find in the web hosting market. They are popular and if you are comparing to some enterprise solutions, they are affordable especially good for SME. Web protection is necessary for today cybersecurity for websites are built using outsourced frameworks. But, what [...]Read More »
A Paid SSL certificate

A Paid SSL certificate

Why do some go for a paid SSL certificate while you can an SSL certificate for free? There is no difference in encryption if you are using a free SSL certificate, they are the same in terms of functionality. However, some would still prefer a paid SSL certificate. There are a few reasons why you […]

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How often should you change your password

How often should you change your password

Many organizations require mandatory password changes, consider this is best practice in security. However, this might not be the case anymore and there are many pros and cons to this practice. For those has been changing the password regularly, maybe it's time for you to have a look having your password changed often makes sense [...]Read More »
What does an SSL certificate mean to you?

What does an SSL certificate mean to you?

I'm not sure it was when but I have spoken to many, they have a faint idea on what is HTTP and HTTPS. What does an SSL certificate mean to you? Why do you buy an SSL certificate? Here's your chance to have a better understanding of the purposes of an SSL certificate. The major [...]Read More »
Own a static IP address

Own a static IP address

This is a debatable question but personally I feel that if you have sensitive information or data and they are hosted on the internet or accessible through the internet, you should own a static or a permanent IP address. A permanent or static IP address does not have a short leasing period. It should be [...]Read More »