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Keep Your Versions UpdatedThis is one of the simplest ways to stay a step or two ahead of the hackers. By downloading the newest versions and updates of Windows, WordPress, and your antivirus platform, you can make your applications or website just tough enough to crack. That way, hackers won’t bother with your site and instead move on to some other site whose owner hasn’t been as vigilant.Beef Up Your PasswordsOk, it’s 2010. The web’s been around for some time now. Isn’t it time you changed your password from your spouse’s name, “123456” or the dreaded “password?” If this past
The Web Browser is Essential to Your Computer’s Security
Even the best firewalls, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and other protective measures will not enough to guard Web applications against every attack. It is infinitely more difficult for security professionals to figure out what new and innovative trick will be used to bypass security than it is for hackers to find that trick.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology protects your Web site and makes it easy for customers to trust you. Millions of consumers recognize the "padlock" which appears in their browser to indicate they are viewing a secure webpage.
2006-2007 has been the years that online shopping has come into its own with online consumers spending a record $65.1 billion in merchandise via the web. More and more people are getting comfortable with online shopping and are engaging in online shopping, research and exploration of various membership and subscription sites.