Category Archives: Security Alerts

Introducing Standard SSL Certs!

An SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, Certificate is basically a little piece of code that allows the connection between your computer and the server that the website you are visiting to be encrypted as data is transferred between them.  In the past an SSL certificate was only really needed when the information that was being ...
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End of Year Checklist: Part 1 – Your Website

Use Recommendations (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Make sure your website and marketing is ready for 2015 I recently did a presentation at one of the networking groups I am a member of.  Instead of talking about Your-Web-Guys and all the boring geek stuff we do, I figured it would be better for everyone if I gave some ...
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End of Year Checklist: Part 3 – Your Other Stuff

Make sure your website and marketing is ready for 2015 an old post card (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I recently did a presentation at one of the networking groups I am a member of.  Instead of talking about Your-Web-Guys and all the boring geek stuff we do, I figured it would be better for everyone if I ...
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End of Year Checklist: Part 2 – Your Marketing

Make sure your website and marketing is ready for 2015 Yes check (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I recently did a presentation at one of the networking groups I am a member of.  Instead of talking about Your-Web-Guys and all the boring geek stuff we do, I figured it would be better for everyone if I gave some ...
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What you need to know about Heartbleed

Recently, a major security vulnerability named "Heartbleed" has made headlines around the world. This is a severe vulnerability stemming from a coding mistake in a widely-used security utility called OpenSSL. The bug affects the encryption technology designed to protect your sensitive data on the Internet, like usernames, passwords and emails. This is a flaw in t ...
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