Website & Hosting

Why you should use a VPN service to prevent cyber threats

by Guest

Not sure which cybersecurity options are worth investing in? These days, users are increasingly turning to premium VPN services to thwart hackers and snoops. Top VPN Canada here with a quick overview of why a quality VPN service is one of the most effective ways to protect your online security and privacy.

HSTS Preload List: submit your domain, improve user security

by Daniel

HTTPS ensures data is transmitted securely, but HSTS takes online security a step further. By submitting your HTTPS encrypted website to a special HSTS Preload List, you’ll prevent browsers from making insecure HTTP connections. Here's how it works.

SSL certificate a must for your SME's website security in 2018

by Daniel

Think your SME doesn't need an SSL certificate? Think again. A recent slew of Chrome updates, not to mention the GDPR, means SMEs in 2018 must be more vigilant than ever with ensuring website security. SMEs without an SSL certificate are not only compromising their customers; they're putting their business at risk. Seriously.

Domain name branding DIY-style for small business websites

by Guest

Want to take that new domain you've registered for your small business website and start building it up into a well-established, profitable brand? Don't go straight to outsourcing just because you're a bit uncertain. See how you get on with these DIY domain name branding ideas! You may find you're the right person for the job!

Symantec SSL certificates distrusted by Google Chrome 66

by Daniel

Owners of Symantec SSL certificates (as well as those of its subsidiaries) should replace their certificates as soon as possible. From April 17th, Google Chrome 66 is issuing a big scary red warning to users that your site is distrusted. EuroDNS customers? No worries! You're good to go with our trusted GlobalSign SSL certificates!

Avoiding Chrome 68 security warning with an SSL certificate

by Daniel

Your site's running without an SSL certificate? Beware. Google’s Chrome 68 is now slapping a “not secure” warning on all non-encrypted HTTP websites so visitors understand lack of HTTPS encryption poses a security risk. With Chrome 68’s arrival, you can't afford to not have an SSL certificate.

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