Why Is My Website Getting Hacked?!

Last month when multiple security weaknesses were discovered on Open SSL – the software used by thousands of companies to encrypt online communications – the world got reminded of how interdependent we are on everyone maintaining his or her website security – especially those who maintain the web components we all share.  The fact is, we have come to expect […]

Freak Attack: What You Need To Know

Remember the Heartbleed vulnerability in SSL/TLS (Security protocols for the Internet)?  There is a newly discovered vulnerability called the Freak Attack that was making the rounds in the cryptography talk circles on the night of March 3, 2015. RSA Export sites are highly vulnerable to this bug and that’s quite a number of sites (into the […]

The SOS Newsletter: Help for your web stuff – August 2014

dit-dit-dit/dah-dah-dah… August has come and gone and its back to school for many.  Malware seems to be in the rise.  What can you do if you find malware on your Facebook account?  How can you decrypt your files being held for ransom by malware?  In this newsletter you can learn how to handle both successfully.  What’s the […]

The SOS Newsletter: Help for your web stuff – JULY 2014

dit-dit-dit/dah-dah-dah/dit-dit-dit… July has just whizzed right on by.  Seems like its been packed with a lot of things to do like work, maintaining security on your sites, summer vacations and Client events.  So let’s try to catch the last of July before it runs out on us. Passwords.  They have to be strong and long to be […]