Security - Page 3

  • Phishing in new gTLDs up 1,000% but .com still the worst

    … The .com domain is still the runaway leader TLD for phishing, with new gTLDs still being used for a tiny minority of attacks, according to new research. .com domains accounted for 51% of all phishing in 2016, despite only having 48% of the domains in the “general population”, according to the 2017 Phishing Trends & Intelligence Report from…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 26 readers -
  • Security Investments All Entrepreneurs Should Think About

    … deterrent. The surveillance security measure can be boosted by extending its power to logging recorded faces, clothing, and other qualities such as, mannerisms and how they walk to a database to make identification easier. Even residential systems and alarms can be used effectively on your business, warehouse, or home business. Printer Protection Cyber…

    Blogtrepreneur- 35 readers -
  • Yahoo reveals that hack was worse than previously thought

    … Yahoo reveals that hack was worse than previously thought It seems that getting any kind of vital information out of tech dinosaur Yahoo is like pulling teeth, from a rabid badger. It was made public recently that Yahoo’s infamous hack that compromised 500 million accounts was worse than just stolen passwords. Now Yahoo is revealing that some…

    Greg's Corner- 16 readers -
  • Why I’m Blaming WordPress For Its Own Security Flaws

    … Last year I wrote about a website got hacked and received a severe Google penalty. This really put website security on my radar, and I wrote a follow-up about performing basic site security scans to thwart most automated hacking scripts. Since then I’ve developed my web security offering and am helping more and more clients with implementing…

    Barry Adams/ State of Digitalin SEO Blogging- 21 readers -
  • ICANN joins anti-phishing group board

    … ICANN’s VP of security has joined the board of directors of the Anti-Phishing Working Group. Dave Piscitello is one of three new APWG board members, arriving as the group expands its board from two people to five. APWG said the expansion “is recognition of the growing complexity and scale of Internet crime today and the challenges…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 36 readers -
  • My bullets are green, but my post doesn’t rank?!

    … crap is published on your site, without you knowing it. This really happens! Keep reading: ‘WordPress Security’ » Internal linking structure A reason for your post not to end up high in the search engines , could be because other parts of your SEO strategy are not optimized. The structure of your site – the internal linking structure – is a very…

    Marieke Van De Rakt/ Yoast- 28 readers -
  • 6 Simple Tips To Keep Your WordPress Website Secure In 2017

    … New Year, New President, new web host (if you just joined us), now is a great time to do a security audit of your WordPress website! Unfortunately most people put this off until its to late costing them unwanted downtime and extra expenses trying to get it cleaned. In the last two weeks I’ve personally […] The post 6 Simple Tips To Keep Your…

    Ryan Gray/ IMGRINDin Blogging- 12 readers -
  • New phishing attack targets GMail

    … New phishing attack targets GMail For those of you who may not know, phishing is a type of scheme where an entity casts a wide net to a number of users in order to obtain the personal information of a few random victims. It’s like fishing but with a ‘ph’ because the internet likes to misspell things. A new phishing attack has appeared…

    Greg's Corner- 22 readers -
  • Ask Yoast: security measures new domain

    …” – there are some things to consider concerning security and SEO when moving your website to a new domain. In this Ask Yoast, we’ll answer a question from Anbu Devilhunter: “If I move to a new domain are there any security measures I should take? Check out the video or read the answer below! Optimize your site for search & social media…

    Joost De Valk/ Yoast- 22 readers -
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