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  1. Are we starting to see the end of unencrypted HTTP?

    A little less than a year ago, Mozilla announced that they will be deprecating “non-secure” HTTP. The response was unending flattery and congratulations for pioneering online security and privacy, hailing the coming of a completely encrypted web. No, I know. Of course it wasn’t. It was a still burning shitstorm of insults, death threats and endless repetitions of the word “boycott”. […]

  2. WordPress security essentials

    The more you work with WordPress, the more you learn about how people try to crack and abuse it. It’s sad that some people will always try to spoil our fun, and it tarnishes an otherwise great platform. That said, once something becomes so popular, it’s entirely expected that a lot of attention will be devoted to compromising its security. Luckily, protecting WordPress […]

  3. Pairing WordPress with Amazon’s CloudFront CDN

    Like everybody else on the planet, I’m very fond of stuff that just works. Many web developers, myself included, operate on the assumption that something will always break, and that makes it all the sweeter when it doesn’t. With the 2014 version of our company website, we decided to implement Amazon’s CloudFront CDN for all our static content. And, what […]

  4. A guide to security for small businesses

    Often times, as a security professional, I speak about enterprise-related issues and tend to ignore the small guy. Since small business is the backbone of the USA and most other countries, I think it’s time I gave a nod to them and told them a bit about security for small businesses and why it’s so important. First off, you might […]

  5. Starting to write a blog for your business

    But for those that find it a struggle, there’s a great free programme that helps you by getting you to write 750 words every day. To be honest, this programme is great for clearing your mind as well. It helps yo focus as well as get started!