There are roughly one billion active websites online, or one for every seven people alive right now. Every single second, a couple new websites are born into this world. That’s a lot of websites, so how are they being created, and how do you make one? And also, how do you keep it secure from all the cyber threats out there? Secure Your Website With These 6 Steps The steps needed for making a website,
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Cloudbric received a lot of questions about our web application security service, and in our mission to democratize cyber security, we try our best to make the information readily available. We post a lot of answers in our Help Center, but every week we will give a longer answer about one question. This week, a user asks… How is Cloudbric Different From Penta Security’s Web Application Firewall? The main difference between Cloudbric and Penta Security’s
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So you want to serve up your website for any hacker to break into. Sure, I guess…who am I to judge? Here are 7 Things You Should Not Do Unless You Want Your Website Hacked. Once again, if you’re a sensible human being you really should never find yourself doing any of these things. 1. Ignore Security Updates They may be a nuisance, but updates patch up newly discovered bugs in software. Not installing updates
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Cloudbric received a lot of questions about our web application security service, and in our mission to democratize cyber security, we try our best to make the information readily available. We post a lot of answers in our Help Center, but every week we will give a longer answer about one question. This week, a user asks… Can Cloudbric Help With DDoS Attacks? If your site is unprotected by a web application firewall (WAF) like
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If you’re a WordPress user, your site might not be as safe as you think. The first half of 2015 has seen a colorful variety of exploits that could be used on your website, and an especially high number of serious vulnerabilities exposed in WordPress’s various plugins. According to reports released by the non-profit Exploit Database (EDB), February received a record nigh number of bug reports, with 62 vulnerabilities reported, significantly higher than the January-June
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Cloudbric received a lot of questions about our web application security service, and in our mission to democratize cyber security, we try our best to make the information readily available. We post a lot of answers in our Help Center, but every week we will give a longer answer about one question. This week’s question is: Can I Also Protect My Subdomains With Cloudbric? Yes, Cloudbric can protect your domain along with any subdomains. First,
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You’ve heard of Cyber Pearl Harbor, but the Cyber Zombie Apocalypse is here today. Has your website been consumed by the growing zombie hordes? Okay, fair enough, if I were sitting next to you on a park bench saying this, you’d be looking for the nearest police officer. There (probably) are no zombies roaming the earth feasting on the brains of the living and turning them into zombies. The same cannot be said for the online reality
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Houston, Texas – July 20, 2015 – The Online Trust Alliance (OTA) released its annual Online Trust Honor Roll, ranking websites based on their security features. The results may come as a shock to you, at least if you were previously unaware of and unprepared for all the security threats out there in cyberspace. For the rest of us, we just shook our heads sadly. The OTA handed out grades to around 1,000 websites in
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Cloudbric received a lot of questions about our web application security service, and in our mission to democratize cybersecurity, we try our best to make the information readily available. We post a lot of answers in our Help Center, but every week we will give a longer answer about one question. This week, a user asks… What’s the Difference Between Changing the Name Server and A-Record? When you register for Cloudbric, there are two ways
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2015 has seen a proliferation of new TV shows about hackers, hacking, and cyber security. But how well do they hold up to reality? Which ones raise awareness of cyber security and which are way off in he clouds? And how do you make an activity that’s about as dull as watching a grade school student doing homework into riveting TV? These four shows that debuted in 2015 each have their own unique approach, and
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