Why Website Owners Should Consider Switching To HTTPS by William Kenny To understand the need to switch to HTTPS, it is first necessary to understand the difference between standard HTTP and HTTPS. HTTP stands for hypertext transfer protocol, a protocol that defines how information is exchanged between a client (browser) and a web server. Every time a user connects to a website, the user's browser sends a request to the server that lets the server know what is being sought. The Read More
There's a quirky detective TV series in France called sœurtherese.com (translation: SisterTheresa.com). At the end of each episode, the ex-husband of the titular crime-busting nun makes the error of calling her blog soeurthese.fr. It's a reasonable mistake to make given that .fr is the official top-level domain for the country in which the show is set. But Therese's retort is always the same: "Dot-com, Gerard. It's sœurtherese dot-com
." Though fictional, Therese voices on a weekly basis what switched-on internet users already know: Read More
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What is a Website Template?
For the most part, people from all over the world want to have a top-notch website. In order to get your website done, there is no need to spend a good deal of time on building your website. Actually, there is a wide range of online-projects that you can launch these days. You may dream of getting a stylish blog, user-friendly eCommerce online-project or eye-catching business website. In all of these cases, a ready-made website template can turn out to be your Read More
To follow up with our latest article, besides CBT Locker Ransomware affecting WordPress websites, this past month many internet users experienced another well known ransomware program called WannaCry. This malicious program would encrypt files by adding .WCRY to the end of the files. Those affected were threatened to pay a ransom of $300 in bitcoins. If those infected did not comply the amount would double eventually leading up to the deletion of the infected files. As of May 12th, Europe experienced the worst of WannaCry. The United Kingdom was a Read More