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How to Make Your Passwords More Secure

Your business’s security is only as good as the passwords protecting it. If your company practices poor password hygiene, it’s easy for attackers to gain access to sensitive information, data, and even finances. Creating strong, unique passwords is necessary for every account (business or personal) you set up. Using insecure passwords (like “password”) or using …

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How to Make Your Passwords More Secure

The pursuit of better passwords is a constant uphill battle that we continually educate clients about. One of the biggest obstacles is that we\’re all human, and we\’re habitual by nature, so if we don\’t train ourselves to use more secure passwords, we often find ourselves using insecure passwords instead because they are easy to remember and we assume no one will ever guess them.

Increased WordPress Security for our Business Hosting Clients

Our team is constantly searching out new ways to help increase the security of our client\’s websites on our Business hosting platform, and today we have rolled out a new security feature.  The majority of our clients host WordPress sites with us, and we also love WordPress sites!  However, it is very important to ensure …

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Easily protect yourself from widget jacking

Do you roam with your laptop? Do you use hotspots or guest wireless networks? If you answered yes to both of these questions, then you need to read this. I know what you\’re thinking: Another security issue I have to worry about? Everything I\’ve done to keep my computer safe still isn\’t good enough? Not …

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We Respect You, Your Data, and Your Privacy

I was at a client site earlier today (home user). His hard drive is failing, so I let him know I would need to get one, and come back. He asked me to take his desktop computer with me and work on it over the weekend. I explained that we are not allowed to remove hardware from a client location, barring extreme circumstances, and there are forms to fill out for that.

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