Regardless of the type of website, major browsers will soon start showing negative security indicators for sites that don’t use SSL.

Regardless of the type of website, major browsers are starting to show negative security indicators for sites that don’t use SSL. Google, Mozilla, and other internet companies have embarked on a mission to make insecure HTTP a thing of the past. Major browsers have begun actively telling users that HTTP is not secure and with every update, ... Read More »

13th Mar 2020
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12th Mar 2020
Now you can have more than one card on file.

Due to many requests, you may now have more than one card on file and set one as the default card and switch between them!

12th Mar 2020
Microsoft Warns of Zero-Day Internet Explorer Exploits

Microsoft says it's prepping a patch to fix a memory corruption flaw in multiple versions of Internet Explorer that is being exploited by in-the-wild attackers. In a security alert issued on Friday, Microsoft says the vulnerability - designated CVE-2020-0674 - is present in IE9 running on Windows Server 2008, IE10 running on Windows Server 2012 ... Read More »

20th Jan 2020
Exploit Fully Breaks SHA-1

Users of GnuPG, OpenSSL and Git could be in danger from an attack that’s practical for ordinary attackers to carry out. A proof-of-concept attack has been pioneered that “fully and practically” breaks the Secure Hash Algorithm 1 (SHA-1) code-signing encryption, used by legacy computers to sign the certificates that authenticate ... Read More »

10th Jan 2020
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Urges Firefox Users to Update Browser

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is urging Firefox users to update their browser to protect against a critical vulnerability that is under active attack.The vulnerability could allow an attacker to take control of an affected system: Mozilla has released security updates to address a vulnerability in Firefox and Firefox ESR. An attacker ... Read More »

10th Jan 2020
SSL is no longer OPTIONAL.


SSL Certificates are fundamental to internet security. They are used to establish an encrypted connection and allow data to be transmitted securely between a browser or user's computer and a server or website.

21st Mar 2019
Automatically scan your website for malware and protect online reputation

Website security & malware protection for your website SiteLock™, the global leader in website security, protects your website to give you peace of mind. SiteLock's Daily Malware Scanning identifies vulnerabilities and known malicious code and automatically removes it from your website to protect your website and visitors against ... Read More »

21st Mar 2019
NEW! Protect your website with daily automated backups

Every 0.65 seconds, a new web page is infected with malware. Protect your site from data loss and corruption, as well as against threats from viruses, hackers and malware with Daily Automated Website Backups from CodeGuard. With CodeGuard Website Backup, your website is backed up daily and if disaster strikes, you can restore your site to a ... Read More »

21st Mar 2019
6 Ways You Put Your Data at Risk When You Travel

You probably don't even know you're doing it. Over the past five years, we’ve seen data breaches at hotel chains including Marriott, Hyatt, InterContinental Hotel Group, and Omni Hotels and Resorts to Hilton Worldwide, Trump Hotels, and Mandarin Oriental. And in the last year alone, air carriers such as Cathay Pacific Airways, Delta Airlines, ... Read More »

12th Dec 2018