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Https Firefox Behavior In October 2017
A few weeks ago, we published a blog post on HTTPS, and Google Chrome’s plan to start displaying warnings on their browser when users enter information into a form on a website that is not running under a Secure HTTPS SSL Certificate. Google notified website owners of this important change via Google Search Console and...
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Http Www Website Links Search Box Graphic Concept
For most of 2017, HTTPS has been a hot topic in the tech world. In June we posted the nitty gritty details of the secure version of the HTTP protocol. Today we are here to tell you that the HTTPS train continues to gain speed and it’s time to hop on board. Beginning in October,...
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If you’ve been paying attention to website trends, you’re likely seeing more and more websites using HTTPS and you’re probably wondering about your own website. Before you decide what’s right for you, it is important to understand the difference between HTTP and HTTPS, and what is behind all the chatter about security and Google rankings....
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If you decide to sell a product online, you have many options to choose from when looking for software to power your online store. The most popular website publishing platform today is WordPress. In fact, more than 25% of all websites today are powered by WordPress, with the closest competitors not even coming close. WordPress...
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Why Wordpress
Choosing a Content Management System (CMS) can be a daunting task. Between Joomla, ModX, Ruby on Rails, Drupal, Concrete5, DotNetNuke, Umbraco, TinyCMS, and WordPress, among others, there are certainly plenty of options to choose from.   In this article we discuss why we build a vast majority of our websites in WordPress and what advantages it...
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Protect your e-mail account from hacking attempts A few weeks ago we published this article explaining what you can do to help prevent your WordPress Website from being hacked. The article outlines a number of WordPress Plugins and hosting security measures that we use to ensure that our customers’ websites remain free of malware. But...
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As you may have heard, there was a serious vulnerability on the Internet discovered on April 7th. This bug, known as Heartbleed, enters through a vulnerability in the OpenSSL library. The newly discovered weakness in OpenSSL would have allowed for memory and private information on any infected website or server to be read by virtually...
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Lock Down Your Wordpress Installation
Iceberg Web Design takes website hacking very seriously, which is why we do all that we can to protect our customers’ websites from being exploited. From the use of security plugins to common sense practices when setting up your website, keeping the software updated, and strong security measures on our hosting servers, we are doing...
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