Google’s Next Move Against Non-SSL Websites

Sep, 26, 2017 | Business Websites, Community, Online Security | 19 Comments
Google's Next Move Against Non-SSL Websites

If you wish to seek assistance or need some questions answered, feel free to call our sales team on 1300 694 678. From July 1st, Google Chrome 68 will be released which aims to further take the fight to websites that are still running without an SSL certificate, and are therefore insecure. Any sites that do not have SSL Certificates will be prominently marked in the address bar: The purpose of installing an SSL certificate is to encrypt the data travelling between your website and your visitors, ensuring that malicious third-parties can’t get their hands on the sensitive data your customers…

We’ve Been Doing Passwords Wrong

Aug, 07, 2017 | Online Security | 6 Comments

Today, we might just change your life. Why not. Ever found yourself staring blankly at a login screen, wondering what on earth you set the password to when you last signed in 6 months ago? Or perhaps, you’ve committed the ultimate sin of writing your passwords down in a text document on your computer, or on little shreds of paper scattered across your desk, inching ever slower towards their ultimate fate of falling off the edge and being consumed by your vacuum? At some point, most of us have been there, but in 2017, there is absolutely no need to…

What is an SSL and Why Do I Need One?

Aug, 25, 2014 | Tips for Hosting, Web Hosting | 0 Comments
What Is An SSL?

Secure Sockets Layer, or SSL, is an internet protocol for establishing a secure online connection between a web server and a user’s computer. Client and server perform a handshake, in which a public key certificate containing identification details and a digital signature is passed between the client and the server, confirming the identity of each. This information is then used to create a cryptographic key, which securely encodes the information exchanged, ensuring that transactions between client and server cannot be read or altered by third parties. The key is unique to this particular session between the server and the client,…

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