Online Security

Mar, 21, 2013 | Business Websites, Online Security | 0 Comments

There is no shortage of dangers in the virtual world, whether it be in the form of malicious software or scammers masquerading as legitimate businesses. Those who do not exercise vigilance when using the computer and the Internet have a much higher chance than others of becoming a victim or identity theft or a malicious software attack. Here are four proven ways to stay safer online. Use the Latest Software No program is made perfect and, for this reason, software developers regularly release updates for their software. The same is true of hardware device drivers and operating systems such as…



How to Manage SPAM in cPanel

To setup your control panel to manage SPAM email, do the following: 1.  Log into your control panel at: http://www.yourdomain.com.au/cpanel Replace www.yourdomain.com.au with the domain name of your hosting account. If you are unsure of your cPanel login details please refer the the email “Hosting Account Information – Please Keep Safe – Please do not reply”. This email was originally sent out to your default billing email address when you first purchased your web hosting. 2.  Go to the Mail section and select MailScanner Configuration



10 things you should do just before your website goes live

Jun, 15, 2010 | Web Design, Webmaster | 1 Comment

There’s nothing quite like launching a new website. It could be days, weeks or months in the making. Hours may have been spent combing through each and every word, perfecting the message sent across to visitors. Even more time might have been spent playing around with colours and image placement. You may think you’re ready to go live, but are you really? Any webmaster knows there are a lot of little details that need to be looked at when putting a website up, including everything from checking the links to onpage SEO. With so much on your plate, it is…



Beating Website Spam Using CAPTCHA

Aug, 27, 2009 | Support, Webmaster | 0 Comments

Have you ever been to a website, filled out a form and wondered why you were forced to type in a series of squiggly letters or do simple maths equations in order to submit? Well, simply put, this is due to these businesses and individuals fighting their own wars on spam, and if you constantly receive email and database spam from your own website, then you might be in need of fighting one of your own. Lucky for you, this post details how you can eliminate most, if not all, spam coming to your inbox from your website contact, data…



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