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How without back-up you can Clean Hacked WordPress Website

January 11, 2018
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When you find that your WordPress website is hacked, keep calm and see what you can do to retrieve it. Do not panic as if this is the end of the world. Try to see how you can clean the hacked website. This blog is about how to find ways to keep your website clean […]

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How to Hack-Proof Your iPhone

November 4, 2016
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Cybercrime has never been more prominent on the global news agenda, yet it can still be shocking just how little people are actually doing to defend themselves from it. Almost everyone has seen on the TV or read in newspapers about hackers stealing vast quantities of data from big organisations such as Yahoo! and Sony. […]

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How To Secure Your Network Against Hacking Attempts

October 21, 2016
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You can hardly find a place in a town or even a village which is not covered with a wireless signal. The wireless internet is available everywhere and because of this the number of hacking attempts and illegal activities began to increase. There are many tools which can help anyone steal your wireless password and […]

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Ethical hacking and penetrating testing: what’s the difference?

June 27, 2016
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Ethical hacking has become a popular buzzword that you’ll hear used in virtually any company that has a large online presence and wants to protect it. But the phrase ‘ethical hacking’ is often confused with the concept of penetration testing. It is important to distinguish between the two as it can make a big difference […]

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DDoS Attacks: Yes, You Are Vulnerable — But You Can Protect Yourself

October 7, 2014
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It’s an average Tuesday afternoon, when suddenly you begin receiving phone calls from your customers asking why they cannot access your website. You try to check it yourself, and receive error messages indicating that the page is not available, or that the server is busy. Nothing else appears to be amiss — your server is […]

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Seven hacking trends you should know about

September 2, 2014
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Internet security should be of paramount importance to all businesses, regardless of status and geographical location. While the online marketplace offers a huge number of benefits to companies from all different sectors, it also presents a significant risk when it comes to security. Keeping on top of the latest attack trends can be tricky, especially […]

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IT Security Consultants In Modern Business Environment

October 12, 2011
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The role that information technology plays in the world today cannot be overstressed.  Perhaps the biggest testimony to the importance of IT is the fact that it has become a part of the National Curriculum, with laptops being regularly used in schools throughout the UK.  However, the biggest area to be affected by the emergence […]

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How Google protects your data in the cloud [video]

May 31, 2011
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Not long ago, Amazon’s cloud computing had a breakdown over several days and Sony lost millions of customer details to hackers and had to shut down their Playstation Network for about a month while they patched things up, as you probably already know. While this video by Google is produced before the Amazon and Sony […]

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Top 50 passwords you shouldn’t use – and learn how to create a strong password!

December 23, 2010
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As you probably already know, Gawker media was compromised not long ago and  passwords belonging to their users went out on the Internet. Gawker media is behind several sites with Gizmodo probably being the most popular one, at least in the tech-world, I imagine. Based on the 188.279 passwords leaked, Graham Cluley from Sophos made […]

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Top 9 Reasons That Cloud Computing Is The Future Of Software

July 12, 2010
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1. Software-as-a-Service is easier to buy. Customers can pay on a monthly basis and walk away anytime they want. In fact, many SaaS vendors offer free trials or limited-functionality versions of their products. This allows customers to get a feel for the software before they invest their money. 2. With cloud computing, piracy is impossible. […]

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Charlie Miller: Snow Leopard Easier To Hack Than Windows 7

March 3, 2010
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Apple fanbois, you better buckle up, cause when the anti-Apple crew gets a hold of this little titbit from Charlie Miller, they might mock your choice of being a Mac user just a little bit. Italian IT Security site, oneITsecurity, published an interview with Charlie Miller, two-year contest champion at Pwn2Own where the deal is […]

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Chinese Military School Behind Google Hacking

February 22, 2010
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About a month ago, Google was about to pull out of China because they no longer wanted to continue censoring results on Google.cn as instructed by the Chinese Government. Long story short, Google got mad because somebody within China hacked some Gmail accounts and other major IT companies within the US. Now, New York Times […]

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Google Giving Up on Censorship-China?

January 13, 2010
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Google will no longer be cooperating with the Chinese censorship authorities, they said in a recent press release: We have decided we are no longer willing to continue censoring our results on Google.cn, and so over the next few weeks we will be discussing with the Chinese government the basis on which we could operate […]

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