Beginning in January 2017, Chrome (version 56 and later) will mark pages that collect passwords or credit card details as “Not Secure” unless the pages are served over HTTPS. (Google security blog) All websites, whether they require users log in or not, should switch to HTTPS in the near future. This is something most website […]
According to the US DHS, Russian hackers targeted more than the DNC. Their “aggressive and sophisticated” cyberattacks also targeted universities, political organizations, and corporations. We expect these attacks to continue and possibly increase in 2017, using spearphishing and other methods. Here are a few tips to protect your data and privacy. (more…)
Drupal 6 full support ended in February 2016. But how long will “LTS” support continue?
Traditionally employed by large organizations, intranets are increasingly popular with a diverse range of organizations that aim to create and maintain a uniform culture and communication strategies. An intranet is a private website available only to staff. As with any website, we can improve usability if we focus on the audience, and since an Intranet […]
Your website may be sharing more of your visitors’ private data than you think. Free plug-ins may invade the privacy of your website’s visitors.