How to Secure Your Website with a VPN

Cyber threat is on the rise. However, despite everything we have heard about it, many of us still choose to ignore this threat. Just because we think “no one would attack us for the ordinary things we have and do,” it doesn’t mean we are free from cyber threat.

Hackers Can Use Your Own Browser:

Sometimes hackers can actually use your own browser to hack into your website. It will copy your login info and then use that to hijack your site. VPN services like NordVPN will encrypt your traffic, as well as your sensitive info from any ‘sniffers’.

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Smaller, Low-Traffic Sites Are Not Immune.

Well, even though your website has ‘nothing,’ it can still become a gold mine for cyber attackers.

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What to do When Your Website Has Been Compromised

A website is the image of its owner on the web. It tells everything about the owner. For example, if it’s a company’s website, it tells everything the company does and offers. If it’s a personal one, it usually has some stories about what the owner does, likes, and something like that. With this personal image on the web, can you imagine what would happen if your website was compromised? What if, for example, your website had been compromised by some sort of viruses, Trojans, or even malware? So, it’s important to keep it secure. If you also need to secure a physical location such as an office, here are some of the top-rated cameras.

How do you know if your website has been compromised?

There are many ways to compromise a website. It depends on the attacker motive. However, from what we’ve learnt from some cases in the

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Recognizing and Managing Fast Moving Email Viruses

We’ve come a long way in terms of recognizing and preventing email viruses, but along with that the people creating them are getting more clever at disguising them. They can be a real problem, taking down your computer or in some cases even an entire network of them. An office that I worked at about 7 years ago had an infection that spread throughout the entire network, and it started with just one compromised machine. It took weeks and a lot of headache to finally clear it, definitely a situation that you want to avoid if possible. The best offense is a good defense, start with an anti-virus program like Mcafee.

Set Yourself Up with a Good Email Provider

Step one in terms of protecting yourself against potential threats is to pick a good service provider with good filters in place, so that known malicious emails never even reach your …

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