Sharing some tips on tracking down vulnerable web sites whose 1st impression looks safe.
Here’s a simple step you or your hosting provider can perform to allow you to have one click updates with WordPress without the need to enter FTP information.
WordPress is a full content management system which allows individuals and organizations to design their own site in a very visual way.
I would like to share how we have been helping our managed hosting customers make the move to WordPress.
Sharing an experience and tips of tracking down a site under DDoS on a server in Europe for a customer in Spain.
Author: Peter Abraham; Published: Jun 14, 2012; Category: Customer Support, Managed Hosting, PCI Compliance, Security, Small Business, WordPress; Tags: hosting, Security, service, WordPress; No Comments
Quality hosting is probably harder to sell than the design services, which are more up front and obvious.
Web site design is very visual. Designers can white board, story board, and show you successful sites they have created in the past.
What can a web hosting company show you, visually, that they are unique as well as the being the company for you?
What are the services you need from Dynamic Net, Inc. once you’ve made the decision you want to have a fully integrated (i.e. the customer never leaves your web site) PCI Compliant hosting experience?
Maybe you’ve been one of our customers for years, and need to be PCI compliant for your eCommerce offerings. Maybe you’ve read Revealing the process of becoming PCI Compliant, and decided you want care from a provider with high integrity as well as great security. Either way, you want to know the minimum requirements you need from us in order to get off the ground and become PCI Compliant.
If you use LinkedIn (or have in the past, and never cancelled your account), change your passwords to be secure. Please make sure your password for Linkedn is unique; and go to the LinkedIn account settings page directly (do not use a ink from an email or another web page). The latest tweet from LinkedIN…
Over the past 17 years, I’ve found security can often be like a full squadron of obtrusive bouncers who make you want to leave before you get within 50 yards of the door.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a WordPress security plugin which was more like Dalton (Patrick Swayze) in RoadHouse who worked to have bouncers be as inconspicuous as possible; only coming out when needed, and only using what force was necessary to get the job done?