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Most people know what Webmasters do. Even those that don’t know, they probably have an idea because the word itself reveals what they do. You may have heard the word “Webmasters” mentioned at some point in your business life. From the pronunciation of the word, it means someone who is the Master of the Web and has the responsibility to design, develop, market, or maintains web applications.read more
Cloud computing exposes organizations to substantial new security risks, which often means taking a new approach to cloud security. Remember, even if you are using a public cloud service for data storage, it is your data and ultimately your responsibility for security, data protection and regulatory compliance.read more
The common problem is RF interference. Network availability and signal quality decrease when the interference increase. By this attacker Jam the RF frequency and by which denial of service attack occurs. An attacker can send the useless packets to server and by which the denial of service occurs due to the network overhead.read more
It’s a healthy practice to keep websites updated. A well-maintained site is less susceptible to viruses, infections, and hacking. On the other hand, WordPress also keeps creating patches to fill up the security loopholes for lessening the chances of hacking. Checking the latest version of your WordPress is straightforward.read more
Building a website can be tough and if something is worth doing, it should be worth doing right. To gain more traffic and manage a website you need to know what to do and what not to do. Since the web development industry is growing bigger every day, you need to be ahead of the game by giving clients what they want as you develop with trends and so on.read more
There are 4 pillars of cyber security for you to
apply in your organization.
Policies & Planning.
Use of Technology and observe in-house Security.
Employee Education and Awareness.
Backup and Disaster Recovery.
SMTP Authentication forces the people who use your server to obtain permission to send mail by first supplying a username and password.read more