Securing Magento: what you need to do

When it comes to e-commerce software, Magento is the most popular one there is. With its popularity, however, comes risks – the biggest one being that it is subject to the largest number of attacks. The attacks are usually carried out by experienced hackers with the aim of getting into your store to either spam …

Two-factor authentication: the lowdown

Digital crime and internet fraud is an ever-growing issue in today’s society, becoming a very real threat to the security of individuals as well as corporations and nations. It is more important than ever to be aware of how to keep your online security protected, through making sensible use of your logins, usernames and passwords. …

How to enable to Two Factor Authentication

We are now supporting Two Factor Authentication across our shared hosting platform, you can see the instructions below on how to enable Two Factor Authentication for cPanel, Plesk and our Billing Control Panel (WHMCS). cPanel – Linux Hosting Login to cPanel Click the Two Factor Authentication button. Then follow the steps, which will involve scanning …

Chrome 56 to flag up http websites as ‘not secure’

Around 31st January, the new version of Google Chrome, known as ‘Chrome 56’ was released. The update was created with one main goal in mind – to create warnings for users entering insecure websites. When Google first announced that this update would be occurring, the initial reaction was positive. However, even though Chrome will have …