June
15
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How Anyone Can Create a Staging Site for WordPress

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    Do you run your site on WordPress? When a new update is available, do you click the convenient update button in your dashboard? If so, this will help you understand why that’s about as smart as playing with fire. If your business depends on your website, you’re putting your business at risk. Instead,...
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June
12
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Why Small Businesses Should Consider Venturing Into Chatbots

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    Businesses are always competing for our attention and trying their best to keep up with the ever-growing changes in technology. While some (somehow) still struggle to grasp the importance of mobile or even using social media effectively, others are pulling way ahead. They’ve moving into the era of conversational commerce, or uh, chatbots....
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June
08
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Alternatives to TOR for Anonymous Browsing

Alternatives to TOR for anonymous, private browsing
    For data collectors, analyzing network traffic can prove to be extremely valuable. Your browsing history and behavior is then basically up for sale to advertisers, marketers and those with ulterior motives. Even if your exact identity isn’t given (just information about browsing behavior), it’s still likely possible to use that dataset to identify...
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June
06
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Tips to Strengthen the Backbone of your Server’s Security

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    Most developers are no stranger to security. But if you’re a business owner setting up your own Linux based dedicated server or VPS, these tips will get you started on the right foot. By no means is this guide a complete, 100% foolproof way to protect your server from attackers. But if you...
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June
02
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How SPAM Can Affect You Even if You Aren’t The One Doing it

Types of SPAM people use and how you can prevent it
  A good chunk of all emails sent are spam. Once businesses realized they could send millions upon millions of emails out to people to try to get new customers, it was inevitable. Email marketing took off and it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. However, spamming people isn’t the way to go. Sure, a well-planned...
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May
29
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Step By Step Guide for Encrypting Data in Ubuntu Using eCryptfs

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  If you have sensitive information that you don’t want other people to access without your express authority, consider encrypting it. Encryption is a technological process that prevents people from accessing highly confidential information that they’re not supposed to see. Encryption can be likened to the process of securing money in a safe. In this...
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May
27
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Fileless, Non-Malware Attacks not New… But Increasing

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  Your traditional means of preventing and detecting cybersecurity attacks may not be enough with the rise of non-malware, fileless attacks. Hackers are turning to these types of attacks because they’re harder to defend against. And unfortunately, most researchers agree that these attacks pose more of a threat to businesses. The increase in these attacks...
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May
22
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Setting up Site Search: Google Site Search Alternatives

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  Google Site Search, the site search that many site owners have relied on for years, is shutting down… as have many of Google services that webmaster have come to rely on in the past and had to find alternatives to. Any new purchase for it or renewals must be made before April 1, 2017...
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May
18
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Disaster Recovery Plan to Recover from Cyber Attacks Fast

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  Developing a disaster recovery plan for your business is important, no matter what industry you’re in or what how big your company is. Plenty of large companies found themselves in the headlines last year due to security breaches. Many cases due to ransomware, which quadrupled from 2015 to 2016. But the threat against small...
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May
13
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Product Preview: Manage Multiple Gmail Accounts Like a Pro with Shift

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    Today, chances are that you have and need to manage multiple Google accounts. You might be a student who has a personal account, as well as a school account. Or maybe you’re just a professional who makes use of a number of different Google products… they’re notorious for not allowing this or that...
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