cybersecurity ransomware

ClickSSL Monthly InfoSec Snipper June 26, 2017

Trojans Are Still Dominating Financial World, Says ISTR According to Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR), Trojans are still dominating financial world and carries equal importance to ransomware. However, these financial threats are getting less attention compare to ransomware but if we look at r
ssl certificates and mobile applications

SSL Certificates Make Mobile Applications More Trustworthy

Mobile applications have saturated society, and the average user today doesn’t think twice about whether or not these apps are secure. They will gladly put in personal information, including bank account or credit card numbers, because they trust that the company behind the app has made this a saf
prevent man in the middle attack

How To Stay Safe Against The Man-in-the-middle Attack?

A Main In The Middle Attack (MITM) is a form of eavesdropping and is a cyber security issue where the hacker secretly intercepts and tampers information when data is exchanged between two parties. It is almost similar to eavesdropping where the the sender and the receiver of the message is unawar
wannacry ransomware

ClickSSL Monthly InfoSec Snipper May 29, 2017

Yahoo’s ImageMagick Library Found Leaking Users’ Email Content Yahoo’s ImageMagick library is found leaking users’ email content. Since then, Yahoo has stopped ImageMagick library. The researcher has showed two ways out of first is Yahoobleed1 in which either exploits the vulnerability in I
EV Multi Domain SSL Certificate

How EV Multi Domain SSL Increases Business Conversion, Saves Money And Time?

EV Multi Domain SSL Certificates let you make secure in all the browsers and servers. It allows up to 100 domains to get validated with this single SSL certificate. One of the biggest benefits of EV Multi Domain SSL certificate is that it increases website/business sales conversion by showcasing a b
malware sources

Identify Sources Of Malware – How To Handle?

Just as the name suggests, malware is malicious software, which can be injected into website by hackers and installed into your computer usually through online sources and even offline. Identifying the likely sources of such harmful software would help to protect the website. What Should Know Abou
malware analysis

ClickSSL Monthly InfoSec Snipper April 24, 2017

Half Of British Firms Faced Single Security Breach In Last Year A study from the British government shows that around half of local businesses have faced single security breach last year. These breaches involved fraud emails sent to staff or related to viruses, malware and spyware. The survey was d
Geolocation With Firefox 55 - HTTPs Will Require

Geolocation Data With Firefox 55 Possible Only With HTTPS

We belong to the world of seamless communication and internet connections that are even better with the HTTPS. Well, HTTPS and SSL certificates are the need of the hour for the safety of servers and for all browsers. Post the announcement of the update lately in January 2017, stating that Google is