Geolocation With Firefox 55 - HTTPs Will Require

Geolocation With Firefox 55 – HTTPS Will Require

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
telegram app end to end encryption

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper April 3, 2017

Telegram Is Now Having End-To-End Encryption On Voice Calls Telegram - a messaging app is now moving finally to end-to-end encryption. From now, its voice conversions are also covered with encryption. The company introduced new verification process through emojis. During verification process, the c
android security

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper March 27, 2017

Android Users Are Falling Short In Security Patches Many Android users in the USA have not patched their device, could make them vulnerable to threats and attacks. A research from Skycure revealed that 71% of Android users of five US mobile companies were found lacking in updating latest security p
65.3M Passwords Weak LinkedIn Breach

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper March 20, 2017

Around 33.8 Million Records Of The USA Companies Leaked The database of USA companies is breached which is 52 GB in size. Around 33.8 million unique email addresses which belonged to Dun & Bradstreet. The company is a giant provider of business service and admitted that the database was acquire
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An Easy To Understand Guide – SSL, TLS, SSL Certificate And HTTPS

Website security can enhance conversion rates, since potential customers can observe green padlock and HTTPS on the website and would trust the website/webpage. This would only appear if website has a SSL certificate. Here is a simple guide to understand what all these terms mean. SSL And Its Be
cybersecurity

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper March 13, 2017

A Ramping Ratio Of Ransomware Is Concern Of Organizations, Says CyberEdge CyberEdge group comes with report about ramping ratio of Ransomware. Around 61% of organizations had faced ransomware in 2016. Out of those, 54% organizations were managed to get their data back without paying single ransom
Google Chrome Enabled Malware Protection

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper March 6, 2017

Google Chrome Enabled Malware Protection For Mac OSX Google chrome has brought malware protection for chrome Mac OS users. The new update is aiming at unwanted software and malware that target Apple OS. Google is trying to keep Apple’s devices safer from rising malware. “The Settings Overrides
Switch Website From HTTP To HTTPS

Why Should Switch Website From HTTP To HTTPS?

Google, the world’s most favorite search engine is on a mission to make HTTPS a standard web protocol across the world. With the given advantage of HTTPS by search engines and browser community, perhaps this is the best time for webmasters to migrate their websites from HTTP to HTTPS. In this a