Last Updated on 30 June 2023 by Daniel To set up HTTPS for a website, you will need to obtain an SSL/TLS certificate and configure your web server to use HTTPS. Here are the general steps to set up HTTPS: It’s worth noting that the specific steps may vary depending on your web server software… Continue reading How Can I Setup HTTPS For Website?
Last Updated on 17 June 2023 by Daniel To block certain IP addresses from accessing your website, you can employ various methods depending on your server configuration. Here are a few common approaches: apache Replace the IP addresses “192.168.0.1” and “10.0.0.0/24” with the actual IP addresses or IP ranges you want to block. Save the… Continue reading How to Block Certain IPs From Accessing Website
Last Updated on 15 June 2023 by Daniel Cyberattacks can target a wide range of websites, but there are some types of websites that are commonly targeted due to their popularity or the nature of their content. Here are some examples: It’s important to note that cyberattacks can target any website, regardless of its nature… Continue reading What Websites Are Commonly Targeted in Cyberattacks?
Improving website security is crucial to protect your data, users’ information, and maintain the trust of your visitors. Here are some important steps you can take to enhance the security of your website: Remember, website security is an ongoing process. Regularly review and update your security measures to adapt to evolving threats and technologies.
To harden your MySQL server and improve its security, you can follow these best practices: Remember, hardening your MySQL server is an ongoing process. Regularly review and update your security measures to adapt to new threats and vulnerabilities.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) is a type of web security vulnerability that allows attackers to inject malicious scripts into web pages viewed by other users. The main idea behind XSS is that an attacker finds a way to inject unauthorized scripts or code into a trusted website or web application, which is then executed by the… Continue reading What is Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), and How to Prevent
Last Updated on 31 March 2023 by Daniel Stanislav Budnitsky, Indiana University Since the start of Russia’s war on Ukraine in late February 2022, Russian internet users have experienced what has been dubbed the descent of a “digital iron curtain.” Russian authorities blocked access to all major opposition news sites, as well as Facebook, Instagram… Continue reading Kremlin tightens control over Russians’ online lives – threatening domestic freedoms and the global internet
Last Updated on 9 September 2022 by Daniel Zhiyu Wan, Vanderbilt University; Bradley Malin, Vanderbilt University, and Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, Washington University in St Louis The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Game theory, which tries to predict how the behavior of competitors influences the choices the other players… Continue reading The best way to protect personal biomedical data from hackers could be to treat the problem like a game
Last Updated on 28 July 2022 by Daniel Mohiuddin Ahmed, Edith Cowan University Machines and the internet are woven into the fabric of our society. A growing number of users, devices and applications work together to produce what we now call “big data”. And this data helps drive many of the everyday services we access,… Continue reading Data lakes: where big businesses dump their excess data, and hackers have a field day
Last Updated on 24 July 2022 by Daniel Michael Parent, Simon Fraser University Experienced outdoor athletes know that with winter rapidly approaching, the secret to success lies in protecting the core. That is, the body’s core temperature through layering, wicking and a host of ever-improving technical fabrics that prevent the cold, snow and ice from… Continue reading Cyberattacks are on the rise amid work from home – how to protect your business