All posts by Cora Quigley

Cora is a digital copywriter for SSLs.com. Having eight years of experience in online content creation, she is a versatile writer with an interest in a wide variety of topics, ranging from technology to marketing.

7 tips for securing your email server

Securing your email server is just as important as securing your website. If you’re a company or individual with a mailing list, your reputation is crucial if you want to continue sending emails well into the future. If hackers manage to access your email server and send spam to your readers and customers (and beyond), you’re in trouble. It will likely result in complaints against your IP address and domains, with Internet and mailbox service providers adding you to their blocklist. That isn’t even mentioning the importance of securing your server’s emails while at rest and in transit. There’s likely a lot of sensitive data in those emails that you don’t want to fall into the wrong hands. 

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What Is Zero Trust Network Architecture

A robust security model is essential for keeping network architecture secure. One model that has been in the spotlight for the past few years is zero trust network architecture. Some people think it’s a buzzword. Others believe it’s the wave of the future. So which is it? Let’s take a closer look. 

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What is Web3, and how does it work?

If you exist in the world, you’ve likely come across the term Web3 in recent times. You’ve also probably heard that it’s the future. But is it really? That’s up for debate.

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Tim Hortons under fire for app privacy violations

The Canadian government has accused Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons of spying on its customers. A report from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC), which launched an investigation into the app in June 2020, revealed the news.

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Apple, Google, and Microsoft will expand passwordless sign-in on all platforms

Apple, Google, and Microsoft announced that they will expand support for a common passwordless sign-in standard across all their platforms. The aim is to let users sign in easily and securely without a password across various websites and applications. In short, it means that passwordless sign-in will soon be an option on Windows and macOS desktops, Android and iOS mobile operating systems, as well as major browsers like Chrome, Edge, and Safari.

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US offers $10m reward for information on Conti ransomware conspirators

The US state department recently announced a reward of up to $10 million for any information that could identify or lead to the location of individuals involved with or have key leadership positions in the Conti ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) group. 

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Google users in Europe to get a “reject all” cookies button

We’ve all been there. You’re messing around online and come across a link to an interesting piece of content. When you find yourself on the site, you‘re greeted with a box informing you about tracking cookies. You can clearly see an “accept” cookies button, but rejecting cookies is far more complicated, leading you to another confusing menu with myriad options that the average person is too impatient to read through. You’ve probably accepted the cookies out of frustration, even if you didn’t want to. Maybe you clicked off the site altogether without even reading the content.

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