For many website owners, attracting more traffic to their website is a top priority. Who doesn’t want to increase their customers or the number of people reading their content? There’s no such thing as too much traffic, after all. Except that isn’t entirely true. Especially when it’s the wrong kind of traffic.
If you’re familiar with web encryption or SSL certificates, you’ve probably heard the terms symmetric encryption and asymmetric encryption at some point in your travels. If you’ve ever wondered about what these terms mean, what differentiates them, and which form of encryption is better than the other, then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll go through the ins and outs of both forms of encryption and which is the most secure option.
Back in October 2020, the US Department of Justice filed a civil lawsuit against Tech giant Google for unlawfully maintaining monopolies in the markets of Search and Search advertising through anticompetitive and exclusionary practices.
Today in “isn’t technology amazing?!” news, we thought we’d talk about something a little different. Even when it seems like the world is on fire, there’s always a silver lining. The silver lining we want to focus on right now is how the tech industry is developing myriad, innovative ways to tackle the coronavirus. Although these developments are focusing on coronavirus right now, they could very well be used to detect other illnesses in the future. The first is the Covid cough algorithm.
In December 2020, it was revealed that software company SolarWinds’s Orion platform had been compromised, with hackers injecting a malicious code, now known as Sunburst, into it between February and June 2020.
Ever wished there was an easier way to activate and install an SSL? Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a first-time SSL user, the process of securing your site can seem like a daunting task, especially if you already have a busy schedule. With SSLs.com’s new SSL installation service, the experts will take care of it all for you.