Look at the top of this page. In the address bar, you’ll see “HTTPS”—that “S” signifies that we have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate, meaning your connection is secure. You should see one on any site that asks for personal data, especially payment information. Actually, these days, you should see one everywhere. SSL certificates are important,… Read More »Why you MUST have SSL on you website
Let’s say you live in a neighbourhood known for cases of burglary and one day as you are minding your business on your way home you see on one of the houses with a door unlocked and the guys asleep, what action would you take?. There are two options, you might choose to notify the… Read More »Why I Don’t Report Security Vulnerabilities to Website Owners without permission?