Checking your account balance, paying bills and managing your finances… nowadays, it is pretty normal to do all these things online. However, are you sure you really do them in the most secure way? Since #ESET is a partner and active participant in European Cyber Security Month, October 2016 offers us a good opportunity to present some...
At some point in your website's life-cycle, it will likely be due for a #redesign. Whether you are looking to improve that site's visual appearance, add new features, or make a combination of these and other necessary changes, there are a number of common mistakes that you should work to avoid if you hope for that redesign to be a success.
Many people use the two terms web design and web development interchangeably, but they really do have two very different meanings. If you’re looking for a new job in the web design industry, or if you are someone looking to hire a web professional to build a website for you (My eProfile) or your company (My eBusiness), you need to know the difference between these two terms and the skill sets that come with them.
Toothbrush? Check. Towel? Check. Computer, smartphone, tablet? Check. If you are one of those travelers who can’t hit the road without having all the tech gadgets in their suitcase, then you should also be aware of the risks that lurk in the “shadows” of public internet connections, online banking and shopping on the road.
As the most wonderful time of the year has come - Christmas, it has brought with itself the time of online shopping. According to National Retail Federation, more than 151 million people shopped in store, but more than 100 Million shopped online during Cyber Monday sales and even why wouldn't it be so given the vast conveniences of online shopping.
Yes, Let's Encrypt is now one step closer to its goal of offering Free HTTPS certificates to everyone. Let's Encrypt – the free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA) –
has announced that its Free HTTPS certificates are now Trusted and Supported by All Major Browsers. Let's Encrypt enables any website to protect its users with free SSL/TLS (Secure Socket
Layer/Transport Layer Security) certificates that encrypt all the Internet traffic passed between a site and users.
Everybody tends to think that hackers will never ever target them or their company/organisation until a breach occurs. It will be great if we took under consideration that any website, regardless its size, geographical
location and type of business it belongs to, can bring money to cyber criminals. Hacking is about business, and business is about efficiency. Here, we will try to concentrate on post-incident actions and
provide some brief advice on what to do after you have been hacked.
Hot on the heels of Microsoft announcing its newest browser, Project Spartan, we’ve got another brand new contender in the browser wars: Vivaldi. The new browser, which is available for Windows, Mac and Linux, is still in its early days, but offers a number of features that loyal Opera users may remember. It sports mouse gestures for browsing and the familiar “speed dial” interface that shows your favorite tabs on the new tab page.
The Internet has long ceased to be the preserve of grown-ups. Children today are often far more active Internet users than their parents. But is it safe enough for children to use without fear of facing inappropriate content? To find out we decided to investigate potential online threats to children.
Meet Microsoft’s replacement to its old web browser Internet Explorer. The Project Spartan Web browser for Windows 10 has now an official name — Microsoft Edge.Yes, Microsoft’s new web browser shipping on all Windows 10 devices, from computers to smartphones and tablets, is dubbed Microsoft Edge. The company just announced in its Build developer conference that Edge is going to be its primary/default web browser built into Windows 10.
The web is about to get faster thanks to a new version of HTTP – the biggest change since 1999 to the protocol that underpins the world wide web as we know it today. Hypertext Transfer Protocol is familiar to most as the http:// at the beginning of a web address. It governs the connections between a user’s browser and the server hosting a website, invented by the father of the web Sir Tim Berners-Lee.