September 18, 2018

Why Switch to HTTPS instead of HTTP for your Website?

Stop Putting Your Customers’ Devices at Risk

If you’re using an iPhone, Safari is your default browser where you shop for your favorite store, research a company or Tweet your morning coffee. There’s a browser security hiccup happening that could leave you vulnerable to a breach. Attackers can now spoof a url on Safari.

A spoofed URL is where the address bar at the top of your browser shows a website name that’s deliberately different from the web page displayed in the browser itself. You can see it more in-depth at Naked Security.

My website’s information only, why bother?

Security: Even if your website is not an e-commerce site, crooks can access and corrupt your
website, leaving your customers with a bad taste in their mouths.

Ranking: You’ll show up higher in the search engines.

If you’ve had the misfortune of being hacked and your laptop or smart phone is unsalvageable, make sure you get it securely destroyed with