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How To Convince Your Site Visitors Your Site Is Safe To Shop From

by Madeleine Bruce

Create the safest shopping environment for your customers. It’s safe to say that 2016 hasn’t been a great year for data security. From Ashley Madison to Apple, a series of high-profile data thefts and leaks has created an undue sense of vulnerability among consumers when conducting transactions online. This is particularly troublesome for ecommerce brands,…

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Why You And Your Clients Need An SSL Certificate

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

As a resell.biz client you can now offer SSL certificates to your clients. Read about how and why this security measure can protect you and your clients. About Colten is a blogger, technology enthusiast, and sandwich lover. Connect with him on Twitter @coltvant for more articles about technology and web hosting.Twitter | More Posts (135)

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What Makes A Great E-Commerce Site?

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

Make sure your website is optimized to drive your customers to action. About Colten is a blogger, technology enthusiast, and sandwich lover. Connect with him on Twitter @coltvant for more articles about technology and web hosting.Twitter | More Posts (135)

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Colten is a blogger, technology enthusiast, and sandwich lover. Connect with him on Twitter @coltvant for more articles about technology and web hosting.

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Making The Shift To An Encrypted Internet

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

Two thirds of all North American internet traffic will be encrypted by 2016, according to a new report by Sandvine, the Canadian-based software company. The reason behind it? Netflix. About Colten is a blogger, technology enthusiast, and sandwich lover. Connect with him on Twitter @coltvant for more articles about technology and web hosting.Twitter | More…

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Questions About Hacking

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

More and more hackers are targeting large companies that seem to be secure on the outside. Read about the motives behind these hackers and what companies are doing to protect themselves. About Colten is a blogger, technology enthusiast, and sandwich lover. Connect with him on Twitter @coltvant for more articles about technology and web hosting.Twitter…

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Why SSL is Important for your Website

by Tim

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a security technology which establishes an encrypted link between a server (e.g. website) and a client (e.g. browser). It allows sensitive information and login details to be transmitted securely over the Internet. SSL is a security protocol that determines variables of the encryption for the link and the data transmitted….

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The Importance of SSL on Websites that Sell Domain Names

by Jake Neeley

If there is one thing an Internet entrepreneur should take extremely seriously its security. This is where Secure Socket Layer (SSL) on websites plays a major role. Online theft is prevalent, and who knows what future security breaches are possible if domain resellers and their clients do not take extra precautions. Anything that involves data…

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