Scare Scam or Intimidation Scam

Have you been the victim of a scare scam or intimidation scam? As you can guess from the name, this type of scam uses frightening or threatening tactics, and preys on the victim’s fear. Learn what such a scam looks like and how you can avoid becoming a victim.

WordPress Security: WordPress 5.7.1

WordPress 5.7.1 patches two security vulnerabilities, so if your website has not automatically upgraded to a secure version, please upgrade your WordPress installation as soon as possible.

What is the Cloud?

People talk about “cloud computing” or uploading things “to the cloud.” With the advent of smartphones, we started using the term even more often. But what is the cloud?

What does a good backup strategy look like?

Whether or not your own web hosting service provider has redundant servers and backups of clients’ data, you should never leave responsibility for your backups to someone else. You, your organization, and those who depend on you will be the ones affected if you don’t make regular data backups.

Google Drive Sharing Settings & Security

Google Drive is a useful tool for collaborative teams, especially when working remotely. It allows for the creation and sharing of word processing documents, spreadsheets, and more, and is easy to access from anywhere you have internet access. But when you share a document on Google Drive, it’s essential to use the correct sharing settings.

What Motivates a Hacker?

What motivates a hacker? Why would a hacker be interested in your website, even if it’s small? Find out, and learn how to keep them out.

What is a VPN and do you need one?

With more and more people working from home, it’s past time to talk about VPNs. VPN stands for Virtual Private Network, and a VPN is an important part of keeping your data secure.

WordPress Security: WordPress 5.5.2 and 5.5.3 release

WordPress 5.4.2 patches six security vulnerabilities, so if your website has not automatically upgraded to a secure version, please upgrade your WordPress installation as soon as possible.

Bitcoin Ransomware Scam Alert: “Your Site Has Been Hacked.”

We’ve been alerted to a new – and fake – Bitcoin ransomware scam going around. You should be aware of it, especially if you’re a website owner.