Blog Tag: Security

Thoughts, insights all hot off the virtual press.

Blog | 26 February 2024

Tips for a successful ecommerce integration in your membership website

Integrating ecommerce functionality into your membership website can provide numerous benefits for your organisation. It can significantly improve member engagement, elevate your value proposition, and open new revenue streams.
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Blog | 17 August 2022

Membership website security: how to keep your site safe and secure

If you’re running a membership website, member safety – and your reputation – hinges on your ability to keep data confidential and secure. Poorly designed or maintained systems put your community at risk, leading to poor performance and loss of trust. Here’s what to avoid and how to improve it.
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Blog | 27 May 2021

15 good reasons to redesign your website

Worried your site might need a refresh? Here are 15 signs you might need a new website – and what to do about them.
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Blog | 03 June 2020

How to improve your WordPress security

We implement a range of measures to enhance security and protect against targeted attacks.
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Blog | 04 September 2019

Non-cryptographic hashing functions: The Infinity Stones of Computer Science – Part 3

In this last instalment of the three-part article exploring non-cryptographic hashing we reveal two more amazing applications after what we discovered in Part 1 and Part 2.
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Blog | 12 June 2019

Non-cryptographic hashing functions: The Infinity Stones of Computer Science – Part 2

In part 1 of this three-parts article we explored some of the powers of non-cryptographic hashing. This time we concentrate on the mastery of Time.
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Blog | 29 May 2019

Non-cryptographic hashing functions: The Infinity Stones of Computer Science – Part 1

The new number 2: “You are number six” Number six: “I’m not a number! I am a free man!” The new number 2: “Hahahahaha” The quote above (The Prisoner 1960s TV series) highlights an extreme form of hashing, I’ll grant you that. However, that is after all, a form of hashing – turning something (or someone in this case) into a number. The new number 2 must have been a computer scientist because he is laughing his head off at number six’s accusing objection. Number 2 was clearly looking at a much bigger picture! How powerful can such simple concept possibly be? In this three-parts article I will argue that hashing functions are Computer Science’s own Infinity Stones!
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Tutorial | 01 September 2013

How to? JAR signing using openssl certificates

This is a quick and to the point video on how to sign a Java ARchive (JAR) file using an openssl self-signed certificate.
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Tutorial | 13 April 2013

How to? SSL basics

A quick and dirty explanation of SSL from the point of view of the SSL handshake and a quick look at Self-Signed Certificates and what they are for.
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Tutorial | 05 November 2011

How to? Installing an SSL certificate on Apache (Part 3 of 3)

This is the third of a three-part video where we show how to install an SSL certificate onto an Apache webserver.
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Tutorial | 05 November 2011

How to? Installing an SSL certificate on Apache (Part 2 of 3)

This is the second of a three-part video where we show how to install an SSL certificate onto an Apache webserver.
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Tutorial | 05 November 2011

How to? Installing an SSL certificate on Apache (Part 1 of 3)

This is the first of a three-part video where we show how to install an SSL certificate onto an Apache webserver.
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