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Important SSL & Digital Certificate Changes

We took you through what a Digital Certificate means and how SSL works in our last post. Many of you might have noticed the recent changes SSL and Digital Certificates have undergone. And for those who haven’t, fret not; read on to know what those BIG changes are! Over the past month, there’s a pretty […]

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How Does A Digital Certificate Work?

SSL certificate, Digital Certification, encryption etc sound like ominous terms 🙂 So we thought we would simplify them for you. Let’s begin by defining Secure Sockets Layer or SSL as it is commonly known. SSL is a commonly-used protocol for managing the security of message transmission on the Internet. SSL or Digital certificates ensure that […]

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8 Ways to Safeguard your WordPress Blog from Hackers

You’ve treated your blog like your baby and nurtured it, complete with pictures and proofread everything you’ve written. You might have an average of 300 posts until date and you’ve invested so much time and sweat in making them perfect. You also have a decent follower base (100+ followers) and a massive number of comments, […]

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Protect Your Online Identity

The online space has seen an enormous growth in the past few years, and today, mostly everyone owns a domain name. When you register a domain name, you are obliged to provide personal information as the domain name owner. This information is publicly available once your domain name goes live. This is where Privacy Protect […]

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Secure your website with BigRock

Hey there! Ever left a web page since it asked you for sensitive information like your Credit card number or PAN Card details? Ever had a sense of doubt while browsing certain pages on the internet? Well a large percentage of internet users usually leave websites when asked to provide any information about themselves, simply […]

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