Have you ever received an email bounce for an email from your email address, or your email domain, that you never sent? We get a lot of emails and calls from people that this has happened to with the concern that their email accounts have been hacked.
While this may be the case, it's not the only reason why this could have occurred.
With Wordpress being one of the most ubiquitous content management system used on the web today, it's no surprise that it's heavily targeted by hackers.
The ease of setup and management, together with the extensible plugin architecture of Wordpress, make it a great tool to quickly build a new website.
We have been receiving more than the average number of support tickets relating to SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates of late, so we have decided to put together this post which will hopefully answer any questions that you might have about SSL certificates: how to get them, how they work etc., as well as some questions you didn't know you had yet.
Securing your Virtual Private Server is of utmost importance: it is part of your Internet life, and may well be part of your infrastructure that is absolutely mission-critical, and if it were to be compromised the ramifications could be anything from minor irritation to complete disaster.
We are not claiming that this post is a full-proof defence and will render you impervious to hacker attack, but anything you can do will certainly help, and these are useful steps.
Steps to show how to purchase and SSL certificate to secure your website.