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How to Stay Secure on Public WiFi

As the digital workforce continues to expand, more people are dependent on public WiFi than ever before. Whether it’s the local coffee shop or co-working space, the availability of an internet connection wherever we go has helped foster a growing segment of remote employees.

However, that convenience can come with a potentially hefty price if you’re not focused on staying secure when connecting to 3rd party WiFi signals. In this post, we’ll discuss the best practices for keeping yourself, and your private data, secure when connecting to public WiFi.

Is Public WiFi Safe?

The short answer is no.

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Small Businesses and Cyber Security

The small business (SMB) movement is anything but small. From sole proprietors to startups, businesses with one to four employees account for 1.2 million businesses in the United States. In a world where huge data breaches dominate headlines, many small business owners are aware that they need to invest in cybersecurity to protect their business. In fact, 42 percent of small businesses plan to increase their security investment within the next 12 months.

However, many more don’t invest at all. It’s certainly not due to a lack of awareness:  38 percent of SMBs cite security as one of their top technology challenges. It’s that very challenge that results in inaction. Many small business owners feel too “overwhelmed and ill-equipped” to put cybersecurity measures in place – so they put it on the back burner instead.

The solution: make it easy to get expert help. SiteLock reviews how.

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Malware Removal

Blacklisting: Why you want SiteLock reviewing your website before Google does

If you’ve ever visited a website only to be greeted by a red screen warning you about a malware infection, you’ve found a blacklisted site. Search engines do their part to protect users everywhere from malware and cybercrime through a process known as “blacklisting.” While this can be helpful, it is not the most reliable way to look for malware. We’ll discuss what blacklisting does and does not do, as well as the most effective ways to know if a website is infected with malware.

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Joomla! Fixes Security Flaws in 3.8.12

Joomla! recently released version 3.8.12 which includes patches addressing three security vulnerabilities and several bug fixes.  This is a security release that impacts all versions of the 3.x series of Joomla! applications and users are encouraged to update as soon as possible to avoid potential compromise.

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Let’s Review: SiteLock’s Ultimate Guide To Website Malware

Malware – it’s a scary word you’ve probably heard before. But if you’re not quite sure what malware is, why it’s such a threat, or what you can do about it, you’ve come to the right place. In this comprehensive guide, SiteLock reviews what malware is, what a website vulnerability is, how infections occur, how to remove malware infections, and finally, how to prevent them in the first place.

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Small Business Video Reviews and Feedback

It’s not uncommon for a business owner to have a story about the time they experienced a cyberattack.

Perhaps their website was suspended, customers were turned away by malware warnings, or slow loading times caused their traffic to plummet. Fortunately, this doesn’t have to be the way the story ends for any business of any size. With the proper website security in place, cyberattacks can be mitigated quickly should they occur.

Here are three SiteLock reviews from three unique businesses that not only survived a cyberattack, but thrived in the aftermath.

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SiteLock Video Review: A whale watcher’s path to success after a cyberattack took control

When the Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises website was unexpectedly hacked by cybercriminals, Melissa Marchand, website manager, began to panic.

The attack on Whales.net arrived just in time for busy season—and a hacked website meant a complete halt in online scheduling and ticket purchases, the company’s primary source of sales. Even more alarming, the website was blacklisted by Google and online visitors were redirected to pornographic sites, damaging the company’s bottom line and reputation.

Luckily, Melissa called SiteLock at the request of her web host to help get her website back online.

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Decoding Security 128: Open Sesame!

FireFox and Chrome announced big changes last week with new ways they will be protecting our information. FireFox will begin to block tracking cookies by default, allowing users to have a better experience while web browsing. Google Chrome announced that starting in September 2018, users will be required to enable Adobe Flash every time the user wishes to use it, all in Chrome’s efforts to wean the public of Flash and force websites into the future.

 

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SiteLock Reviews Your Website Every Day For Malware and More

You may have heard that you should get a website scanner to look for threats on your website. But what does a website scanner do? What kind of threats does it look for? In this blog, we’ll review SiteLock website scanning capabilities and the five different scans it performs to ensure your website is safe from every angle.

What is a website scanner?

A website scanner is a tool that reviews your website for things that shouldn’t be there. The SiteLock scanner looks for website malware, vulnerabilities, spam, and other security issues in your hosting environment.

Beyond finding these threats, there are other benefits to having SiteLock review your site.

    • You’ll have peace of mind knowing that if any issues are found, you’ll be notified automatically.
    • You’ll be alerted to vulnerabilities that could cause malware infections.
  • SiteLock is easy to set up and install, so your scanner will take effect right away.

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SiteLock Reviews

SiteLock Video Review: How one web developer protects 125 websites

Brett Matthews manages over 125 websites through his company, Square 1 Designs. He provides website design, programming, and maintenance at an affordable price for his clients.

When he had just a few clients, he was able to clean malware and resolve cyberattacks himself. This worked well until one day, a customer experienced a cyberattack while Brett was on his honeymoon! His romantic getaway was interrupted as he spent seven hours removing the malware manually.

Brett realized that he needed a better solution for the sake of his business and his clients. Listen as he recalls his SiteLock experience:

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