If you have had to look around for email services, you have probably seen the abbreviations POP3 and IMAP come up several times in your searching. Today we are taking a broad look at each protocol and explaining what they do and how they relate. Starting with POP3 POP3 stands for Post Office Protocol 3. […]
Here is something you may not think of on your website: Do you know how many failed login attempts have occurred in the past day? Do you know how many of those were for each account? If not, you may have a deficiency when it comes to event and security logging. Of course, something like […]
Three platforms, three stories. Apache, Nginx (pronounced as “Engine-X”) and Litespeed are unique ways of completing a common goal. Each has a history but we will let you decide which is best as we look at all three today in this post. Apache – The Pioneer Apache is the oldest of the three services in […]
Welcome to the internet, where a delicious snack can also be a vital piece of website “infrastructure” and functionality. Yes today, as by the title, we are talking about website cookies. We are examining what cookies are in the website space, why they’re used and important, and even how they can be dangerous. Let’s get […]
A term sometimes thrown around in the web hosting and security space is HSTS. Today, we are going to examine this “protocol”, and how it is put in place to protect your information. Defining HSTS HSTS stands for HTTP Strict-Transport-Security. Though, don’t confuse it with HTTP or SSL, which have their own important functions. HSTS […]
You can edit your DNS records in cPanel. Watch our video below for more details. On the blog we have already discussed what DNS records are; Please see this post.