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Security Tips for SEO

Security Tips for SEO

Improving your website traffic through efficient SEO strategy may bring substantial sales growth to your business and this is why it is important to take care of your website’s security.

Ever since the Internet has developed into a global marketing and ecommerce tool, the number of malicious attacks grew and many users have been affected. A hacked website can lead to losing important data and negatively affect your website’s SERP ranking.

Bear in mind that SEO is not just about improving your ranks but maintaining these positions as well. Since any kind of unauthorized change may negatively affect them, you must make sure you did everything to protect your website from potential fraudulent activities.

To provide maximum security to your website data, you must pay attention to the following: (more…)

Android HackedAbout 40 applications for the platform Android, which have been downloaded to 185 million times, contain vulnerabilities that allow access to sensitive user data, such as bank account, according to the publication Ars Technica, with reference to the report of German researchers.

“We could gather bank account information, payment credentials for PayPal, American Express and others,” – gives the publication the words of researchers from the Leibniz University of Hanover and the Philipps University of Marburg.

Vulnerability, allow access to the account via Facebook, email, cloud storage used by the owner Android-smartphone.

According to experts, can be exploited to capture data during the exchange of information using cryptographic protocols SSL and TLS between a smartphone based on Android OS Ice Cream Sandwich and the bank’s server, or online services. A number of security vulnerabilities are known and described in the Internet, the researchers note. (more…)

Oracle LogoSecurity Explorations: security vulnerability has been discovered in an update, Java 7

Specialists in IT security of the Polish company Security Explorations reported finding security vulnerabilities in Java 7, an update, released less than a day ago.

The company says that can be exploited to bypass the “sandbox” Java and execute potentially malicious code on the target system. In the Security Explorations say that already passed the data on vulnerabilities in Oracle with kotseptualnym exploit performing hacking Java for testing purposes.

Director General of Security Explorations Govdiak Adam said that while his company does not publish the technical details of the vulnerability, to give Oracle some time to fix the problem. (more…)