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Zappos customer information hacked

How much was really lost? If you didn’t already hear. Zappos.com the worlds largest online shoe website was hacked and credit card information was compromised. We seem to be hearing a lot about this lately in the press. Zappos.com is one of our favorite sites to shop on, but now we have to wonder is [...]

FACEBOOK NOW REQUIRES AN SSL

Starting October 1, 2011 Facebook will require a valid SSL Certificate for all pages and applications hosted outside of Facebook. But what does this mean, exactly? How will it change the way you experience Facebook? The answer depends largely on how you use Facebook — as a user, developer, and/or business owner — and what [...]

Google takes on Facebook with Google+

Google+? Is Google ready to compete with Facebook? Facebook.com has been the up and coming and now very seriously feared social giant by many large companies. Add Google to the growing list of companies that are missing out on ad generated revenue. Google is hoping to change all that with it’s new, and I mean [...]

Sony Playstation Network Hacked Security Breach

Playstation Network Fail I woke up to once again to another scary email from a reputable company. Sony has sent out letters of a breach of their security of the PlayStation(R)Network. I have included this email below and some additional information. I would recommend that you change your passwords for the account and switch credit [...]

Epsilon Security- Best Buy, Marriot, and Target email lists compromised

Beware of new scams that may possibly emerge from breached security of Marketing giant Epsilon. Recently I received a email from Best Buy, Target, and Marriott letting me know there email databases were compromised. Epsilon is a 3rd party vendor who manages the email databases for many companies. Epsilon Notified Clients of Entry into the [...]

Using an SSL to make your way through to a site under a DoS attack

With DoS attacks making headlines a month ago or so, this article could have perhaps been better timed, but better late than never. I had to employ this simple trick a few weeks ago to navigate to Escrow.com while they were under a DoS attack, but I have been told it worked for accessing Paypal [...]

Going Green Online – Increasing Sales

 I recently received an email about how particular type of SSL has increased online sales.  The the email was from one of the largest SSL providers, Verisign (Symantec).  After reviewing over 50 case studies the evidence was extremely consistent and provided strong reasoning for upgrading to an EV (Extended Validation) SSL. The companies studied [...]

Web 2.0 Expo – Is it worth it?

Unlock the Digital Economy Come join the designers, developers, entrepreneurs, marketers, business strategists and VC’s building the next generation Web at this year’s Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco. Opportunities for growth in the digital economy have exploded this year with such companies as Groupon, Foursquare and Zynga leading the way. Come to Web 2.0 Expo [...]

Google SSL Encrypted or Not?

Securing your connection between google and your computer is not rocket science, but a lot of people are still not doing it. You can browse Google over a encrypted connection by typing “https://google.com Google by default is not encrypted just like many other sites.  See our post about browsing  social media sites at work and [...]