Security

What is greylisting?

What is greylisting?

Greylisting is an effective method for preventing mass spam emails from being sent out. Since this process happens in the background, most users are unaware that their inbox is being protected by greylisting. Here you will learn exactly how this method works on a technical level.

The best PayPal alternatives

The 7 best alternatives to PayPal at a glance

The UK loves shopping online because it’s so convenient. Fast, easy, and secure payment methods have contributed to the rise of this sector. Until recently, online payment systems were heavily dominated by one industry heavyweight: PayPal. But not everyone is enthused by this payment method, having been criticised for both security as well as data protection issues. Fortunately, there are plenty...

PHP 7.2

PHP 7.2 – end-of-life (EOL) on November 30, 2020

PHP 7.2 will not be supported much longer. Now is the time to take advantage of the time left before the end-of-life date and replace outdated versions with more recent PHP code. This will make sure security gaps are closed, bugs are fixed, and the performance of web offers won’t fall short. The longer you wait, the more effort will be needed to update websites with dynamic web content.

PHP 7.3

PHP 7.3 End-of-life (EOL) in December 2021

The popular web programming language PHP is developed by a community of volunteer programmers. Version updates are usually released by the end of each year. Every major release tends to be actively developed for two years, followed by 12 months of security updates before the PHP version reaches its end-of-life (EOL). For PHP 7.3, the EOL date is just around the corner.

Move Google Authenticator to a new phone

Transfer Google Authenticator to a new phone – easy as 1-2-3

Secured your Google account with the Google Authenticator app and now want to switch phones? No problem. You can simply move the app or account link. Read on to find out how to transfer Google Authenticator to your new phone and what you need to consider when moving to a new number or keeping your existing one.

Set up Google Authenticator

Set up Google Authenticator

Whether emails or online banking, two-factor authentication has become a security standard when accessing user accounts online. Entering a password alone is no longer sufficient to log in. To secure your Google account, the Internet giant provides its own Google Authenticator app, which generates a unique code every time you log in. Read on to find out how to set it up.

Email encryption with SSL

Encrypted emails: How to encrypt your email traffic

Are the emails that you send and receive encrypted? If not, it’s about time you started. Only by encrypting the transmission and content of emails can you ensure that your data is secure while being sent. Otherwise, unauthorised persons can read your email traffic easily and possibly gain access to sensitive data such as passwords and bank information. We’ll show you the best protection...

Dark Web

What is the dark web?

The dark web is the dark side of the Internet – a digital sphere without rules or laws. But what’s behind this space where criminal activity runs rampant? How does access to the dark web work and what are the dangers?

Windows 10: creating a backup

Windows 10 backup: how the data backup works

In Windows 10, making a backup is the most secure way to protect your data in the event of a system crash or hardware issue. The Windows 10 backup allows you to save all your programs, private data, and system settings as an exact system image. If your computer or laptop gets damaged, the Windows 10 backup can easily be transferred to another device.


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