7 Signs Your Website May Have Malware

By De'Von Carter |   04 February 2020



Website security is a growing concern for more companies as our technology evolves.  75% of websites that exist have some type of Malware on them and 60% of small businesses close within six months of a major security breach.  This is not something that can be taken lightly.  Since most webistes have some type of malware on them without the owners knowledge, we have put together a list of the top seven ways to determine if your website falls in this category.  Now the only way to know is to have a security scan, which we will discuss later.   Read More

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How to Protect Your Business from Ransomware

By Tony Hayden |   07 January 2020


Ransomware is the name given to a family of malware that is designed to block access to data or a computer system until a sum of money is paid. Ransomware is the fastest growing type of malware. Read More

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3 Tips to Help Prevent SQL Injections on Your Website

By De'Von Carter |   01 October 2019


Before we can explain the specifics of a SQL injection attack, It is important that you understand a basic two tier web application architecture. As stated in the name, there are two parts working together to make your website a reality.  The first tier is the web server.  The web server can be considered the frontend, or the server that the end users or customers connect to.  This is where the pretty pictures and content are hosted and displayed.  So, when you go to your favorite website and the page that is presented to you in your web browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc…), that is the web server.  The second tier is actually holding the really important data on the website.  

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Can't Find Time to Market your Business?  Here are your Alternatives

By Derrick Thompson |   08 January 2016

Outsource your Internet Marketing

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Why it is Important to Protect your Website Content from Hackers

By Derrick Thompson |   28 December 2015

Are you Ready for an Attack?

Stories about large corporate websites and even government websites getting hacked appear in the news media with alarming regularity these days. However, in terms of numbers, this is just the tip of the iceberg. What you never hear about are the tens of thousands of less noteworthy websites getting hacked every day. The business owners of these websites also suffer damage and financial loss but don't get the news media attention because their low profile doesn't merit the attention.

Brute Force Hacking, a Popular Method

If you own a small business website that's been online for several months, and especially if you use one of the more popular content management systems such as WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla, the odds are good that hacking attempts have already been made on your site. Unless you are looking specifically for evidence of these attempts, you will get no indication that your site is under siege.

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