Criminal online scammers are increasingly attacking email accounts. These are often the gateway to further information: For example, many websites offer to send forgotten passwords to an e-mail address. And already you have access to such a web account, if you have access to the linked e-mail account. The fraudster can also shop under a…
Besides Covid, there are the other viruses… At the moment it is going through the press that many Microsoft Exchange installations contain serious security vulnerabilities. The Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) issued a corresponding warning at the same time. Our Exchange servers are secured Upon request, the provider DF.eu, who takes care of our…
Our server will be switched to the brand new, super fast http2 protocol. This brings a speed gain in loading for all current websites maintained by us, as long as they are encrypted (SSL).
Lists of millions of compromised user accounts have surfaced on the Internet. Some research institutes have prepared this data and offer ways to check whether you are affected.
For WordPress and ProcessWire admin access, we now offer two-factor authentication as an added layer of protection.
Why is my website interesting for hackers at all?
Our email servers have powerful spam filters. This allows unwanted advertising and virus deliveries to be flagged or rejected altogether. We will show you how to set these filters.
Time and again, confidential data may need to be exchanged with customers or teams. For these purposes we recommend some systems and others rather not. Here is our little overview.
A good New Year’s resolution: please remember to change your email passwords regularly. Insecure e-mail passwords are one of the most popular gateways for Internet criminals.
We are receiving bogus “Domain Abuse Reports” threatening to shut down one of our customers’ domains if you don’t download and open a file from somewhere within 24 hours. Of course! I’d love to!