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Team Update

We are very happy to welcome Sagar to the team. He will be stepping and taking over from Divya in the next few weeks and is getting up to speed during the transition period. Everyone at Asset ICT would all like to thank Divya for her hard work over the last few years supporting our…

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Meltdown and Spectre

Google’s Project Zero team recently discovered a vulnerability related to all Intel-based systems running world-wide, long story short – there’s a security flaw with the way in which the CPUs deal with virtual memory processing; https://meltdownattack.com/ New kernels are being prepared by Linux communities, once released (we expect within 24 hours) we will begin testing…

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Google Insecure Forms Warning

With the release of Chrome 62, any website with an insecure form will be marked “Not Secure.” If you haven’t enabled SSL on your website, you may want to in order to avoid visitors being shown your site is not secure. This is not just for pages with an insecure login/password field, it now covers…

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imunify360 now on all shared servers

We have been testing imunify360 over the last few months. It has now gone in to production and we have added it to all shared servers. The system will give you greater security. For full details of what it is capable of please have a look at https://imunify360.com/#dashboard This centralises a lot of the security systems…

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WordPress Updates

In the ever changing world of technology, websites are no longer a “set and forget” part of your business. While technology evolves, website software is constantly being updated to make it more secure, faster and more visible to search engines. Just like Microsoft Office and your smartphone software needs updating, so too does your WordPress…

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SSL and Mobile Rankings in Google

A small update this month as we get ready for Christmas and the New Year. January 1st will bring the requirement for all sites to have an SSL certificate so they are not flagged as insecure by the browsers. We have the free SSL certificates with all shared hosting accounts so there is no excuse…

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Google to penalise mobile popups

We all know the annoying popups that get in the way of the content you are trying to view and then struggle to get rid of as they have minute close buttons. It seems Google also finds this annoying and is set to penalise sites that use them on mobile devices. The popups are now…

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Lets Encrypt Free SSL available for all accounts

We are pleased to announce that we have now integrated the free Lets Encrypt certificates to all shared cPanel servers. This means that all sites can now benefit from SSL (HTTPS or secure padlock in the browser) at no extra charge. Current browsers will support SNI (this means your site does not need a dedicated…

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