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Internet Cookie And it's Types 2,152 Views

Internet CookieInternet cookies are small text files (255 characters or less) that are placed on your web browser or computer by web servers. A cookie is created when you first visit a site that wants to store information. This text file usually includes a name, an expiration date, a coded number, and the domain name of the visited site.
Update: Tue 24 Mar 2020

Web Hosting Introduction 2,110 Views

ServerIn order for a web site to be available on the World Wide Web, it must be hosted on a server. There are several different ways to accomplish this. Most large hosting companies will have their own servers and the network infrastructure needed for their site to be available on the Web. However, the equipment and technical resources needed to set up such a system are very expensive, beyond the reach of smaller companies, organizations and individual users.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Six Signs That Your Personal Identity May Be Stolen 2,037 Views

Personal IdentityIdentity theft is a big issue these days. According to the Federal Trade Commission, over 2 million Americans filed complaints with them about this last year, making identity theft the number one consumer complaint. Early detection of identity theft is possible and can reduce your potential losses. Here are six signs that you might have been hit, and how you can respond effectively.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

The Pros And Cons Of VPS Web Hosting 1,981 Views

VPSVPS web hosting is one of the newer forms of web hosting that has only recently gained in popularity. VPS stands for Virtual Private Server. VPS hosting is a source of confusion for many individuals and businesses searching for a web host for their Internet ventures. The reason for this is that it really is a hybrid of shared hosting and dedicated hosting. It is no wonder people are confused by the term and are unsure if it will suit their purposes and their web hosting needs. We shall look to clarify the pros and cons of VPS hosting to help you better decide if it is appropriate for your endeavors.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

What is a Shopping Cart? 1,939 Views

Shopping CartIf you have ever purchased anything on the Internet, then you will have used a shopping cart program to make that purchase. In simple terms, a shopping cart is a type of software program that enables web sites to offer products for sale to visitors. The software typically allows visitors to add their choice of products to a basket and, when they have completed their shopping, go through a checkout procedure. At this point, the software will total the costs of the purchases, add shipping costs and taxes, and present the visitor with a total. The visitor can then complete the purchase by entering name and address details, and can use a credit card to pay for the goods purchased.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

Social Media Privacy Policy Loopholes You Should Know 1,930 Views

Social Media Privacy PolicySocial media has become one of the most powerful resources in the world for people to connect to one another. We tend to jump in, sign up and add friends and connections at the speed of our data connections, but how many of us actually pay attention to the safety and security of the information we’re sharing? The last time you were asked to allow a site or Facebook page to “access your personal information,” did you let it? The only way to share some information is to allow these intrusions into your personal space. So what is safe? And what do you need to know about each of the major sites’ privacy policies to ensure that your information is protected at all times?
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

When Should Managed Web Hosting Be Considered? 1,916 Views

Managed Web HostingIf you are looking for web hosting solutions for your website you may be confused as to which hosting option to choose. You can choose between free and paid hosting, or shared and dedicated hosting. Then there are other hosting solutions such as virtual private servers (VPS) or cloud hosting. With all the solutions you may feel a bit overwhelmed. If you feel your site is going to be rather popular, yet you do not have the knowledge or staff to deal with administering all the server possibilities, it may be beneficial to consider a managed web hosting solution.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

The Ultimate Guide to Protect Your Privacy & Identity 1,913 Views

Protect Your Privacy And IdentityThe Internet has become an essential resource for all of us. We rely on the Internet to send or receive emails, post or share photos and messages on social networking sites, shop for clothes, search for information, etc. Free public WiFi hotspots have also made it increasingly convenient for us to connect to the Internet when we are away from home. Unfortunately, some of us are too casual and careless with how we manage our personal information and activities online. This leaves us vulnerable to identity theft and invasion of our privacy. As you visit a website, login to your email, post an update on Facebook, or do any other activity online, you inevitably leave digital footprints that can be tracked and traced back to your identity.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020

Public IP vs Private IP Addresses 1,850 Views

Public IP vs Private IPIP Addresses have different classifications and there are many different types of IP Address available for distribution. Examples of different IP Addresses include static, dynamic, private and public. These types of IP Addresses have different functions and are distributed in different methods. When considering IP Addresses and internet security, it is important to learn the difference between Public and Private addresses.
Update: Thu 26 Mar 2020

How to Protect Your Personal Information Online 1,850 Views

Protect Personal InformationSurfing the Internet used to be one of the last bastions of privacy and security. After all, since you didn’t have to get dressed, get in your car, and drive anywhere to shop or meet new people, you could build any kind of profile you wanted for yourself. You could have any name and be any person you wanted to be (theoretically) and nobody would be able to uncover your identity if you didn’t want them to have it. But unfortunately, things have changed. Today, most people tend to be naïve and unaware of the many different ways that their personal information may be stored online. They’re even less likely to know how both companies and individuals gain access to this data.
Update: Fri 27 Mar 2020
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