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How to manage good passwords

Guides, 4 min read, 21st May 2014

Passwords are pretty much a broken concept in modern technology. Every website asks you to create a new account and us normal people can't realistically remember more than a small number of passwords. And as each day passes, another massive website has been hacked, exposing sensitive login data to criminals.

Simon R Jones
Simon R Jones

Heartbleed SSL bug

Guides, 2 min read, 10th April 2014

You've probably heard about the Heartbleed SSL security bug that surfaced earlier this week. It's an incredibly serious bug in OpenSSL, the software that powers around two-thirds of secure sites on the web, that can expose sensitive information. This post details the issue and what we're doing to protect your sites.

Simon R Jones
Simon R Jones

Clarification on Cookie Law

Guides, 2 min read, 6th February 2013

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has recently clarified the idea of implied consent by posting an update to how they meet the Cookie Law on their own website. Find out more in the update from our Technical Director Simon Jones.

Simon R Jones
Simon R Jones

Taking Care over Cookies

Guides, 6 min read, 11th May 2012

On May 26th 2012 the EU Cookie Law comes into force, requiring that all European-based organisations inform their users of cookies used on their websites and in some circumstances gain consent before doing so. However, the exact interpretation of how this is achieved is in much debate.

Simon R Jones
Simon R Jones