Are you the one among millions who use WordPress as their CMS platform and looking to resolve the hacking problem for your website? With such huge variety of features, there are higher chances of WordPress websites getting hacked. On an average, 30000 WordPress websites get hacked on a daily basis and about 4000 websites get damaged due to SEO plugins.
Every-time a new technology is developed, it can change the way the world thinks. Part of that involves the way scammers trick their victims. Here, The SSL Store has created a timeline of 21 scams that crept into some of the world’s greatest innovations.
The vulnerability of websites can be costly for any apps. Since attacks on websites and web apps are increasing at an alarming rate, it is indeed a must that they should undergo rigorous testing. The golden question is how? Obviously plethora of tools are available, but which one to choose? Let’s have a look in the following infographic by Testbytes.
We have all seen the classic Hollywood hacking in movies and television. A typical scenario involves a man in a basement dressed in all black, typing on a keyboard at an unrealistic rate and instantly hacking into a person or organization’s files. The reality? Hacking is not immediate. And hackers can look like ordinary people, roaming the streets, even hacking next to you at a cafe or restaurant.
The team at Pagely surveyed a variety of WordPress users about the biggest challenges they face and the problems go far beyond managing their content and designing their presence on the web. Respondents said their biggest issues were performance Issues (52%), security issues (41%), and site-breaking updates (35%). Learn what the biggest WordPress headaches of 2018 are in the following infographic.
We see them everywhere in the SERPs, with some verticals having a higher abundance of them than others. Now how can increase your search click-through ratio with Snippets? The Infographic Design Team explores this further in the following infographic.
Is online image theft really a big deal? Turns out it is. When it comes to photography and stolen images, the online users – who perpetuate the theft – prefer to think of it as a victimless crime for which they need no apology. However, professional photographers and hobbyists know the reality. Besides being unethical, image theft is illegal and expensive.
With Facebook mired in a controversy over the misuse of the data of 50 million of its users by the company Cambridge Analytica, people have started thinking about alternatives to Facebook. The following infographic courtesy of MiniCreo has a lot of very interesting facts and stats about Facebook alternatives.
Are you aware of the dangers of Social Media? This infographic shows the way online attackers profit from the popularity of social media platforms and steal unprotected information. It additionally provides useful tips to avoid this from happening.
Chatbots have been around for quite sometime to answer customer queries and handle requests but the real game changer is their capacity to improve and self-learn. Over the years, customer expectations have shifted and they expect faster and better responses to aid them in their purchase decision. Arpatech has put together the following a list of chatbots and their interesting roles in our life.
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