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Posted by Jon Matheson on 23rd April 2018 in security | security,EmailsEmail Issues. For your security, WebBoss is updated to the latest Internet security standards, and recently there have been a number of Internet security updates that are affecting some older email clients and stopping them from connecting due to security vulnerabilities they suffer from. If you are suffering from email problems, you need to update your email client to the latest version, or with old unsupported products you may need to replace it altogether. Known issues: Windows Live - is no longer supported by Microsoft and this will no longer function at all with the latest security protocols. ...
Posted by Phil Mayne on 5th March 2018 in security | security,CMS,WordPress,Magento,ecommerceThe world of CMS can be quite one-sided. With a market share of 60%, WordPress is the dominant force with lots of free or premium plugins and templates. This popularity has lead to a huge third-party plugin and theme development ecosystem creating a whole industry dedicated to the CMS. But what happens when you want to focus on security for your website? Having lots of third-party add-ons to rely on to be updated could be a potential risk. Being market share leader means that not only is it popular, the potential for a security risk is also a lot greater. Open sourced CMS and third-party plugin management In a report (seen here) we can see that in the third q...
Posted by Phil Mayne on 4th April 2018 in security | gdpr,security,ecommerce,cms,dataThe General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new regulation that anyone who has business within the EU has to comply with. As an ecommerce shop, customers will be inputting a lot of their data and it's important that this is done in a safe and secure environment. Customers can ask for this information to be deleted and you must act upon it. This will come into effect May 25th 2018, but don't worry as everyone at WebBoss has you covered. How does GDPR affect your clients? The customer must give consent for any data to be stored through your business including emails, account logins and store purchases to name a few. Your clients need to be able to acce...