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Posted on 04.30.20 by Greg Mooney

What is MD5?

MD5 is still being used today as a hash function even though it has been exploited for years. In this article, we discuss what MD5 is; it's history, and how it is used today. 

Posted on 04.13.20 by Michael O'Dwyer

HTTPS and A Padlock Does Not Mean A Website is Secure

Online shoppers are often encouraged to ensure that their chosen online stores are 'secure', that the 's' in HTTPS is visible, and that the web browser displays a lock symbol. Propagating these visible indicators as confirmation of website security is not only...

Posted on 01.29.20 by Adam Bertram

Install Free Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate for Single-Domain IIS Web Sites

In this article, you’re going to learn how to get free SSL certificates from the Let’s Encrypt CA. We’ll also touch on how to make sure that the website is being served strictly using HTTPS and confirm that the right SSL certificate is in use.

Posted on 11.04.19 by Jeff Edwards

AS2 vs. SFTP: Which is Best for You?

There are lots of file transfer protocols to choose from, but one that’s rarely discussed in depth is AS2. In this article, we take a deeper look at AS2, how it stacks up against SFTP, and why you would choose one or the other.

Posted on 08.20.19 by Mark Towler

Enforcing Security Policy Agreement at Sign On with MOVEit

Security policies are prone to change, and you need to keep your users up-to-date on those changes so that they won't violate the terms of the policy, but doing so is often easier said than done.  

Posted on 07.10.19 by Greg Mooney

The Difference Between PGP, OpenPGP, and GnuPG Encryption

Ah, cryptography. It’s so important to us in our every day lives and yet it has one of the longest and confusing pasts of any type of technology we use today.

Posted on 07.09.19 by Jeff Edwards

Why Your Encryption is Only as Good as Your (Multi-Factor) Authentication

Username and password may be the de-facto means of authentication for many organizations, but they can easily be the weakest link in security controls. In this article, we’ll detail why Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) should be paired with encryption for top-level...

Posted on 07.08.19 by Michael O'Dwyer

Double Encryption: Is It More Secure Or Dangerous?

Since encryption is used to secure data, it would seem only natural that encrypting something twice would increase security. However, that isn't always the case.

Posted on 07.01.19 by Jeff Edwards

Encryption At Rest Isn't Good Enough

There are basically two ways to keep data out of the hands of hackers. One is to protect every endpoint leading to it, making it essentially inaccessible. The other is to encrypt the data, so that even if hackers get to the document they cannot read it. But where should...

Posted on 10.15.18 by Kevin Conklin

Which Secure File Transfer Solution Is Right for You?

You likely already realize that file transfers using the file transfer protocol (FTP) expose your sensitive data to high risks.

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