The phrase “PCI compliance scope” is commonly used in two different ways. First, you might see something that says your website is either in scope or out of scope for needing to comply with the PCI compliance regulations. The other way you might see PCI compliance scope is relating to ways to reduce your PCI
YouTube has over a billion users — almost one-third of all people on the Internet — and every day people watch hundreds of millions of hours on YouTube and generate billions of views. YouTube reaches more 18-49 year-olds than any cable network in the United States. You can read even more statistics on how YouTube is
On the 1st of January 2015, the VAT place of supply rules changed. This has huge consequences to all businesses that sell digital products to other countries within the EC. The change in law is being introduced to close a tax loophole that currently enables multinational web giants like Amazon, Google and Apple to charge
Yesterday (December 1st, 2014) there was a massive DDOS attack on DNSimple, our DNS provider, which resulted in our servers, as well as many others, being inaccessible at various times throughout the afternoon. Throughout the attack DNSimple was posting system status messages with information about how they were handling the attack.
What is POODLE? To understand POODLE, you need to know a bit about SSL and TLS. They are two cryptographic protocols that were developed to help protect your important web communications. When you go to a website and you see HTTPS:// before the web address, you’re using SSL/TLS. SSL (SecureSocket Layer) and TLS (Transport Security Layer) are two very different protocols, but
If you are going to run an online store, you have to have a good web host. There are several things you want to look for in a good host, and popularity is not the number one criteria. In this article we’ll look at some of the key things you want to look for in
SSL and SSL certificates are not the same thing. SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer and is an encrypted form of communication between a web server and your web browser. An SSL certificate is required to create this secure connection between the web server and your browser. In this article we’ll cover what an SSL
Updated: April 25, 2017 If you want to sell something online you need both a payment gateway and a merchant account. But, do you know the difference between a payment gateway and a merchant account? If you don’t, setting up an e-commerce website can get confusing and you could get hit with unexpected fees.
Collecting email addresses and sending newsletters is probably already a part of your online business, but there are other aspects of email that may not come to mind when setting up your e-commerce site. For example, what about the email receipts that get sent to your customer after placing an order or follow up emails
There are several options concerning how to charge for shipping with your online store. We’ll take a look at the common solutions and discuss the pros and cons of each.
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There are many ways to tighten up the security for your WordPress site and one of the most important ones is to make sure your WordPress login screen is secured. Some options for this include: Never using “admin” as your username Require a captcha to access your WP Login page Installing an SSL certificate and
Cart66 secures all aspects of your e-commerce – your products, customer data, even your customers shopping carts.