Posts Tagged “security”

Why A Lack Of HTTPS Could Kill Your Reseller Business

by Kelly Kirkham

The secure web transfer protocol HTTPS is not new. In one form or another, it’s been around for more than 20 years. Yet it’s only recently become a necessity for any site to adopt HTTPS.  Even since cybersecurity became a hot button issue, HTTPS has been viewed by some as an optional extra. Traditionally only…

How To Install An SSL Certificate

by Kelly Kirkham

Securing your reseller hosting website is not only crucial for protecting your own data, but it’s also vital for securing your customers’ personal data, too. Adding an SSL Certificate to your website is the best way to quickly secure you and your customers’ data by encrypting it as it passes between your server and their…

How To Manage WordPress Users

by Kelly Kirkham

If you are a regular WordPress user then you know how incredibly powerful this Content Management System (CMS) can be. Whether you manage a blog connected to your website or have your whole website built with WordPress, the functionality and usability cannot be beaten.  WordPress security concerns Tens of thousands of plugins, themes and widgets…

The History Of SSL Certificates

by Kelly Kirkham

If you glance up at the top of your screen, you will notice a small green padlock indicating that the website you are viewing is encrypted. This small green padlock is in place due to an installed SSL Certificate on the website. It indicates an increased level of security that represents over ten years of…

Best WordPress Security Practices

by Kelly Kirkham

If you happen to be a WordPress website administrator, chances are that security and reputability are major concerns in your web development strategies. Considering that there are over 75 million WordPress websites online, hackers often target WordPress websites simply because there are so many more opportunities in which to succeed.  Hackers know that by using…

10 Ways To Become A Password Master

by Kelly Kirkham

It seems that there isn’t an app, website, or device that we can sign into without the use of a password. While we all inherently know the importance of passwords, it’s not unheard of for us to cut corners now and then. Sometimes we might reuse the same password for unimportant accounts, or we may… Refresh: Protecting Your Clients

by Kelly Kirkham

If security is a top priority for your online profile, we have the tools you need to keep your data, as well as your clients’ data, safe. Top resellers understand that their savvy clients know exactly what they need to be successful online. has the packages you need to protect websites and the data…

Welcome To The Refresh Kick Off!

by Kelly Kirkham

Welcome to the Refresh! Our team has been hard at work to create a whole new look for Our new setup comes fully equipped with more products and improved services. From email hosting to website security, we have the reseller tools and services you need. is revving its engines for a whole…

Reseller Hosting Security: What You Need To Know

by Kelly Kirkham

Reseller hosting businesses come in all shapes and sizes. Depending on how long you’ve been in business, you could still be getting the hang of things, or you might be an old pro by now. Either way, security is an important aspect of your success. In this article, we will focus on website security and…

How To Install An SSL Certificate For Your Reseller Website

by Kelly Kirkham

Security should be a major priority and concern for all hosting resellers. Keeping your client information safe is paramount to your success as a reseller. An SSL Certificate is an easy way to increase security while also proving to website visitors that you are a reliable, reputable web host that is worthy of their business….

Is Public Wifi Safe For Work?

by Michael Wolter

As work spaces become more flexible, many professionals will find that their office location changes frequently: one day it may be their kitchen, the next day a coffee shop, and the third a public library. With all this moving about, professionals are likely to connect to a public wifi network at some point. However, more…

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