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What can we Learn from Nick Saban when it comes to Cybersecurity?

January 10, 2018 / by Maria Holler posted in BlindHash Technology, magento, ecommerce, password security

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How to Plan a Magento eCommerce Site - a short guide

January 9, 2018 / by Aspiration Hosting posted in magento, ecommerce, password security

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Online shoppers are sophisticated and why wouldn’t they be? They are accustomed to making buying decisions on sites like Amazon and zappos, business that invest millions in studying user behaviour, and then invest billions in building cutting edge functions to serve their client’s desires. Fortunately, the smart Magento eCommerce site serves for both big online retailers and small businesses.

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What All Management Teams Should Know About How Passwords are Stored

November 7, 2017 / by Maria Holler posted in BlindHash Technology

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What would happen to your Club’s Brand if you had to tell your members their passwords had been stolen? (First of a three part Blog Series)

October 18, 2017 / by Ray McDonald posted in BlindHash Technology

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New nopCommerce security plugin makes passwords virtually impossible to steal

October 2, 2017 / by Maria Holler posted in BlindHash Technology

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Cybersecurity is constantly changing making it difficult to ensure your data and passwords are secure.  As a business with a login page, the PR nightmare that ensues when a breach occurs makes it critical to have the proper cyber security plan in place.

For many years, best practice has been to protect passwords by using computational power to slow down the hashing process.  The current nopCommerce application uses a password hashing algorithm called SHA1 which is the same hashing algorithm Linkedin was using when they were breached via an offline attack in 2012. When BlindHash is implemented on your nop website, passwords become virtually impossible to be stolen via an offline dictionary attack.

SO WHY SHOULD YOU USE BLINDHASH FOR YOUR NOPCOMMERCE SITE? THE BETTER QUESTION IS ...



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Why Take a Chance? Equifax is learning the hard way.

September 22, 2017 / by Maria Holler posted in BlindHash Technology

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Three Key Steps to Protect Your Members' Passwords from Hackers

August 16, 2017 / by Maria Holler posted in BlindHash Technology

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McConnell Golf Selects BlindHash to Make Members’ Online Passwords Virtually Impossible to Steal

August 8, 2017 / by Maria Holler posted in BlindHash Technology

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Leading Golf Club Operator Implements New Technology that Prevents Hackers from Compromising Member Accounts.  

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Data Breaches Happening at Record Pace, Three Key Steps to Protect Your Site

July 25, 2017 / by Maria Holler posted in BlindHash Technology

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3 Key Steps to Protecting Your Website From Hackers:

According to a recent NBC news report, data breaches in the U.S. jumped 29% in the first half of 2017.   Yet businesses are still opting for convenience over security and thus putting themselves, their future, and their customers in harm's way. 

Here are three easy steps to take to protect your website from hackers.

#1: INSTALL AN SSL CERT ON YOUR SITE
When a site begins with https://, it indicates that an SSL cert has been installed on the site.  According to hostgator, if you have an online store, or if any part of your website will require visitors to hand over sensitive information like a credit card number, you have to invest in an SSL certificate. The cost to you is minimal, but the extra level of encryption it offers to your customers goes a long way to making your website more secure and trustworthy.

#2: INVEST IN SECURITY PLUGINS
Not all companies have the resources to invest in a full IT team, and thus must rely on security plugins to ensure their website is safe.  Depending on your website platform (Wordpress, Magento, shopifynopCommerce, etc.), there are numerous companies such as BlindHash that offer additonal security layers at reasonable rates to ensure you are protecting yourself against a possible breach.


#3: KEEP YOUR SITE UP TO DATE
It may seem obvious, but ensuring your website is up to date on the latest version of your software platform keeps hackers on their feet. By having the newest version of your platform installed you are minimizing the risk that you’ll be hacked and besides updates usually take very little time to complete.

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Security by Obesity

July 18, 2017 / by Maria Holler posted in BlindHash Technology

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WHY SECURITY BY OBESITY?

With typical password hashing, each user has his or her own salted hash that can be individually stolen and attacked. The amount of data that must be stolen is miniscule, and high-value users can be targeted by stealing just a few bytes.

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