Top tips to secure your web server

Powering over 90% of the world wide web, Apache, IIS and nginx are considered the 3 most important web servers. They are considered to be easy to get up and running, have an active development team behind them and react quickly to security issues. Most companies running these web servers trust the communication to the […]

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Are you prepared for PCI v3.0?

At the end of December 2014 the new set of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) will come largely into force, with just a few small elements having the later deadline of July 2015 to allow businesses time to adapt. If your company or organisation processes card transactions, either directly or through a […]

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Delegate tasks, limit access and stay in control with Acunetix OVS Multi-User Access

A new feature to the online version of Acunetix – Acunetix Online Vulnerability Scanner (OVS) now allows the owner of an account to create child users, delegating vulnerability scanning and reporting tasks to other users and at the same time auditing their actions. This increased flexibility has been introduced following feedback from current users, who […]

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8 tips to secure your IIS installation

You have just finished installing IIS on your Windows OS. You’re probably thinking that you can delve into the web development world and forget all about the underlying web server. After all, IIS is a Microsoft product so it should install with the right default configuration settings, right? That is far from true with IIS. […]

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