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Hey everyone! I wanted to spend this week talking about security and privacy, two issues that have always been important but have been in the news lately, with data breaches and privacy concerns about certain tech giants 😁
To start off, how do you ensure that your website is secure? The most important way is to install a SSL/TLS certificate when you set up a website. This will make your website load over HTTPS, instead of just HTTP. You can usually get a free Let's Encrypt cert when you buy your domain, so there's really no reason to not make your site secure. Also, Google will drop you in search rankings if your website is still using HTTP!
The second most important way to keep your website secure is to make sure your software is kept up to date. This means keeping your npm packages updated and monitoring if any have a security issues that are later fixed. And if you have a CMS like Wordpress, you definitely want to make sure it's kept updated-- the core install, your theme, and all plugins.
What's your top tip for keeping your website secure? Feel free to share below! Next up we'll be talking about passwords, usernames, and avoiding common hacking attempts.
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CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? (2018)
Have we killed good films?
Check out the review to see what the gab thinks, link in bio!
This film is not a masterpiece, but it does not deserve to be ignored simply because it has a modest plot. There is a raw honesty underpinning that is so distinctly human it is beyond my ability to articulate it with accuracy. 📚 🐈 🥃
On another note...
Excluding welcomed exceptions, cinema seems to be in a period were financial success is synonymous with stardom. The implication is that we allow only two films to be made: bloated blockbusters or unrelatable indies.
Not every blockbuster is worth the ticket price and not every small release is arthouse dribble. What do you think?