Tag: Security


DMARC Quarantine vs Reject – What should you choose?

If we are talking about Email Security, the first thing that comes to our consideration is DMARC. In this topic, I will walk through DMARC, and the different policy options available, that is DMARC Quarantine vs Reject. What is DMARC? DMARC stands for Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance. DMARC is an email authentication protocol, […]


TLS 1.2 Supported OS and Browsers

Most of the Website will no longer supports older versions of TLS protocols which is TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1. This will be required in order to maintain the highest security standards of website. This means most of the website will supports only TLS 1.2 or higher. What is TLS? TLS which is full form […]


Cookie Authentication in ASP.NET CORE MVC Web Application

Authentication is the process of identifying the user that is who you are. Another related term is Authorization is this process of identifying whether you have authorized to access something in web it will be website pages. Authorization is the important module, most of the projects would not complete without covering this area.  Also, there […]

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WordPress Plugins Vulnerability recently found

Recently studies found that there are few serious vulnerabilities in popularly used WordPress plugins which can be easily exploited by hacker.  Those vulnerable WordPress Plugins are, WP Database Reset InfiniteWP Client WP Time Capsule WP Database Reset This plugin is used to reset the tables in database either partially or completely. Hence this plugin playing […]


10 best practices to secure ASP.NET Core MVC Web applications

In this article, you are going to walk-through 10 best practices which everyone must consider in security aspect while writing web applications in ASP.NET Core and MVC framework. These security vulnerabilities are common to all web application framework like PHP. Below are the few major security vulnerabilities which can be exploits by hacker to gather […]

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Latest WhatsApp Features added in December 2019 Update includes Group Privacy Settings

Here you can find the feature which introduced in latest WhatsApp update which done on December 2nd, 2019. Group Privacy Settings This is one of the useful features, which helps you to restrict people from adding you to groups. Most of the times you face the situation when you would add to group but where […]


How to update strong Cipher Suites in Windows server?

Here, I have explained about the Cipher Suites, recommended cipher suites and the how to apply only recommended cipher suites which has set of strong algorithm and no known security vulnerabilities in Windows Server. What is Cipher Suite? Cipher suite is a set of cryptographic encryption algorithms which provide the secure, encrypted connection over Transport […]


How to Update TLS Supported versions in Browser Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome?

In our earlier articles, we have learned about TLS protocols, and how to disable the older versions of TLS protocols in Windows Server and Apache servers. Also, we learned about browser support for older and newer versions of TLS protocols. There I have mentioned a point that all modern latest version browser by default supports […]


How to Disable/Enable SSL/TLS protocols in Windows Server?

Find the steps to enable or disable the SSL/TLS protocols in Windows Server. Here the screenshot taken from Windows Server 2016. Same steps will be applicable for all the Windows Server version. Step 1: Open Registry Editor using the command regedit from run window. Step 2: Move to below path in the left side pane […]


How to Disable/Enable SSL/TLS protocols in Ubentu/Apache/Linux Server?

To Disable/Enable the SSL/TLS protocols those are SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, TLS 1.2 and TLS 1.3, you should configure the SSL setting configuration file in Ubentu/Apache/Linux Server. You must first locate the SSL configuration file location. You can find the configuration file in below path, /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/*.conf Note: If not found check […]

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