These articles show you how to set up SSL and help enhance your site's security.
Hosting security is important, and the A2 Hosting Perpetual Security initiative contains several features that help protect your web site from malicious actors. Learn about them here.
On unmanaged hosting packages, you are responsible for server administration. One of the most important things to do is secure your server, and this article provides the information you need.
If your web site gets hacked despite your best efforts, this guide is here to help you. Learn how to secure your site and help prevent future attacks.
Unwanted e-mail (spam) can be a major hassle, as well as a potential security risk. Learn ways to fight spam with these articles.
These articles discuss security-related issues for specific applications, such as WordPress.
Using a strong password is vital for your account's security. This article offers some techniques and advice on how to create a strong password.
For unmanaged products, one of the most important things you can do to maintain a more secure server is to regularly apply updates. Learn how here.
For unmanaged products, the fail2ban program can greatly simplify the task of defending against scripted attacks and botnets. Learn how to configure fail2ban in this article.
Read this article for all you need to know about how the "Heartbleed" vulnerability affects your server. Please note that this article only applies to certain unmanaged products.
Learn about software vulnerabilities in web applications, and how you can help keep your account secure.
Email phishing attempts aim to glean your identifying information for nefarious purposes such as identity theft. It's best to stay informed and keep a few tricks in mind to prevent yourself from becoming the victim of a phishing attack. This article covers the best methods to protect yourself and your account at A2 Hosting.
This article guides you through the process of obtaining reCAPTCHA keys from Google.
Clients now have the ability to use TLS 1.3 for LiteSpeed servers.