In recent years everyone has become more security conscious and to protect data when being transmitted the adoption of FTPS is now the default by many hosts, in many cases this is just a simple change in your software if it's supported, any modern software should support FTPS.

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SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between 2 devices for example your web browser and the site you are visiting. The SSL connection between the devices ensures that all data passed between them is encrypted and remains private, as SSL is...

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SSL Certificates provide a secure connection between a you and your browser and the website (server) you are visiting with all data/messages encrypted with PKI (Public Key Encryption). Once you have a valid SSL certificate this will enable you to show a padlock in your browser to indicate the connec...

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Creating and managing redirects with your site can be done with a .htaccess file, the .htaccess file allows you to add to the default server configuration and has many more features than just creating redirects. When creating or making changes to your .htaccess file it's important to double check yo...

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With all the recent buzz about setting up your site to work with https (SSL/TLS) you may have just had an SSL certificate installed for you or installed this yourself, if you have requested it be installed for you then don't expect them to reconfigure your site an have it automatically redirect to h...

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