Monthly Archives: July 2016

What Is HTTPoxy And How to Fix It?

On July 18, 2016, the vulnerability called HTTPoxy was disclosed. The bug allows an attacker to exploit HTTP request redirection. An attacker can pass the Proxy HTTP header with their request, and thus change the URL by which the application accesses backend services.  In that way, a trespasser can steal credentials, change the responses the server sends to the application, gain access to confidential data, etc. More →

How to Protect Your Site from Hacking and Infection

When it comes to hacking no website is absolutely safe. It may have dire consequences: website performance decrease, valuable information loss, content blocking, password theft, etc. To minimize the risks, it is important to ensure the security of the server, hosting and the computer from which the admin panel is accessed. If you want to learn how to do this, please read our new article.

We offer you a number of recommendations to minimize the risk of site hacking. More →

How to Speed Up Your Site

Ideally, the site should load instantly. More than five seconds – and you lose your visitors, unless your site is very popular and unique. However, site popularity is also not a good reason to keep people waiting, because it reduces their loyalty. Moreover, search engines include the load speed to the ranking factors list. So website speed testing and improvement are tasks of primary importance.

There are several popular services and tools to check the site speed. Such a test usually takes a few seconds. Start fixing bugs right after the results are received. The most common bugs are: More →

How to Create an Effective Landing Page

Frankly speaking, creating an effective landing page is quite a difficult task. Just imagine: you have to strike a balance between information content, creativity and selling capacity within a few scrolling screens. We offer you the most complete guide to creating a productive LP.

Landing page is usually used to drive traffic and suggests the visitor performs particular actions leading to conversion. Ideally it should be one action for the entire page: More →