… and it’s the end of July. Yes, an entire month with posts dedicated on helping you protect your identity and security online. That was our first themed-month, and it was an excellent thing to run on our blog.
We would like to personally thank BitDefender for partnering with us for the month. Hopefully our security-themed articles helped you. And don’t worry, we’re not going to stop covering security – we will be still doing some tips periodically.
And don’t think those entries for our competition go to waste, BitDefender representatives are reading them, and hopefully use this insight to better their already-good security solutions.
If you missed the action, here’s a quickie recap on what happened on Security Month (July):
- Ever wondered where computer viruses get their names from?
An insight in the security business dealing with how viruses get their names, like Melissa and Conficker.
- Tips on making (and remembering) a secure password
The “ultimate” guide on how to make your password secure, and tips on how to remember that password.
- Keeping your hosting account secure
Stewart Wilson gives you handy hints on how to make sure your hosting account is secured.
- How to prevent your blog being hacked
Keep your blog secure by the only way you before an attack happens – do it now!
- F#*K! My blog got hacked. Now what?
Got hacked? We provide some handy tips to recover your blog back to its normal state.
- The Competition / The Winners are Announced
Here are the entries for the competition, all readable by the public; and the winners announced on a special edition of the TECHGEEK Podcast.
It might not be a Review Month from a particular site – I bet they got the idea of a themed month from us – but holding something to bring to you your attention protecting yourself, that has got to be something. We might be doing this again, but only time will tell.