In 2014 Google made a statement on their webmaster central blog mentioning that Google would start to give a slight ranking boost to secured HTTPS websites using a SSL relying on a 2048 Bit key.In January 2017 Google mentioned on their Google Security Blog that they had introduced with Chrome Version 56, a "Not Secure" mention in the address bar for website transmitting password or credit cards information. While being announced in April 2017 in this official blog post, we...
This month came with its load of new features for which you can find the changelog below :
Shared Web HostingCurative and in Real Time Malware Detection to avoid acccount suspension upon mail spam + Automatic .htaccess Shield set up
On the fly scans of malwares through HTTP upload (BETA)
Upgrade Modsecurity to 2.9
Automatic Kernel security patches upgrade without reboot
Upgrade Apache to 2.4.18 (slight perf boost)
XMLRPC Attacks Protection without blocking the Wordpress Jetpack Module