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3 Ways to Use a Domain Name | GoDaddy

We’re gonna show you three ways that you can use your new domain name.

Did you go with the classic.

Com, or claim a sly new extension like.

Guru? Either way, your domain name is a powerful little piece of text.

You’ve purchased the perfect domain name and you're ready to put it to work for you.

The first way you can use your domain name is to create an email account.

Already have an email account? Most people do.

Chances are sometime in past you signed up for a free email account.

It was enough for keeping in touch with friends and creating your online dating profile.

But now you’re a grown-up; and you do grown-up stuff, like running your small business.

Isn’t time to up your email game? You can use your domain name for a custom email address.

Think about it; if you want your business to stand out from the crowd, which email address is going to get it noticed: the free one you’ve had since college, or the customized one that uses the name of your business.

Using your domain name for your email address not only looks more professional, it’s a great way to promote your business! Customized email is great, but like most people, you probably got your domain name to create a website for it, which is the second thing you can do with your domain name.

Using your domain name for a website givesyou a dedicated, branded space to introduce your business to anyone, anywhere, who can connect to the Internet.

Even better, your website will get your businessalmost boundless marketing reach.

People from Arizona to Zimbabwe will be able to can find you online with just a click of the mouse.

But what happens if you’re so busy running your business that you just can’t find the time to build your website, or even find someone to do it for you.

You might consider forwarding your domain name to somewhere else on the Web, until you get site up and running.

This is the third thing you can do with your domainname.

Confused? Let me explain.

It’s not uncommon for small businesses just starting out to create a Facebook business page.

If you have a Facebook business page, or another social media account on the Internet, you can use your domain name to forward visitors to that page, until your website is up and running.

With forwarding in place, anyone who navigates to your domain name in their browser, will be automatically forwarded to a web page you currently have – like a Facebook business page.

Clever, right? And there you have it.

With all the power and potential your domain name has, why would you ever let it just sit there and collect dust.

Use it for your email address, a new website, or to forward visitors to an existing website, but put it to work for you now!.

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White Hat SEO-The ethical way to rank your website.wmv

How do you use White Hat SEO to build your website rankingsusing ethical ways: This involves building backlinks, using aninternal site structure, creating valuable content and writing guest blog posts amongstmany others.

Here's what you can do and you should do whenit comes to SEO with the help of the white hat seo techniques:#1: You can focus on ranking your websites for the long term perspective.

#2: You can do link building or off-page SEO.

Link building basically means to post linksback to your website or to collaborate with other website owners so they post backlinksto your website.

They can either write a blog post and refer to something on your websiteor you can simply post on their website as a guest.

Make sure you don't abuse it.

Don'tdo more than 10 backlinks per website per day.

#3: The ultimate white hat seo guidelines: focus on pleasing your visitors rather thanGoogle.

Keep these two things in mind and you'll definitelybe able to rank your website pretty well.

The users who are pleased with your contentwill refer it to other people which in turn will share it more often.

Google makes the most money when their visitors find what they want.

That's because if a userdoesn't find what it wants repeatedly by using Google, it will try other search engines andleave Google for good.

#4: Use keywords and optimise your webpagesfor certain keywords.

A keyword is a search term that a person usesto search the database of a search engine.

When many people search for the same term,the search engine will display the content based on relevance.

This is why it makes senseto optimise your website for certain search terms that are often searched for.

In thisway, you have a chance at having your website ranked on the first page of Google.

The following are bad practices when it comes to seo:#1: Don't exchange too many links with other websites.

This operation doesn't create more value for your visitors and this is why Google hatesit.

#2: Don't create content just for the searchengines.

The web pages that are created just for thesearch engines aren't read.

Many people after seeing them, revert back to the search engine.

Ensure that you don’t stuff keywords and spam.

The content should be readable and notwritten for the search engines but for the humans consuming it.

#3: Don't post spam on other websites with links back to your website.

This is an inefficient practice and most search engines are able to ignore spam from theirrankings.

#4: Do not pay for backlinks.

Certain people pay other website owners to post backlinks to their websites.

Or the practiseof using link farms to buy links is not taken too kindly by the search engines.

Then Googlewill penalise who accept to exchange backlinks.

If these backlinks are from unrelated websitesor from non unique IP’s which offer little or no value to the consumers, it will be treatedas black hat.

If the links are not gradual but start appearing too fast will also betreated as black hat.

#5: Do not get impatient and indulge in unethicalmeans If it does not seem natural you will penalised.

You cannot go from 10 links to 1000 links in one month and not be noticed.

The qualityof the links will matter more than the quantity.

Earning a unnatural link penalty is not somethingyou want.

Go gradual, slow and steady wins the race.

Any uthical means such as cloakingand deception in any form will not pay in the long run period.

#6: Avoid keyword stuffing hidden content to deceive search enginesAs pointed out earlier don't stuff keywords in the hope of ranking higher.

Read as a humanbeing and check if it makes good reading.

Also there have been some deception techniquesused in the past of hiding the keywords in the same colour as the background which arenot visible to the reader but are used to deceive the search engines.

#7: Nor use gateway pages These are pages that are stuffed with keywordswithin the content and re-direct a user to a landing page.

The readers do not see theactual page but this form of deception is not accepted as a ethical method.

The above are the things you should do and the things you should avoid when it comesto improving your search engine rankings, in simple terms.

The things you should docan be called white hat SEO actions.

I encourage you to focus on implementing the white hatSEO approach on the long term.

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Black Hat SEO – Mortal Sins to Avoid in SEO

MARK: Hi, Iím Mark Steinbrueck, and thisis Kurt Steinbrueck.

Weíre with OurChurch.

Com, and on this video weíre going to talk aboutblack hat SEO, or search engine optimization, and what the mortal sins to avoid in SEO.

This seems pretty scary, Kurt.

(laughs) Very scary.

KURT: Black hat, what is black hat SEO? Well,the term ìblack hat,î just so you know, is really a reference to the old TV Westernswhere the bad guy would always wear a black hat, and a white hat for the good guy.

Sothatís what itís referring to, people breaking the rules and all this kind of stuff, to tryto get ahead in the search engines.

Generally speaking, thereís usually nothingmorally wrong with whatís going on.

If youíre hacking peopleís sites, okay, thatís anissue.

But usually itís more of a risk-reward type thing.

The real risk here is that theseare things that the search engines have said, ìLook, if you do these things, weíre basicallygoing to treat you like youíre trying to manipulate us, and weíre just going to eitherpenalize you or kick you out.

î So imagine your site no longer in Google, and what thatwill do to your site.

Thatís the risk that youíre taking with these things.

Personally, I think theyíre things to avoid.

The trick is that theyíre also things that tend to work, and thatís really the seductionof it, right? If it didnít work, then nobody would even try to do it.

But they do work,and so people are lured into doing it because you can usually get quicker results, betterresults sometimes.

Itís just, if they find you, you lose everything.

Thatís the riskthat you take.

Itís kind of like if you cheat on a test.

If you can get it away with it and you have all the answers, you got 100 on the test.

Thatís great.

Take the morals out of it.

(laughs) But if the teacher comes by and seesyou with your little sheet, then you failed the test, you got a zero, and probably ñ MARK: Kicked out of school.

KURT: Yeah.

Got in trouble with your parents,all that kind of stuff.

So thatís really what weíre talking about.

Weíre going tolook at some of the specific things with black hat.

Itís not everything, but itís justsomething to give you an idea of some of the major things to look out for.

The first one is keyword stuffing.

What thisis, usually it happens when somebody realizes that they can rank better in the search enginesbecause they used keywords on their site, and then they just went overboard.

They tookit too far.

So either theyíve just created a block of text that just had every keywordthey could think of, and they stuck it on the bottom of their page, or maybe they usedone keyword but they kept adding more and more and more and more.

Sometimes itís even a gradual thing.

Youstarted out and youíre like, ìWell, Iím not doing too well for this keyword, so Iímgoing to add it in on my page,î and then, ìIím still not doing as well, so Iím goingto add it a few more times,î and then after a few times of doing that, all of a suddenyou realize, ìIíve got this one keyword on here 50 times,î and itís not naturalat all.

It doesnít make any sense.

So when youíre just shoving all these keywordsin, thatís something that the search engines look for, and they can certainly penalizeyou for it.

Another thing is whatís called cloaking.

What cloaking is, is basically any time that you show the search engines different contentthan what youíre showing users.

This can be done in a couple of different ways.

Oneway is thereís HTML little coding tricks where you can actually determine if the personviewing your site is a Google bot or a person, like a real person or is it a search enginerobot, and deliver different content.

So youíre showing the search engines one thing, youíreshowing the people another thing.

Sometimes this is done for semi-legitimatereasons.

Maybe you want to show people something that looks like graphics, and the search enginescanít read that, so youíre like ìIíll just show the search engines all this realcontent, but the people I want to show graphics.

î Search engines still donít like it, evenif you think that thereís a legitimate reason to do it.

Sometimes itís a very illegitimate reason,and weíve had people who showed content to the search engines that was maybe about automotivestuff, and then the people go and click on the link and itís a gambling site or something.

Itís just completely different.

So whether it seems legitimate or not, you really wantto be showing the search engines the same content that youíre showing people.

Thatíswhat they want you to do, and thatís how you should do it.

Thereís two other ways that people cloakI want to mention, because these are actually more common.

One is to try to hide text bymaking it the same color as the background.

So youíre like, ìOkay, I donít really wantto show people this really optimized text that has all my keywords in it, so Iím goingto make it so they canít see it because itís the same color as the background, but thesearch engines will still be able to read it.

î Well, search engines can read colorstoo, so they know when youíre doing that.

The other thing is to hide it behind imagesand things like that, so you put the text in there, then you use some little codingtrick so that an image is displayed on top of it.

Thatís another thing.

They can usuallydetect that as well.

But just donít try to hide content.

Donít try to cloak things likethat.

Thatís bad news.

Another thing that happens is buying links.

Buying links is a pretty popular thing to do for a black hat thing, because links arereally very important in SEO.

When we first started out with search engines, everyonewas kind of trading links, because they found that that could help.

Then the search enginessaid, ìWeíre not going to count those anymore.

î So then people started buying links.

Thisis something that the search engines really started to crack down on.

There are ways todo it, because there are legitimate reasons to buy links, but if you donít follow themethods and the standards that the search engines give, then theyíll see it as youíretrying to manipulate their rankings.

Basically they say mark the links by identifyingthem as a paid link.

Just having something sponsored or whatever on it.

And then alsoadding a nofollow tag.

So if you do those, then theyíre fine with it, because youírebeing open with them.

Youíre saying, ìLook, I bought these links, but Iím not tryingto mess with your rankings at all.

I want this because I wanted that link there.

î Theyírefine with that.

But if you start to do it without those things, then theyíre goingto look at it as youíre trying to manipulate things and they can punish you.

They can alsopunish the site thatís selling you those links.

MARK: Yeah, thatís the interesting thing,is theyíll target both the selling site as well as the buying site and penalize bothof you.

KURT: Yeah, so itís dangerous for both.

Andbuying links is really just one of many linking schemes.

Thatís the next thing.

Itís kindof an all-inclusive concept, but thereís just a lot of link schemes out there, thingsthat people try to come up with to get links that are not legitimately gotten.

Theyírenot really people saying, ìHey, I love this content on this site so Iím going to linkto it,î itís just other ways of getting links.

Sometimes itís spammy blog comments.

We seethat a lot.

I have a couple of blogs, and Iím constantly deleting those.

Sometimespeople will create forum profiles, not to actually do anything on the forum; they justcreate the profile and put a link on there.

There are things called link pyramids wherethey create all these spammy links and they go through all these different sites thatlink to each other and link to each other, and they end up with a couple of sites atthe bottom that then link to your site.

The idea is that somehow the search engines wonítlook far enough down the pyramid to realize that all these spammy links are really justdirected at your site.

They can figure that out.

So thereís just a lot of things like thatthat you have to watch out for.

A lot of times, the people that are offering these thingsare not very forthcoming about that, so when youíre talking to someone about a link opportunity,if you will, a lot of times if you start hearing things like, ìHey, weíve put these thingsin place to protect you or to buffer you from the link building strategies that weíre doing,îthat should tell you that what theyíre doing is something that could get you in trouble.

MARK: Yeah, thatís a red flag.

KURT: Yeah.

If youíre doing legitimate linkbuilding, you donít have to buffer.

You donít have to protect yourself.

You want the searchengines to know those links are coming from you.

MARK: Yeah.

I think it brings up a good pointthat if an organization that does SEO for you is engaging in the black hat SEO practices,they donít have anything to worry about.

Itís all going to come back on you, the websiteowner, or the website itself.

So if your website were to get caught and banned or penalized,itís not going to have any effect on the company thatís performing that.

And you mayor may not have known that they were engaging in these kind of practices, so itís veryimportant for you to try to listen, as Kurt said, very carefully to the practices thatthey do.

Really, when it comes down to it, those kindof practices, those black hat techniques, will only work in the short-term, becauseGoogle and Yahoo and Bing have thousands of people that are paid to go out and manuallylook at websites that are doing these kind of things, that are hiding text or engagingother kind of black hat practices.

So they are very good at doing what they do, verygood at finding people or websites that are engaging in these kind of practices, and soit is a very short-term gain that you will get, and as a result you could have some verylong-term problems.

KURT: Yeah, absolutely.

There were some recentupdates when Google was going against a lot of these things, there were a lot of companiesthat lost everything.

And one other link scheme that I want to mention, just because itísbeen pretty popular lately, is something called private blog networks, which are basicallya network of thousands of blogs that you can buy into, and you then submit your own content,if you will, that can have some of your links on it.

The blogs are not really intended for users.

They try to tell you to put in legitimate content and everything, but generally speaking,itís usually a lot of spammy stuff that just has links.

But itís something that the searchengines have very specifically said ìDonít do this.

î Theyíve actually taken down severalof the private blog networks.

They have infiltrated them and figured out what they all are andjust wiped them out.

MARK: Wow.

KURT: So itís something to avoid.

MARK: Yeah.

So as a summary, black hat SEO,the mortal sins to avoid: keyword stuffing, cloaking, buying links, and just overall linkschemes are things that you want to avoid.

As Kurt mentioned before, these are just afew of the many different things, black hat techniques that people engage in to try togain the system that you should try to avoid.

We want to thank you for taking the time towatch this video.

I hope that it has been informative.

If thereís anything that wecan do for you here at OurChurch.

Com to help you accomplish your goals or mission online,please email us at support@ourchurch.

Com.

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Responsive Web Design to Get More Traffic – Whitehat Shepherds Bush London

well up did you know that you're losing a lot ofvisitors and potential customers if your website is not mobile friendly a study commissioned by Google showsthat 52 percent of users are unlikely to engage with the business that has a nonmobile friendly website having a responsive webdesign means thatyour website response or adjust accordingly to the size of the screen whatever device people are using to viewit you need a response website right now as more and more people are using mobiledevices to visit Web sites let's look at the stats there were 120million owners a smart phones and $50 million owners have habits in 2012 there will be one point four billionsmartphone by the end of 2013 by 2014 there will be more mobileinternet users and desktop internet users one in three minutes spent online is nowspent beyond the PC you can't avoid people will check yourwebsite using a mobile device and more so if you're a local businessas of December 2012 27 percent of total web traffic camefrom mobile devices accessing directories and other local leftresource this is a major increase from only sixpercent the previous year so if you do not have a mobile-friendlywebsite a growing number of mobile users who areyour potential customers will simply balance of a website a Google study shows thatsixty-two percent of companies reported in increase in sales after designing amobile responsive website yes people are buying products andservices online with their mobile devices mobilee-commerce accounts for 11 percent of US retaile-commerce in the fourth quarter 2012 at 7.

2 billion dollars this is from a mere three percent in thefourth quarter 2010 1.

6 billion dollars m-commerce isestimated to reach 30 8.

4 billion at the end of 2013 and 101 eight billion dollars at the endof 2017 if you want a piece in this expanding hido the smart thing and get a mobile responsive web sitetoday your competitors are probably investing on a mobile responsive website right now or have probably implementedone already if your website is not mobile responsive dislikes and your customers to yourcompetitors google recommends responsive web design is it gives their robots in easier time when crawling indexing yourwebsite as you only have one version of yourwebsite to crawl yes responsive web design is good for SEO what are the problems you probably haveas you don't know where to start what design is probably too technicalfor you and no one is explaining the technicalities to you in relation to howit will benefit your business or maybe your current provider is aperforming or the price if your web design provider you were talking to istoo high well it is high time for you to go withthe right provider we want your business to become moresuccessful we can build your website based on a responsive web design architecture that automatically adjustto the signs have your viewers screens so it looks perfectly on all devicesleading to a great user experience we use were press the world's leadingcontent management system in SEO friendly platform in which we set upyour content ready and content driven block we want to get to know you and guide youinto the future we first go through an in-depthconsultation with our clients we want to thoroughly understand whatyour business is your target customers are and how we can help meet their needsthrough the planning and execution of your website we're here to help you attract morevisitors both for mobile and desktop devices so you can turn them into leads andcustomers with your beautiful mobile responsive website this is what it was heading and willbuild the last website you'll ever need give us a call to learn more about howwe can help you build a cutting-edge mobile responsive web design which is content-driven SEO friendly web sitethat is customer-friendly and ready for the future today.

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How to Get Page One Rankings with White Hat Linkbuilding tips | By Adam Payne

– [Adam] Hey everybody, Adam Payne here, and in this video, we are gonna learn a really cool white-hat three very powerful link-building technique, so that you can get good-quality, relevantbacklinks to your websites or your YouTube videos.

Now, this is gonna work best if you already have avideo or a website created and the content on yourwebsite / article / post or YouTube video, is good-quality.

If you've got a trashy videoor a trashy piece of content you're trying to rank,this may not work so well.

So with that being said, thefirst thing you'll need to do is to install a freeGoogle Chrome extension called Check My Links.

If you don't know how todo that, go to Google, type in "check my linksGoogle Chrome extension" and the first result will be the link, the extension itself.

Click on it, install it, and it will appear in the top right, a little checkmark witha green and red box.

Once that's done, you know that you've installed the extension correctly.

Then, you wanna head over to Google and do a search for a related search term in your niche.

Now, I've already done onefor the example of this video, so I went to Google andI typed in coconut oil, and I went to one of theresults on the first page, and I found this particularwebsite and this article.

I then clicked this little link and this extension(mumbles) the whole page and it brought back all of the links, and it highlighted everysingle link on this page.

There are 177 links on this page, so it goes to show the sitesthat rank well on Google have tons of internal linking and tons of links on their page.

But two of these are invalid, and they're highlighted in red, so what I now need to do is come through and find the ones that are red.

So let's come through,and we can find here, this is one here.

Just to make sure that it is broken, and that the extensiondidn't make a mistake, I wanna click on it.

And it brings up this URLand it says "Post not found".

So, there are two things that I can do.

If I already have a good piece of content, which is about the healthbenefits of minerals in relation to coconutoil, I may or may not have, but if you're doing asearch for these things, then you should already be in that niche, I can contact thewebmaster of this website and offer my good-quality video or website as an alternative, and just tell them that their link is broken.

Now, they may just goahead and fix their link, but they may add my content instead because it's gonna addvalue to their readers, and then I get a great backlink from a website that is alreadyhighly ranking on Google.

This method works greatfor Wikipedia pages and Wikihow pages.

If you can find links onthere that are broken, and believe me, there are lots of them, then you can just contact the webmaster and suggest your link as an alternative.

And a lot of the times,you'll get accepted, of course, sometimesyou will not hear back or people will say, "thanks, but I'm just gonna fix the link", but this is a great wayfor you to get links.

And another thing what you can do is, if you find a bunch of links and you don't actually haveany content directly related, so you may not have any content directly related to minerals, you can go ahead and you can copy the URL of the broken link, and youcan come to what's called the WayBack Machine,which is this website, archive.

Org/web.

And you can paste the link in here and hit BROWSE HISTORY.

And not every time, but sometimes, you'll be able to get a snapshot of what that website lookedlike at a point in the past.

And we can see here that thispage was saved six times, so we come down and we justfind one of those little dates, and we hover over it, and weclick this little link here, one second, and what it will do, is it will bring up that page.

Now, it's gonna take a littlebit of time to redirect.

And if I had a health-related website or a coconut-oil-related website, what I could do is I couldcopy this entire article, paste it on my website and publish it, and then send it to the webmaster for them to then link back to my site.

So, this is a great thing to do if you don't have the content created.

Now, in this particular case, I probably wouldn't copy this page and then send it back to theoriginal owners as my own, 'cuz that would be a bit unethical, but if this was on a Wikipedia page and it was linking toa URL that had expired or disappeared, that kind of thing, then, you're good to go.

This is a great way toget good-quality links to your YouTube videosand to your posts or pages on your websites or blogs.

Takes a little bit of time,little bit of research, and yes, you do really need to have good-quality content forpeople to want to link to it, but if you're serious aboutgetting links to your content, this is a great method.

It's free with regards cost, it does take a little bit of time, but then that's the wholepoint of online business.

I hope you found this video useful.

If you did, please Like the video, please subscribe to my channel, and if any of you arelooking for more information on ranking with regards to YouTube videos, then please click the linkthat's just appeared now, and you'll get a littlefree gift to your inbox.

Cheers, and I'll speak to you soon.

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01-Introduction to Ethical Hacking ( Welcome) By IT Training and Solutions

Hello, my name is hamza, cyber threats are everywhere, and are becoming more aggressive complex and sophisticated.

Enter the white hat hacker, who protects users by diligently seeking out the weak spots so a company can fine-tune their security posture in this course, I'll explore today's threat landscape, dissecting the top attack vectors and motives for attacks.

I'll define ethical hacking and compare the differences between white, grey, and black hat hackers.

Finally, I'll explain the importance of structured ethical hacking in an organization.

This course is part of the ethical hacking series.

If you're ready to lock things down, let's get to it.

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02-Introduction to Ethical Hacking ( What You Should Know ) By IT Training and Solutions

This course is intended for network administrators, students, teachers, or anyone with an interest in learning more about the concept of ethical hacking and reasons it is important in an organization as part of an overall security framework.

Participants should have a basic understanding of terms and concepts and an interest in the subject.

Now let's get started.

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03-Introduction to Ethical Hacking ( Hacking Ethicaly) By IT Training and Solutions

The goal of the ethical hacking series is to help system administrators understand how to better protect the assets they manage.

I'll focus on the concepts of ethical hacking in order to explain why it's essential in any organization's overall security framework The tests and procedures I explore should only be executed on your own system or on system that you are charged with protecting.

If ownership and responsibility lie with another party, be sure to get clear written instructions with explicit permission to conduct ethical hacking activities.

Do not investigate , websites, servers, or conduct any illegal activities on any system you do not have permission to analyze.

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04-Introduction to Ethical Hacking ( Information Security ) By IT Training and Solutions

Companies are faced with numerous challenges to protect the infrastructure Network environments are complex and can include bring your own device, bring your own application, Cloud computing, virtualization, social media and a new technology that is added to the mix on a daily basis.

Coupled with the challenges cyber threats are becoming more aggressive, complex and sophisticated Attackers range from the disgruntled employee, to crime rings and nation states.

The attacks can include cyber crime, hactivism and espionage Every organization and government is a potential target including Sony, Fox, Lockheed Martin, law enforcement, Target and many others.

The attacks are highly organized by skilled and motivated players and have resulted in massive amounts of sensitive data such as credit cards, medical data, intellectual property, passwords, and state secrets being exposed The increased complexity of current cyber attacks correlates to the shift towards more aggressive and coordinated mechanisms.

In addition the attacker profile has changed.

Reported hacking activity began as early as 1971 when John Draper also known as Captain Crunch developed blue box phone phreaking which is achieved by using frequencies or tones to manipulate telephone switching hardware in order to make phone calls.

In the 1980s, an old school hacking group called the PHIRM was founded and published guides related to breaching systems and obtaining information In March 1986, Dark Creaper of the PHIRM wrote How to Get Anything on Anybody And in 1989, he published a guide hacking Bank of America's home banking system The escalation and hacking activity brought a lot of scrutiny, farewell arrests, which led to the group's disbanding.

In 1988, graduate student Robert Morris of Cornell University launched a worm on the fledging ARPANET which is a precursor to the internet.

Morris managed to take down about 6000 network government and university systems.

Morris was discharged from Cornell, served three years probation, and was fined $10,000 Soon afterward, cybercrime began to intensify.

The computer emergency response team or CERT is created by DARPA to dress network security.

And congress passed the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act in 1989 making it a crime to break into computer systems The first DEF CON conference took place in Las Vegas in 1993 right after the internet became public And the first conference was meant to be a party to say goodbye to hackers and freakers bulletin board systems or BBS But the gathering was so popular, it is now an annual event.

In May 2000 the I Love You virus or Love Bug infected millions of computers around the world within hours of its release.

The virus was sent as an email attachment with I Love You in a subject line.

When opened, the message was resent to everyone in the recipients Microsoft Outlook address book.

In addition, the Love Bug ate through every PNG,MP3, and other files on the recipient's hard disk And it's considered to be one of the most destructive worms in history After the attacks on 9/11, the Department of Homeland Security was created and is responsible for protecting the United States IT infrastructure.

One of the key components is the EINSTEIN program.

An intrusion detection system that monitors the internet for unauthorized traffic You can find out more about the EINSTEIN system on the Department of Homeland Security's website Despite the popularity of firewalls, intrusion detection systems, anti-malware and layered security technologies attackers are able to penetrate our fragile data with the scale of a surgeon's blade.

Companies fall victim to attacks for a number of reasons.

Mostly do vulnerabilities which include configuration errors, unpatched systems human error or software flaws.

Companies are hyper vigilant and recognize the importance of human expertise in a complex security architecture As a result, organizations need to continually assess the security measures in place in order to defend against ongoing threats Ethical hacking is an important element of a comprehensive security plan.

As ethical hacking provides a mechanism to test the computer system or a network with a purpose of locating vulnerabilities that could potentially be exploited so they can be addressed.

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How to Build Backlinks to Every Content Publish Everyday | SharpRocket Episode 1

Hello everyone, Venchito Tampon here.

Director of Marketing at SharpRocket.

Today, I'll answer one question on Quora.

He said, how can I build backlinks to each blog post if I'm pumping out content everyday? First things first, I assume that your content isn't a rehashed or a duplicate of content of another brand.

And it's something that really provides value to your audience It's something that you are very proud of to promote massively to your audience.

I assume it's a great content that you are putting out every single day.

Otherwise, I'd rather spend my time publishing one or two high-quality blog post every week Promoting it to my audience I assume it's a great content There are two things that you can do Hire a virtual assistant Here in the Philippines you can hire someone around $5 or $7 per hour What you can do is Take a video of you working on the campaign prospecting for link opportunities or blogs in your industry and doing the email outreach Document it There are a lot of tools out there.

that can help you document that video.

Send it to the VA and help him or her In that way, you can semi-automate your outreach to that person Second thing that you can do is to do Facebook advertising Retarget your website visitors You can create a custom audience based on the website visitors And it will retarget those who visit your website It will show in their newsfeed The thing here is that you need to customize it a little bit more in detail specific to the industry or topic of each of your blog posts You can use that customized audience to every content that you promote Two things Hire a virtual assistant to semi-automate your outreach or link prospecting process Second thing is semi-automate content promotion using Facebook advertising I hope I answer your question I want you to build more links to rocket up your rankings.

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