Go Daddy Online Security
Bad guys are out there trying to get your stuff. Learn how to protect yourself against their dirty tricks with best practices as shared by Go Daddy experts and the Internet community.
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Over the past several days we have seen a sharp increase of brute-force attacks on our system. These attacks attempt to gain access to customer accounts that have weak passwords. While these attacks are nothing new – our Security team identifies and defeats dozens of them every day – this current wave is sophisticated and large in scope. Many hosting providers are reporting similar issues this week. We believe we have mitigated much of the attack, but there is a chance you could be affected as it continues. Because of the security measures we must put in place to address this, some...
Our Chief Information Security Officer, Todd Redfoot, recently penned a post for Elliot's Blog and it's so awesome that we thought we'd share the info with you.Knowing that an outside party accessed one of your accounts can be incredibly frustrating and exhausting. But there are practical steps you can take to protect your accounts and the information you store in them.7 basic ways you can make sure your accounts stay secure:Use a strong password. Eight characters is really not sufficient, a strong “passphrase” is the better choice. A creative device to help with generating strong...