An Introduction to Web Servers: Part 2

A web server will typically run as a daemon (system service) under a single application process. That initial process will then spawn child processes that handle virtual servers, individual websites, or even individual requests. As such, a web server could spawn hundreds or even thousands of processes per day, per hour, or even […]

Does the World Trust Your Website?

How do you make the world trust your website? OK, yours is an organization of repute, but that is not enough for people to trust your website. Why? Well, there are chances that information to and from the website might get intercepted during transmission. So, you have got to ensure that such interceptions never happen. […]

Is Your Website Secure and Certified?

SSL is, to an extent, an obsolete term. There is another acronym doing the rounds in the technological circles. It’s TLS or Transport Layer Security. Before I talk about TLS, let me tell you what SSL is. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, a protocol that ensures that the transactions between a browser and your […]