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User authentication and login management strategy and tips
May 24, 2023

No Code App Builders – How Do They Work?

No-code app builders are valuable. According to UserGuiding No-code Growth Marketing Report, 85% of workers say that no-code tools add value. Small

May 17, 2023

Top React Developer Tools for Creating React-Powered Sites

React has become one of the most popular JavaScript libraries. According to a Statista survey, it’s used by 42.62% of respondents.  React’s

May 17, 2023

5 Ways to Avoid Email Phishing Scams

Email phishing scams are skyrocketing. Three billion phishing emails are sent every day, as per ZDNET. These scams also have a substantial

May 15, 2023

Quick Guide to the Top User Authentication Protocols & Methods

User authentication is the process of ensuring the right people have access to the right resources by verifying their identity.  Although it

May 10, 2023

The 25 Best Free & Premium Webflow Templates

Today, we’ll share 20 best free & premium Webflow templates to help you create a stunning website. Also, the list includes 5

May 3, 2023

5 Ways Vault Vision Eliminates Security Breaches

As per National Cyber Security Alliance, 60% of small businesses fold within 6 months of a cyber attack. With cyberattacks rising, companies

May 3, 2023

XSS and CSRF Attacks – How to Prevent Them

Two of the most common types of web-based attacks are XSS and CSRF. As per NVD and CVE, in 2018, 2.69% of

May 1, 2023

Social Login Authentication – More Secure Than Passwords

Age is catching up with password-based authentication; it’s not secure anymore. As per GoodFirms, 30% of respondents in our survey reported a

May 1, 2023

Password Spraying Attacks – What They Are & How to Avoid Them

Cybercriminals use the technique of Password Spraying to steal accounts of organizations. Microsoft says more than a third of account compromises are

April 25, 2023

PIN Authentication Passkeys – Say Goodbye to Passwords

Passwords are losing their popularity for securing digital information. According to Verizon’s report, 81% of hacking-related breaches used lost or stolen credentials.

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