Cruzio Security Policies

…your personal information and your computer safe. » follow Cruzio’s Security Tips Cruzio doesn’t give your information away We don’t sell, exchange, or share your information with other companies, except the minimum required to partner with other companies to bring you services (see our Privacy Statement for details). Cruzio has strict rules about giving out even small pieces of information or making any changes to an account. W…

Velocity DNS Settings and Security

…If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Cruzio Support. DNS Security Features for Velocity Users These features are enabled on the DNS servers automatically assigned to Velocity users: DNSSEC validation DNS reputation validation Closing DNS servers to off-network requests DNSSEC validation allows you to be sure that the websites you visit are in fact the legitimate site, and not a fake site put up by criminals. For more information,…

Keeping your website secure

…Search for “security” Joomla Extensions Directory – Site Security Drupal: Enhancing security using contributed modules Sign up for Google Webmaster Tools, create a profile for your website, and enable notifications. Google will notify you if they detect problems with your site. Website Security Consultants Maybe you have limited time for reading, researching, and implementing security measures for your website. If you want to enl…

Netgear WGT624v3 Router Setup

…Next. You will be asked if you want to protect your wireless network with security features. Click Yes. The following screens will help you configure your wireless security settings. First, choose WPA-PSK and click Next (If your computer does not have Windows XP SP2 or above, or OSX 10.3 or above installed please refer to the WEP section at the end of this document). Enter an 8-63 character passphrase in the passphrase box. Click Next. You will n…

Connecting a Windows PC to a Wireless Network

…do I do if I cannot connect, or get frequently disconnected? If there are security measures in place on the router, such as MAC address filtering, access could be denied. Make sure you are aware of any security measures before proceeding. The network’s name, or SSID (Service Set Identifier), may have changed. If the network is your own, connect to your router with your web browser (with a wired connection) and check the SSID settings. The n…

How to update Thunderbird for Mac to use the new Cruzio email settings

…efore the @ symbol, change it to your full email address. Step 15 – Under “Security Settings”, “Connection Security”, make sure the drop-down menu is set to “None”. Step 16 – Under “Security Settings”, “Authentication Method”, make sure “Authentication Method” is set to “Password, transmitted insecurely”. You do not need to change any other settings on this page. Step 17 – Click “OK” to save changes. Step 18 – Test sending and receiving. The email…

Firewall Configuration

…as been turned off: Click the Start button and choose Control Panel. Click Security. From the Windows Firewall section, choose “Turn Windows Firewall on or off.” On the right, click “Change settings.” Click “On (recommended).” Windows XP If you are running Windows XP Service Pack 2, the firewall is on by default. If it has been turned off: Click the Start button and choose Control Panel. Switch to Classic View a…

Changing your hosting passwords

…to change your web hosting-related passwords regularly. For other Internet security recommendations, please see Cruzio’s Security Tips. Changing your Control Panel password Log in to your control panel. Click one of the following icons (different control panels use slightly different wording): Under Tools, click Edit icon. OR Under Account, click the Change Password icon. Enter your new password in the Password field, then enter it again in…

How to update Thunderbird for Windows to use the new Cruzio email settings

…efore the @ symbol, change it to your full email address. Step 15 – Under “Security Settings”, “Connection security”, make sure the drop-down menu is set to “None”. Step 16 – Under “Security Settings”, “Authentication method”, make sure “Authentication method” is set to “Password, transmitted insecurely”. You do not need to change any other settings on this page. Step 17 – Click “OK” to save changes. Step 18 – Test sending and receiving. The email…

Using Secure Image URLs in ShopSite

…#8221; icon. Click the “Hosting Service” button. Under the SSL Security Settings section, locate “Use SSL security in Shopping Cart”. If that checkbox in not checked, click it to enable it. Locate “Secure Store URL”. If you are on Classic hosting, this should be set to: https://www#.cruzio.com/shopsite-images Where # will match the number you see while logged into your ShopSite admin page in the URL at the top o…