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    Default Encryption and End point protection

    I want to encrypt all the passwords of my website with high security. Can I trust the Cyber security solution providers like NCI http://nci.ca/ for that? I don't possess much knowledge about the cyber world. Do you know any other better service provider to suggest me? What is your opinion on doing end point protection along with encryption?

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    How was your website built, i.e, which tech stack was it built on, which CMS or web-framework?
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    Thanks for the reply. It is a CMS site..

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    Quote Originally Posted by furtado View Post
    Thanks for the reply. It is a CMS site..
    I am seeing this a bit late but, if the CMS is of any worth the password are already encrypted (hashed). This is not something that you should be messing with, you as the end-user should not interface with the process. The only thing necessary for you as the site owner to do is enable a TLS/SSL security certificate, force HTTPS connections and keep the CMS updated.
    1.8 Ghz Pentium 4 (OC'd.) / Intel P4 (478) Motherboard / 800MHz DDR / 256 Mb DDR RAM / 40GB Seagate / RIVA TNT2 Pro 32MB / 24X12X24 Sony CDRW+ / 18" View Sonic CRT / Windows ME Yes it will play Doom... i plan on trying Crysis 3 one of these days.

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