Urgent attention – A new flaw has been discovered in Apple’s FaceTime that allows the person calling you to be able to see and/or hear you before you have decided to accept or decline the call.
The recommended action is to disable FaceTime, which can be done from settings on an iPhone or iPad.
They are working to correct the issue but take care in the mean time.
We will let you know when they fix it.
Hi Everyone, we have finally got the verification page going, It is not as automated as we would like it to be but it works, so please feel free to use it if you need to check that the site you are on is actually the site you think it is.
This only works for TrueSeal websites, so if they are displaying our seal on their site then you can check it is actually the right site. Our seal of course will only be valid on the site it is registered to but in case there are fakes out there, which we have seen a couple of lame attempts that just look fake, you can use this tool.
Look under products –> Verification Page.
We hope to make it ore automated in the near future.
Due to the success of our True Seal website seal products and by popular demand we have decided to launch a website of its own.
This is an informational site, so please bear with us whilst we get everything working correctly. The new verification page will be hosted here also. This is an exciting part of the TrueSeal product so that web users can verify that the site they are looking at and has our logo to say it is a TrueSeal site is actually that site and it is still valid and not fake.
Look out here for special offers and news all about True Seal website seals.
In just a couple of months, Google Chrome will start to point out the fact that your website is Not Secure if you do not have an SSL (TLS) certificate on your website.
This means that when a visitor arrives at your site they will see the word Not Secure in the address bar next to your website. This can lead to some visitors leaving straight away. Continue reading Google Chrome Forces Websites to use SSL