Security

  • ExoClick supports Safer Internet Day

    ExoClick supports Safer Internet Day

    ExoClick is an Ad Network that works hard to promote transparency and safety on the internet. One of the ways in which this is done is ExoClick supports “Safer Internet Day". Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday, the 6th February 2024 this year. The aim is to raise awareness about the current issues affecting internet users, especially young people. ExoClick is an Ad Network promoting ad compliance and end user... Read More

  • How ExoClick protects Publishers on our network

    Website publishers

    ExoClick’s Compliance team is constantly working to guarantee ad chain flow security, ad quality and full industry compliance at all times to protect our Publishers. ExoClick’s mission is to ensure a great browsing experience and that all parties within the ad supply chain are protected, we have strict policies and guidelines that govern the kinds of ads we allow on our platform. We also closely monitor our advertisers’ campaigns, to... Read More

  • Enabling Two-Factor Authentication on ExoClick accounts

    Protecting your account information is a top priority for ExoClick, that is why we recommend that you activate Two-factor authentication. What is 2FA and why you should be using it? Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a highly efficient way to secure your accounts and digital assets. It works like an extra layer of security to better protect both user's credentials and the resources that the user can access. So when you... Read More

  • Google to mark HTTP webpages as “not secure”

    From the 1st of July 2018 Google will begin marking all HTTP websites and webpages as "not secure". This change will coincide with the release of their updated browser, Chrome 68. The marking will appear within the URL browser navigation bar at the top and will look like this: You can find additional information on Googles security blog article here: So what will this mean? Google has been actively leading the market... Read More

  • Today is Google’s HTTPS Day – is your site secure?

    ExoClick has been advising its global network of publishers to switch their URLs from HTTP to HTTPS for a while now, because as of today, Google Chrome will show a 'Not Secure' message next to the URL in the browser bar if the publisher site attempts to collect data, such as password requests or credit card information. However, it is expected that in the near future Google will penalise all... Read More