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Latest versions of popular web apps: 10-11-13 edition

Make sure that your web apps are always running the latest version. Quite often, updates to web apps contain essential security fixes rather than feature upgrades. Keeping your apps up to date helps to keep the server and, most importantly, your site secure. Below are the latest versions of some of the more popular web […]

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Latest versions of popular web apps: 10-03-13 edition

Make sure that your web apps are always running the latest version. Quite often, updates to web apps contain essential security fixes rather than feature upgrades. Keeping your apps up to date helps to keep the server and, most importantly, your site secure. Below are the latest versions of some of the more popular web […]

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It’s time we had a talk about email blacklisting.

We know that email blacklisting drives you crazy. Let’s get down to brass tacks and clarify this situation as much as possible. It does us no favors if you, as a customer who relies on the functionality of our services, believe that this is happening or continuing due to neglectful behavior on our part. That […]

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Latest versions of popular web apps: 9-27-13 edition

Make sure that your web apps are always running the latest version. Quite often, updates to web apps contain essential security fixes rather than feature upgrades. Keeping your apps up to date helps to keep the server and, most importantly, your site secure. Below are the latest versions of some of the more popular web […]

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iOS 7 Lock screen vulnerability and how to fix it.

We’ve just come across an interesting article in TUAW about a vulnerability in iOS 7’s lock screen, which will let anyone access your apps without ever needing to unlock your device. If you want to feel like a super-elite hacker, if only for a moment, grab your iOS 7 enabled device (not someone else’s) and […]

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Latest versions of popular web apps: 9-19-13 edition

Make sure that your web apps are always running the latest version. Quite often, updates to web apps contain essential security fixes rather than feature upgrades. Keeping your apps up to date helps to keep the server and, most importantly, your site secure. Below are the latest versions of some of the more popular web […]

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Global Attack on WordPress Sites

There is an on going and highly distributed, global attack on WordPress installations at every known web host to crack open admin accounts and inject various malicious scripts. In a detailed analysis of the attack pattern it was found out that most of the attack was originating from CMSs (mostly wordpress). Further analysis revealed that […]

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Prevent blacklisting: Do these 3 things right now!

The wave of hacked email accounts is hitting some sort of terminal velocity lately. The result of this, as some of you may have seen, is servers ending up on blacklists, which ultimately prevents some of your messages from reaching ┬áthe intended recipients. We take every precaution on this end to prevent spam from being […]

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Selma, Nelson, blacklists and shared server SSLs.

It’s been quite a week and it’s only Tuesday. I apologize up front for the issues, no matter how big or small, that you may have been experiencing this week. We do our absolute best to keep things running ship shape and problem free but there are times when all of the proper maintenance & […]

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Problems with WordPress dashboard and widgets? Here’s a fix.

As of the 3.5 update to WordPress, we started receiving reports from a minority of customers that some functions simply stopped working in the WordPress dashboard. Specifically, the quick edit dashboard panel was unresponsive, under Add New Post ┬áthe toolbar above the text area wouldn’t populate, and, the drag and drop functionality in the Widgets […]

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