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Adobe Roadshow Is Coming Down South

Yeeha folks. It’s that time again – dates have been announced for the Adobe Roadshow for Australia and New Zealand. Check out the link after the break for more information! http://www.adobe.com/ap/special/cs55roadshow/index.html

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Securing osCommerce Websites

Over recent years, osCommerce has increasingly become a target of hackers. It seems every few months a new exploit gains traction and causes havoc amongst osCommerce shop owners. In recent weeks, we have noticed a small but significant number of customers running out of date & improperly secured osCommerce installs fall victim. The following post […]

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CSF Security Upgrade

ConfigServer Firewall : New Version 5.30 Fixed a security bug that can be exploited remotely via log file spoofing resulting in root privilege escalation. Our thanks to Jeff Petersen for reporting this issue All CSF users should upgrade to this release immediately! More details about the CSF Security Upgrade http://www.configserver.com/free/csf/changelog.txt http://www.configserver.com/cp/csf.html

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Why does PHP have a bad reputation?

Freelance PHP consultant Lorna Jane Mitchell explains why PHP’s bad reputation is unwarranted, explodes some popular myths and suggests some excellent resources along the way PHP has the reputation of being the poor cousin of scripting languages, due to outdated language features and plenty of poor quality code written using it. I use PHP as […]

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SSL Partially Encrypted

After installing an SSL, a common subsequent issue (in most modern browsers) is the the dreaded “Connection Partially Encrypted” warning.

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Updating Exim in cPanel

Exim is a Message Transfer Agent (MTA) developed at the University of Cambridge for Unix based systems. It is extremely important to keep your Mail Server Security settings in check and the first step is making sure your MTA is up to date. As of 10th December 2010 a nasty root access exploit has been […]

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10 Reasons Your WordPress Site Got Hacked

Learn more about why your WordPress site got hacked WordPress is an excellent CMS, however, like with all web-applications, they require tweaking on the user’s behalf to make them bullet-proof against common web-threats. If your WordPress site has been compromised or you’re just looking for some practical ways to secure it, be sure to read […]

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New Fantastico 3 Version

We are in the process of updating all our shared hosting server to the newest Fantastico 3 version, which will give you the ability to install 500 opensource software apps with the click of a button. Instant Updates Fantastico F3 makes it possible to upgrade as soon as a script update is provided by the […]

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New Joomla Release: Joomla 1.5.14

The Joomla Project has announced the release of Joomla 1.5.14, which contains fixes for two material bugs that were introduced in version 1.5.13 and one low level security issue. Instead of waiting for the normal 6 to 8-week release cycle, this release has been made available to users now and we recommend all users of […]

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Urgent security update – Joomla 2.5.3

On Thursday the Joomla project released version 2.5.3 to patch two serious security vulnerabilities affecting all Joomla 2.5.2 and all earlier versions including Joomla 1.6 and 1.7. It is CRITICAL that all Joomla instances — version 1.6, 1.7 and 2.5 — upgrade immediately to version 2.5.3.

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