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Have you ever forgotten your password and tried to login multiple times to your bank account. After 3 failed attempts a message comes like “Your exceeded your login attempts. Please try later or contact our account reps” Brute Force Attacks or multiple failed login attempts are sometimes used by malicious users to gain access to […]

Bloggers are younger and better educated but earn less than the general U.S. adult (18+) population – and they are more likely to be single, male, and actively engaged in new media, according to a study by BIGresearch. Of those who blog occasionally or regularly (26% of the [online] population): 53.7% are male. Nearly half […]

US internet users watched more than 10 billion videos online in December 2007, according to comScore’s Video Metrix, which reported that the month was the heaviest in viewing since it began tracking online video consumption. Top-ranked video property Google Sites (including YouTube) extended video market share gains and now account for nearly one out of […]

Secunia reported Popular Wordspew plugin to have an input vulnerability which can be exploited to inject SQL commands to your wordpress installation. User supplied input to the parameter “id” could be exploited by malicious users to inject SQL. Here is how a visitor to your site can inject SQL through the plugin: From the URL […]

WordPress users, please note WordPress has a new urgent release update. If you allow registration to you WordPress site, then I would recommend you to download and replace xmlrpc.php. WordPress 2.3.3 has other minor bug fixes as well, but if you are just looking for the security fix, then downloading xmlrpc.php should be good enough. […]

Hosting Service Interruption.

My apologies for any hosting service interruption. I host a number of sites on a server that is owned and supported in a datacenter run by Yesterday, their site was down all day, so I couldn’t even open a ticket and follow up on the issue. I received an email last night letting me […]

According to the latest Nielsen Global Online Survey, more than 85% of the world’s online population has used the internet to make a purchase – this is about 875 million, up 40% in the last two years. Thanks to all those who have worked behind the scenes, to allow affordable and secure web presence to […]

Each wordpress version has it’s known vulnerabilities. It’s a good practice to show as little info about your site installation as possible. You don’t want to make your site an easy target. right? Well, ideally you should always upgrade to the latest version, but to be honest a lot of us put this at the […]

Question: I am receiving tons of e-mails. Most of these emails are auto responder reply to These look strange as I haven’t created these email accounts. Answer: It seems there is a spammer that has spoofed your email address to sent out spam emails. Since all the undelivered emails bounce back to the email […]

The Block Magazine WordPress Theme is a new theme promoted by Adii. I took a look and like some of it’s features, specially on the sidebar Adii added Domtab integration into the sidebar to display either Recent Articles, Popular Articles or Most Commented Articles. You can edit it to display anything you like. This is […]

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