Yesterday Wordfence Security posted that 6.7% of all attacks they see on WordPress sites come from hacked home routers. Today they posted a tool on their website you can use to scan your home router and make sure it is closed to attacks. Click the link to read more and scan your router now.
Many of my client’s websites have been showing an error in the admin dashboard stating “An automated WordPress update has failed to complete! Please notify the site administrator.” I have done some research and it seems that this error is appearing after you have run the WordPress updates (any updates) and there is a new […]
Okay, I get it. People want your business so they target your website on the internet, send an email in the hopes that they can drum up some new business…. but seriously when you read their email to you offering their ‘service’ sometimes it’s almost laughable. They either didn’t even bother to look at your […]
I received in the mail a notification of one of my domains expiring. The title said ‘Domain Name Expiration Notice’. Now you might think that this is normal getting a domain renewal form in the mail. But what you don’t know is it isn’t from the company I host with! The title is deceiving, in […]
Wishing all my clients and fellow internet junkies a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! For those who celebrate different holidays, I wish you happy holidays and blessings for the new year! I am looking forward to 2016, I plan on redoing my website (again) and providing more tutorials and information for those who […]
Multiple WordPress Plugins are vulnerable to Cross-site Scripting (XSS) due to the misuse of the add_query_arg() and remove_query_arg() functions. These are popular functions used by developers to modify and add query strings to URLs within WordPress. The official WordPress Official Documentation (Codex) for these functions was not very clear and misled many plugin developers to […]
I just completed Programming in C# using Visual Studio through Durham College online studies. Proud to say my final grade was 91%! I am now registered for ASP.NET using C# also through Durham College. The course starts the second week of January 2015 and will complete mid-April. Looking forward to learning to program using .NET!
I would like to thank Cindy from Wanna Web Design for creating our great website. We are very happy with the end result and could have not chosen a better person to create our website. Cindy was very patient with us and took time to explain the process step by step. Stephanie Rodrigues – VR Plumbing […]
This was posted on my Facebook page and I just have to share it…. for all the web developers out there! Go to http://theoatmeal.com/comics/design_hell
What you need to know about the serious ‘bug’ affecting (not so) ‘secure’ servers: A “serious vulnerability” has been found in the software that often encrypts your user name, password and banking information when you log into “secure” websites, as indicated by the little lock icon in your browser. The “Heartbleed bug” has the potential […]