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Posts by: Frank B.

16 Reasons Why People Leave Your Website

Written by Alex Bashinsky | @abashinsky You’ve written some really compelling copy for your website. Your product images are polished. Your overall site design is professional. And thanks to marketing initiatives like these ones, you’re getting traffic to your site. So why is it that so few of those visitors are converting into leads and customers? For help make you…
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Google Chrome’s new Bookmarks

Here's an interesting observation and fix by my good friend Bill Rowe: Went to add a new bookmark to Chrome today(Ctrl D) and they have changed it big time. They put this one in without asking and it sucks. Instead of a nice list with sub folders as deep as you like, you have great big icons for folders about…
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The Impacts of a Hacked Website

By Tony Perez on March 19, 2015 . 0 Comments Today, with the proliferation of open-source technologies like WordPress, Joomla! and other Content Management Systems (CMS) people around the world are able to quickly establish a virtual presence with little to no cost. In the process however, a lot is being lost in terms of what it means to own a website. We are failing…
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Critical Vulnerability Disclosed on WordPress Custom Contact Forms Plugin.

By Marc-Alexandre Montpas on August 7, 2014 If you’re a using the Custom Contact Forms WordPress plugin, you need to update it right away. During a routine audit for our WAF, we found a critical vulnerability that allows an attacker to download and modify your database remotely (no authentication required). The vulnerability was disclosed to the plugin developer a few weeks ago, they were unresponsive. The…
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MailPoet Vulnerability Exploited in the Wild – Breaking Thousands of WordPress Sites

A few weeks ago we found and disclosed a serious vulnerability on the MailPoet WordPress Plugin. We urged everyone to upgrade their sites immediately due to the severity of the issue. The vulnerability allowed an attacker to inject anything they wanted on the site, which could be used for malware injections, defacement, spam and many more nefarious acts. This is not…
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Massive Malware Infection Breaking WordPress Sites

The last few days has brought about a massive influx of broken WordPress websites. What makes it so unique is that the malicious payload is being blindly injected which is causing websites to break. While we’re still researching, we do want to share share some observations: This infection is aimed at websites built on the popular WordPress CMS It is…
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SQL Injection Vulnerability – vBulletin 5.x

The vBulletin team just released a security patch for vBulletin 5.0.4, 5.0.5, 5.1.0, 5.1.1, and 5.1.2 to address a SQL injection vulnerability on the member list page. Every vBulletin user needs to upgrade to the latest version asap. vBulletin is a very popular forum sofware used on more than 100,000 web sites. Directly from vBulletin.com: A security issue has been reported to us…
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Online Sales Not Happening ?

Everybody (only a slight exaggeration) is a web designer these days but does "everybody" know how to market your business online ? It takes a lot more than a website to sell stuff online. We are experts at Strategic Online Marketing. If you would like to find out more about how we would make your biz an online success, call…
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