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Make Sure Your Website’s “Robots.txt” File is Set Up Correctly

Make Sure Your Website’s “Robots.txt” File is Set Up Correctly

Don’t Block Search Engines From Seeing Your Website Please take a minute to find out about an important change in Google Analytics that needs to be changed as it could adversely affect your website rankings. What is a “Googlebot?” As you might already know, one important aspect of how Google ranks your website includes accessing …

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WordPress 4.2 is Coming

WordPress 4.2 Releasing Soon A new version of WordPress should be out next week. They’re saying April 22nd: WordPress 4.2 Release Candidate (wordpress.org) The release candidate for WordPress 4.2 is now available. We’ve made more than 140 changes since releasing Beta 4 a week and a half ago. RC means we think we’re done, but …

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Joomla 3.4.1 Released

Joomla 3.4.1 is Out An update to Joomla has been released. Joomla! 3.4.1 Released (joomla.org) The Joomla! Project and the Production Leadership Team are proud to announce the release of Joomla! 3.4.1. This is a maintenance release for the 3.x series of Joomla! and addresses issues introduced in 3.4.0 with installing certain extensions and content …

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Update Your Web Browser NOW (POODLE Related)

Update Your Web Browser NOW (POODLE Related)

It Got Serious… Quick As website developers, software like web browsers is important to us. Of course, without them, you can’t view the World Wide Web. There has been a pretty serious flaw discovered recently that could be big trouble for you if you’re running an old web browser – meaning one that’s not considered …

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SSL – POODLE

SSL – POODLE

SSL Vulnerability We do know about the CVE-2014-3566 vulnerability in SSL V3 nicknamed “Poodle.” Of course, everything now needs to have a sexy (easy to say) name attached to it instead of saying CVE-2014-3566. I’m kind of surprised there’s no logo yet, so here’s a picture of a poodle for you to help lighten the …

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Server Maintenance – Oct 27 Early Morning

There is some planned server maintenance being done to two of our servers on October 27, 2014 from about 3 am to 4 am. Some downtime is expected. Thank you,-Tony

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Shellshock Bash Vulnerability (CVE-2014-6271)

We’re Good. We’ve already had our servers patched. If you’re concerned about this major vulnerability, here’s more information: The Internet Is Broken, and Shellshock Is Just the Start of Our Woes (www.wired.com) Shellshock is one of the oldest known and unpatched bugs in the history of computing. But its story isn’t that unusual. Earlier this …

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WordPress – Slider Revolution and Showbiz Pro Update Needed

Upgrade Needed for Some WordPress Websites We have identified and have sent notices out to any of our clients that have been affected by this possible vulnerability listed here: Serious Vulnerability in WordPress Plugin sold via Envato Market (marketblog.envato.com) If this affects your website, we’ll let you know and specify how many Maintenance Blocks it …

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Web5 Server Work (was: Issues on web5)

We have some issues with our web5 server that we’re working through at the moment. Things should be cleared up shortly. -Tony UPDATE (06/19) 08:15 am: Websites back up. UPDATE (06/19) 10:10 am: Some problems with email still – working on it. UPDATE (06/19) 11:50 am: We encountered an issue with the web5 server earlier …

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WordPress – All in One SEO Plugin Security Update

WordPress – All in One SEO Plugin Security Update

Update Your WordPress Plugins – Especially “All in One SEO Pack” There’s a great SEO plugin for WordPress called “All in One SEO Pack” and we’re using it on many WordPress websites we’ve created. As with all software, holes are discovered. A hole was found with this software and we wanted to notify everyone about …

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