The team behind the popular open-source CMS Drupal is urging admins to update their sites to ward off a nasty bug that could leave their sites “highly compromised” to attackers, according to the organization. The effected versions (Drupal 6, 7 Continue reading Highly Critical CMS Bug – 1 Million Sites Open to Attack
By Piotr Gaczkowski – Freelance Software Engineer @ Toptal In today’s online world, the battle to attract users continues to rage on, with app makers preferring either mobile or web apps. Desktop applications are becoming less and less relevant. Moreover, Continue reading Command Line Tools for Developers
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$6 TRILLION will be spent on cybercrime every year through 2021, because of cyberattacks, according to Cybersecurity Ventures. In 2013 People Lost: $84M to romance scammers $51M to auto scammers $18M to real estate rental scammers No business is Continue reading Cyberattacks: The Trillion-Dollar Industry Infographic
Source: Pixabay. While the concept of good bacteria isn’t all that revolutionary – Lactobacillus casei, a type of bacteria that lives in the human intestine and mouth, birthed an entire industry of pro-biotic dairy products – the idea of friendly Continue reading Wifatch and Cheese, Malware Vigilantes
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Here’s a scenario a lot of us developers find ourselves in: you built your amazing static site. And when it came to deciding on your build tool you chose Grunt, because it simplifies the build process. Everybody else uses it, Continue reading Grunt and AWS S3: How to Streamline Your Deployment Process
Has this happened to you? If you are a WordPress site user, you may have noticed that you often get a bunch of fake WordPress user accounts when you enable user registration. I have often searched for a smart, non-intrusive Continue reading Those Annoying Fake WordPress User Registrations
We’re not the only Internet services organization out there that monitors our infrastructure and Internet footprint. It seems as though there is a group of technologists and data-miners out there, who call themselves #Netcraft. They collect a very thick, yet Continue reading Who Is #Netcraft?