Securing Your Content Management Website
The most popular CMS by far is WordPress with an impressive 60.1% of the CMS market share. With widespread popularity comes vulnerability, and many WordPress sites are susceptible to attack due to running outdated, unsupported versions of the WordPress software. It’s also worth noting the 50 most downloaded plugins for WordPress in 2013 were also vulnerable to attacks such as SQL injections and Cross-site scripting (XSS).
These issues are not unique to WordPress. All CMSs are susceptible to security risks, and it’s equally important to maintain updates no matter what your platform. We’ve prepared an article for you about this important topic. Read More Here.
When Something Good Gets Better, We Call It Great.
We’re happy to say that is the case with the announcement of Red Hat adopting The CentOS Project. Here at SiteVision, CentOS is our Linux distribution of choice, and we’ve relied on its stability and security to provide the excellent hosting solutions you’ve become accustomed to. Now with CentOS having access to all of resources Red Hat has to offer, we can anticipate an Operating System that offers unparalleled results.
So who benefits from this added value? You, our customers, and we’re happy to say that’s just great! Read more at Red Hat.
30 Years ago Steve Jobs introduced the Macintosh 128K to the Chariots of Fire theme song. The computing world has never been quite the same since. And now Time has published that groundbreaking video. Check out Steve’s blazer.
30 Years ago TED was formed – an innovative nonprofit think tank devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading in the worlds of Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED) – Apple included. Today, TED conferences bring together the world’s most fascinating thinkers and doers, who are challenged to give the talk of their lives, which TED then publishes for free, everywhere.
Microsoft’s SkyDrive Becomes OneDrive
After losing a trademark battle, Microsoft is relaunching its cloud drive from SkyDrive to OneDrive. For any anxious users, everything is the same except for the name, according to Microsoft. They do, however, promise more at a preview page here, where you can sign up for the news when it arrives.
When your embedded software in a new PC (or other computing device) is crawling with vulnerabilities before you ever boot it up, it’s time to sit up and take notice.
So says Wired online in a thought-provoking article about embedded software and operating systems that – when added to the Internet of things – might just present a future security disaster.