Security


WordPress and Drupal have both recently released their latest security updates. There were vulnerabilities found in these two platforms. The vulnerabilities are due to DoS (denial of service) on the PHP XML parser. This issue can cause sites’ database to reach the maximum number of open connections. Hence, the affected sites will experience temporarily downtime. […]

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Happy (& Scam-free) Valentine’s Day


Posted on Feb 14, 2014

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! This is the day to celebrate love in its various forms – joy, passion, and happiness. We express our love through flowers, balloons, chocolates, and the list goes on. With customized eCards, accessories and online florist booking services we can conveniently prepare our Valentine’s gifts online. And not surprisingly, internet scams […]

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Is your password as secure as you think? By now, we’ve all heard of tips and tricks to keep our online accounts secure. Passwords such as 12345 and QWERTY are obvious password choices to avoid. However, with the influx of hacker tools and algorithms, your current choice of password may not be as clever and […]

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It’s October, which is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (or NCSAM)! In honour of this month, we’ve written up a few tips for you to stay safe online. Red Flags That You’ve Been Hacked You see posts that you’ve never made on your social network page. While you may wish that you lost 36 pounds […]

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Content Theft – What Can You Do?


Posted on May 3, 2013

In simple terms, content theft refers to the stealing or unauthorized usage of web content (both graphics and text) by another website. “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”? Certainly not in the case of content theft. Most content thieves steal content simply to fill space on their websites and attract traffic (think Google AdSense). Content […]

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