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hacking, worms, viruses, cryptography, encryption

How to add Cloudflare SSL to a WordPress website

Why SSL? Google Search and Google Chrome are making it more and more unattractive to still have an HHTP (insecure) website, and are pushing publishers to go “HTTPS Always & Everywhere”. Offering HTTPS used to require an expensive SSL certificate,… Continue Reading →

Cleaning up an infected PHP server (Mal/Badsrc-M – Troj/PHPShll-B)

I recently discovered that a number of sites of mine were considered unsafe by Google, Firefox, Yandex … The reason was they had detected malware being served to visitors of the site. I checked a bit further and I discovered… Continue Reading →

WordPress editor scripting blocked by IE7

For those of you with WordPress blogs, does this look familiar? The new Internet Explorer 7 blocks a lot of (Javascript) scripting for security reasons, which means that clicking on “link” in the WordPress editor gives the warning message above…. Continue Reading →

You give out your passwords every day

If you’re allergic to acronyms, don’t read on. I’ve reached an all-time TLA/FLA density high in the following article! THE PROBLEM Who knows the passwords you use for your email accounts? Who knows the password you use for your FTP… Continue Reading →

Removal of Serflog/Sumom worm

My little niece had been trying for a while now to send me through MSN Messenger a picture called “How a Blonde Eats a Banana”. My reaction was, as any one’s should be: don’t know what she’s sending, nor why,… Continue Reading →

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