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By: Steve Riley On: January 16, 2017 In: Internet trends, Reverse Delta's Blog, Security, Uncategorised Comments: 0

Apologies for a more technical post this time (we’re web geeks after all!). In this post we’ll be looking at the type of server...

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By: Andy Ralph On: September 26, 2014 In: Security Comments: 0

A new Shellshock vulnerability has been discovered in a component of the Linux operating system.  The vulnerability in “Bash” (which is similar to the...

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By: Andy Ralph On: April 14, 2014 In: Security Comments: 0

It’s a sign of the times when a major security vulnerability gets its own logo almost instantly. It’s like a new celebrity has hit...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: September 19, 2013 In: Internet trends, Security, Web news Comments: 0

Anyone who is using Internet Explorer (especially IE8 and IE9) needs to be aware of a “zero day” exploit that is “in the wild”...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: April 16, 2013 In: Security, Web news Comments: 0

Let me get this straight…. I love WordPress. I really think it’s the best all-round CMS, and so does the world, it seems.  Statistics...

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By: Dave Bancroft On: July 18, 2012 In: Info, Security Comments: 0

Figures from a survey by ZoneAlarm show that the 20 most common passwords we choose when set up accounts, with the most common being...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: July 09, 2012 In: Info, News, Security, Web help, Web news Comments: 0

Today, the FBI will shut down a number of Internet servers which may cause  300,000 people to lose their ability to connect to the internet. The...

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By: Dave Bancroft On: June 07, 2012 In: Reverse Delta's Blog, Security, Social Networking Comments: 0

LinkedIn’s recent security breach cased a bit stir, as these things tend to do.  It’s a very popular networking site and in simple terms...

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By: Dave Bancroft On: February 14, 2012 In: Security Comments: 0

Just be careful what you wish for. It appears that a plug-in called ToolsPack which claims to “Supercharge your WordPress site with powerful features…”...

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By: Dave Bancroft On: February 14, 2012 In: Reverse Delta's Blog, Security Comments: 0

It appears not, amid headlines of recent attacks on large companies and organisations, such  as Nortel Networks, Microsoft India, Ticket Master and most famously...

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