Your Online Cyber Security Survival Guide

Your Online Cyber Security Survival Guide

From time to time I like to share with my readers and clients items that I run across that they might find interesting. As many who have worked with me know, I love the WordFence security plugin for WordPress. I recently ran across the “Cyber Security Survival...
What 2017 May Bring for Digital Marketers

What 2017 May Bring for Digital Marketers

As 2016 has come to an end, and we are now one month into 2017, I’m sure everyone is wondering that what’s going to happen next in the world of the internet and digital marketing. The only thing constant in the world of online marketing is change, it seems. In...
WordPress Releases 4.7.1 Security Release and Update

WordPress Releases 4.7.1 Security Release and Update

Last Wednesday, WordPress released version 4.7.1 of their software. Most WordPress websites were auto-updated since this is a security fix that targeted eight security bugs, including a fix for the PHP mailer issue that they announced last month. The PHP mailer issue...
Large Scale DDoS Attack Slows Internet

Large Scale DDoS Attack Slows Internet

If you had problems with the internet today, you are not alone. A large DNS provider, DynDNS, also known as Dyn.com, has been hit with a series of DDoS attacks today. Initially, the attacks started on the East Coast of the United States in the morning, but most were...
Google Announces Removal Of “Mobile-Friendly” Tag

Google Announces Removal Of “Mobile-Friendly” Tag

In an unexpected announcement, to me, as well as others, Google has decided to remove the “mobile-friendly tag” that they have been showing in front of the page meta description in the mobile search results. Speculation is that search results have become a...
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