Archive | August, 2011


Stopping Badware

I’ve always been a strong believer that good behaviour and a clean internet would lead to a better experience for everyone. There is a lot of nasty stuff out there and we’ve always tried to do what we can to stop it from affecting our clients. Unfortunately “network abuse” is not “sexy” or exciting and […]

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Save Save Save on DotCo Domain Registration

Can’t find a good .com domain name? Have you tried .co? With over 1 million .co domain names registered .co is proving to be a pretty popular domain extension, but there’s still way more choice than what you’d find in .com We’re currently offering a special discount price on .co registration. Get a one year […]

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Combining DNS, RSS and FourSquare

I love playing with social media services and I love new technologies. When we first started working on it was to provide a “sane” service for ourselves and by extension, me. So doing something that allowed a combination of domains AND social media AND technology obviously was going to happen at some point .. […]

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Blacknight Warn Users to Mind Their Content Management Systems

Cases of compromised website Content Management Systems (CMS) are on the rise and Blacknight would like to remind users to update their CMS and plugins regularly. There is nothing more Internet-embarrassing than losing control of your website and recent Content Management System breaches are a reminder of the importance of operating your online business in […]

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TimThumb security issue with WordPress

We’re seeing a fair bit of chatter this morning about a security exploit in TimThumb so if you run a WordPress blog and are using a third party theme that resizes images chances are good that it has TimThumb included in it. (TimThumb doesn’t come with WordPress by default) For more info about the exploit […]

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