What I like best about the idea of two-factor authentication is the elegant simplicity of the idea – you can’t hack something if you don’t have both parts of the key. And here’s a way to do your own twist on 2FA. In case you don’t already know what salting is, here’s a link to […]
Had a great time with a really nice group of people at Philly WordCamp two weekends ago. I even worked the Happiness Bar for the first time…actually, it was a lounge, which sounds far more glamorous that it actually was. But I was really glad to help people figure out their WordPress issues. And Wordfence […]
Really enjoyed earning a CEU from Comptia by watching (actually re-watching, cause first time I saw it we had a thunderstorm and power went out 3 minutes before end of presentation and I didn’t get credit) the Comptia ChannelCon State of Cybersecurity talk. Some of the points that caught my ear were One speaker posited […]
Some people are very reluctant to update their sites – they fear, perhaps not wrongly, that their stuff will break. So they stand on the deck of their slowly sinking ship (read – outdated website), afraid to step off into potentially shark-infested water. Well, that is maybe not the best analogy – the newest version […]
Really interesting thread on Reddit this am about someone getting spammed with tons of emails – like 30 or 40 a minute for an hour. The trick the hackers were trying to pull was to put hide legitimate emails announcing purchases in within the other spam emails. The emails got through the spam filter because […]
A quick way to see info on your SSL cert (even some hosts use it to show customer’s info). Specfically, go to https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html#hostname=YOURDOMAINNAMEHERE Just a handy trick to have up your sleeve. Cheers!