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Update Easy WP SMTP – Vulnerability affecting thousands of sites across the internet discovered

The Easy WP SMTP plugin authors have released a new update, fixing a very critical 0day vulnerability. When leveraged, this vulnerability gives unauthenticated attackers the power to modify any options of an affected site — ultimately leading to a complete site compromise. The vulnerability, found only in version 1.3.9, has been seen exploited in the wild and impacts thousands of sites. The...
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Micro Interactions – Are you engaging your website visitors?

Micro interactions are the latest (possible biggest) UX trend to be recorded so far, thus critical for modern design which can’t go without them anymore.  We are surrounded by micro interactions, as they are present on every website, app, or program we’re using. By micro interaction, we refer to every task-like engagement of users with their devices, smooth enough to pass unnoticed as the...
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UK Consumer Price Index/Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) price adjustments

All services paid for on rolling contracts have an annual price adjustment in line with the UK Consumer Price Index (CPI) which is part of the Office of National Statistics Consumer Price Inflation report (see current report here) plus up to 5% (to cover the cost of service improvements)The CPI is a widely recognised measure of the UK’s general level of inflation and is used by many industries...
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Get the most value when it comes to business card marketing

Your business cards are a powerful promotional tool. And they're so much more than just a way to hand out your contact information. Here are a few ways to get the most value when it comes to business card marketing: Think About Your Audience Demographics are an important component to any marketing campaign. Before designing your business cards, think about your target audience. It might help...
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WordPress now powers over a third of the top 10 million websites

Our content management system of choice, WordPress, now powers over a third of the top 10 million sites on the web according to W3Techs. WordPress' market share has been growing steadily over the past few years, going from 29.9% just one year ago to 33.4% now. Stats in review In 2005, WordPress were celebrating 50,000 downloads. Six years later, in January 2011, WordPress was powering 13.1% of...
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WordPress 5.1.1 Patches Critical Vulnerability

WordPress 5.1.1 was released yesterday evening with an important security update for a critical cross-site scripting vulnerability found in 5.1 and prior versions. The release post credited Simon Scannell of RIPS Technologies for discovering and reporting the vulnerability. Scannell published a post summarizing how an unauthenticated attacker could take over any WordPress site that has comments...
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[Infographic] Is Facebook becoming social media’s retirement home?

Even though it might be a bit of a stretch to describe Facebook as social media's retirement home, the social network is experiencing an exodus of young people while increasing numbers of over 55s are signing up. Facebook is generally struggling to retain its user base and today, it has an estimated 15 million fewer U.S. users than it did in 2017. That's according to a report released...
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The world-wide-web turns 30, what’s next #ForTheWeb

It all started rather innocently. In 1989, some scientists at CERN, the science research center in Switzerland, wanted to automatically share their information with fellow scientists working elsewhere in the world. Email already existed, but there was no easy way to transmit large amounts of data other than saving it on a disk and physically bringing it to another computer. So Berners-Lee, a...
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Say goodbye to Google+ from April 2nd, 2019

If you’re wanting to read about why Google+ was a bad idea poorly executed, well, just Google “Google+” and you will be treated to more than enough diatribes about why this platform was an eight-year non-starter. But as for our blog, we’ll stick with the impact Google+ had on WordPress, Drupal and websites in general. First things first Firstly, make sure you act now to remove any...
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