Say “Hello!” to our new website!

It's been long overdue for a makeover, and after 2 months of development we're pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved website. Old Links to our Website Any old links to pages and blog posts should continue to work, but if you find something that isn't working you can let us know using the "feedback" tab on the new site, by email to hello@obrienmedia.co.uk, or through the live...
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Drupal developers advise that websites not updated to Drupal 7.58 (or 8.5.1) by Wednesday, 11th April 2018 may have been hacked

Following the remote code execution vulnerability discovered in all versions of Drupal released prior to 28th March 2018, and patched in Drupal 7.58 and Drupal 8.5.1, may have been hacked if they have not been updated to Drupal 7.58 (or 8.5.1) by Wednesday, 11th April 2018, may have been hacked after the Drupal security team became aware of automated attacks attempting to compromise Drupal 7...
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CVV2 will no longer be permitted on postal order forms from 21st April 2017 according to Visa

Effective 21 April 2017, Visa will update it's rules to exempt merchants from requesting Card Verification Value 2 (CVV2) data for mail order transactions when that data is provided in a written format. To protect consumers and the payments network from potential data compromises, effective 21 April 2017, CVV2 data should not be included in authorisations for mail order transactions. This change...
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Porthcurno, a small village that played a key role in global communications from the 19th Century to the present day

Way before the Internet, smartphones, and social media a global communications revolution was taking shape in a tiny coastal village in Southwest Cornwall. The invention of the electric telegraph in 1837 has ushered in a roller-coaster of innovation that has shaped the world we live and work in today. The first telegraph cable) was landed in Porthcurno in 1870 and stretched nearly 5,000 miles to...
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