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  • Malware and Social Engineering – An Introduction January 12, 2017
    Malware and Social Engineering are the two key tools used to compromise computers, phones, tablets and other devices. Understanding what they are and how they work will help to keep your systems safe and secure. Sans has provided an excellent article explaining, in common terms, what social engineering is and how it can be used ...
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  • Link to a YouTube Video at a Specific Location January 6, 2017
    To create a YouTube link that starts at a certain point within the video, play the clip and press the pause button when the video is at the starting location. Click the Share Button below the video. Turn on the checkbox next to “Start at:” The video’s web address should now be ...
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  • SEO Search Engine Optimization Experiments January 6, 2017
    SEO Search Engine Optimization is an ever-changing pursuit. An article in Search Engine Watch documented some pretty interesting SEO experiments done during 2016 and the results. There is really nothing new about the findings, however they do lend credence to what most professional SEO technicians have always said. Following is a summary ...
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  • Wampum Borough New Website by CourseVector January 6, 2017
    Wampum Borough launches new website from Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs designed by CourseVector. Check out Wampum’s new website.
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  • PHPMailer Vulnerability and WordPress January 6, 2017
    The PHPMailer Vulnerability has created a lot of “chatter” about about potential issues with WordPress. For the record, the vulnerability does and did not affect WordPress or any WordPress plugins. Some plugins with poor coding could potentially have a problem, however it is very unlikely. The next patch for WordPress, 4.7.1, will ...
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  • Domain Registration Scams December 22, 2016
    Domain Registration Scams usually happen when registrars send out notices, and bills, even though you do not have your domain name registered with them. Worse, they tend to charge more money, and, sometimes they can tie up your domain name to the point where you end up losing it or paying an extraordinary sum ...
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