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Virtual Patching for Websites with Sucuri CloudProxy

Virtual Patching for Websites with Sucuri CloudProxy

I came across a post from Sucuri’s Blog and wanted to share some of the latest in website security. Websites, just like desktop computers, need to be built and maintained with proper website security to protect the sites integrity, availability and confidentiality. Not only for the web site itself, but anyone visiting it. All software has bugs, and some bugs can lead to security vulnerabilities. Vulnerabilities can be extremely...

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12 Ways to Create Viral Content

12 Ways to Create Viral Content

Getting their content noticed by the masses is the aim of every content producer, but very few really attain it. Making your content go viral is both an art and a science. It’s an art as you need to be creative for content to spread like wildfire. It needs to have something special in it, something that makes it different from everything else being promoted out there. But it involves more science then art. The science behind making...

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Reverse Engineering The Perfect Ecommerce Product

Reverse Engineering The Perfect Ecommerce Product

I came across this post as I was doing some research and I just had to share this with you. Enjoy! :) Inside the box below is the perfect ecommerce product. It’s perfect in every way and guaranteed to make you millions of dollars.  What is it though, and why would I share it with you? My last guide, The Ultimate Guide to Safely Sourcing Your Product From Alibaba received a lot of attention, with over 2500 unique views in the...

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Sell Before You Buy: 10 Steps to a Successful Reverse E-Commerce Business

Sell Before You Buy: 10 Steps to a Successful Reverse E-Commerce Business

One of the most exciting opportunities posed by the Internet today is “reverse e-commerce.” You can “sell before you buy” with virtually no limits! And it could not be simpler. Here are 10 steps to get you started with a successful reverse e-commerce business of your own. 1. Go down to your own version of “Harwin Street.” That’s a location in Houston, Texas, where importers sell large and small...

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State of WordPress

State of WordPress

WordPress has been under fire lately, though it is important to note that although WordPress has been the target that there is truly nothing the platform has done to cause these recent circumstances to occur.  You may have heard about the recent distributed brute force attack, which is presently on-going still and targets the “admin” user name. A subsequent, and slightly lower-level attack has since been launched against popular...

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How to Develop Business Blog Topics

How to Develop Business Blog Topics

As the relationship between business and consumer changes, companies have looked for ways to evolve how they communicate value to their customers. One method of doing so that has taken off over the past several years is the business blog, and it shows no sign of slowing. 60% of businesses have blogs and several of the most popular websites in the world are blogs, demonstrating that not only is the format credible, it can have a potent...

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WordPress Brute Force Attacks

WordPress Brute Force Attacks

Over the past few months there has been a lot of discussion about WordPress Brute Force attacks. With that discussion has come a lot of speculation as well. What are they doing? Is it a giant WordPress botnet? Is it going to destroy the internet? Well, as you would expect of any good geeks we set out to find a way to find out. This is not to be exhaustive case study or meant to be a representative sample of what all attacks look...

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WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache Vulnerable to Hackers

WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache Vulnerable to Hackers

If you utilize a caching plugin for your WordPress blog then your sites may be vulnerable to attack. Sucuri recently announced vulnerabilities in the extremely popular W3 Total Cacheand WP Super Cache plugins in which a hacker can execute code on your site without requiring direct access to the backend. This is a very serious vulnerability, so if you use either plugin you should first check that you site hasn’t been...

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