Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Impacts of a Website Compromise. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the event.

Join Sucuri in the first webinar discussing the Impacts of a Website Compromise. This webinar is designed to educate and bring awareness to website owners on the threat compromises pose to their online properties. The discussion will explore attacker motivations, what attackers can do, and finally what that means to your website.

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Stack Overflow Survey Results Show WordPress is Trending Up, Despite Being Ranked Among Most Dreaded Technologies

Stack Overflow published the results of its 2016 Developer Survey, summarizing responses from 56,033 developers in 173 countries. The 45-question survey collected answers from more than twice as many developers as the previous year. The results were published along with a disclaimer recognizing that the survey is “biased against devs who don’t speak English, or who don’t like taking English-language surveys.”

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Server Security: Indicators of Compromise Using OSSEC

We leverage OSSEC extensively here at Sucuri to help monitor and protect our servers. If you are not familiar with OSSEC, it is an open source Intrusion Detection System (HIDS); it has a powerful correlation and analysis engine that integrates log analysis, file integrity monitoring, rootkit detection, real-time alerting, and active response.

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Nothin’ But Net: Discounted Development Hours – Maintainn.com

As I’m sure you’ve already heard, we’ve been offering 35% off of our monthly maintenance and support plans (User code: GETSUPPORT). We’ve made it easy for you to focus your time where it matters-on your business, with your customers, doing the work that demands your attention most.

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The responsibility of ad networks * Let us chat about nothing.

Ad networks are serving up malware. This is a practice known as malvertising. This scenario is becoming more and more common as an infection vector utilizing different exploit kits. Imagine this. You browse a website. Then you get an infection…. | Chris Forsythe | Now over here, if you’ll follow me, we have something rather special.

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Fight for the Future Launches “Save Security” Campaign in Support of Apple

Fight for the Future, a non-profit organization that works to preserve freedom of expression on the web, launched its new ” Save Security” campaign today in support of Apple. The FBI has requested that the company hack into an iPhone recovered from one of the terrorists involved in the San Bernardino mass shooting to assist in the criminal investigation.

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Free iOS 9 UI Kit, Illustrator & Sketch – Mercury Intermedia Blog

You’re probably thinking, “I already use Facebook’s and/or Design+Code’s iOS 9 GUI document for Sketch. Why download another one?” Put simply, ours is better. We set out to create a more complete, more up-to-date, more accurate, and more thoughtfully structured iOS UI kit for Illustrator and Sketch.

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The Eloquent Woman

When you plan your slide deck’s content–particularly if you are in the habit of outlining the presentation within your slide-making program–you can easily fall into a content trap. I’m talking about the tendency too many presenters have of cramming loads of content on each slide, and continuing to speak in front of a slide for which the content has already been covered.

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Were it not for Nick Bradbury’s HomeSite, I probably couldn’t have written this

Perhaps like many starting out with HTML, myriad aspects of the syntax were confusing, or downright overwhelming. For me, tables were one example of the latter. Despite their prevalence at the time (1995), their structure was something I struggled to understand. Fortunately, one of the many amazing features of was its table editor.

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Donald Trump’s volunteer contract forbids all criticism of Trump for life

Donald Trump’s campaign requires volunteers to sign a contract that forbids them from criticizing the Republican presidential front-runner, his family members, any Trump businesses or products, or his campaign. The six-page contract, reviewed in full by the Daily Dot, theoretically lasts for the entirety of a volunteer’s life.

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