Bleeding Hearts and OK Cupids – the SSL Risk Explained

Mixed messages are flooding the internet about what users should be doing after a major security flaw, known as the Heartbleed Bug, was discovered by a Finnish security company in one of the most ubiquitous encryption systems currently in...

Continue reading →

How to Socialise Your Product Page

Integrating social media into your product pages is a great way to get extra reach from your store. When someone chooses to share, like or tweet about one of your products it can be seen as a personal recommendation; it’s...

Continue reading →

UK’s draft internet piracy laws revealed

ISPs will be forced to implement a three strikes rule Ofcom has published a draft of the code on internet piracy which will require the UK’s biggest ISPs to send out letters to web users who have been accused of...

Continue reading →

Easy fix for “the right syntax to use near ‘Usage: mysqldump”

Recently when I was moving a database from one server to another I did the usual mysql dump from command line, then tried to import it on the new server, but what's this? An error: ERROR 1064 (42000) at line...

Continue reading →

Malware in Google Image Search

Just in case anyone isn’t aware – Google Image Search has a lot of malware on it at the moment, so be careful when using it. If you're using GIS and get a fake anti-virus security warning, DON'T CLICK ANYTHING...

Continue reading →