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Vulnerable Software and Vindictive Search Engines

Vulnerable Software and Vindictive Search Engines

Technorati, a blog search engine (as opposed to a search engine that indexes all websites), has started taking the easy way out. They’ve started removing websites whose WordPress software has not been upgraded to the latest version shows signs of being compromised.  For our clients, make sure you’ve upgraded to version 2.3.3. Our clients sites […]

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Reasons to Upgrade (or not) to WordPress 2.5

Reasons to Upgrade (or not) to WordPress 2.5

Who Should Upgrade? People using wordpress primarily for blogging, who don’t use many plugins.  Also, people who like shiny new things, as the dashboard has been completely redesigned. Who Should Not Upgrade? People who use wordpress in conjunction with other software, like a forum, e-Commerce, etc. 2.5 introduces database changes that will affect a large […]

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An update to the List

An update to the List

We’d like to thank Mark Ghosh from WLTC for picking up our post yesterday. We’re glad our list was so well received. Many people have commented that they’d like to see a longer list. Oxeye Daisy is picking up where we left off the list, adding 4 more plugins, similar to ones we use regularly […]

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Upgrading WordPress the Easy Way

Upgrading WordPress the Easy Way

WordPress 2.5 is set to be released on March 10th. I don’t recommend running out and upgrading right away, since there are no security flaws (yet) in 2.3.3. It is important, however, to keep your WordPress installation up to date. The good news is, most hosts provide a fairly easy means of upgrading without having […]

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