Took a chance to download the file and then upload to http://virustotal.com.
So far: PHP.Agent-AQ[Trj], VULCB21.Webshell, Trojan Mailfinder.PHP.Mailer.ac (and .p)
Thanks guys...time to boot this customer.
I have always wanted one of those. Would be so awesome for long days of coding and really amazing for gaming. It would be even cooler if you mounted this to a conveyor system that would carry you around some cool spaces while you worked.
Didn't I see that on Wall-e?
In reality I wouldn't like this (for gaming it would be awesome). I have to have desk space. I currently have about 10 different piles of paperwork to work on. I also love writing notes on paper so there is not even close to enough space on that thing for actual work.
What is this "paper" you speak of?
Customer buys MS O365 and it says per user and install Office on up to 5 PCs.
Business user says...I can install on 5 PCs for all my employees to use.
What is the best way to show them they are NOT legally allowed to do this. I am tired of hearing, "but I paid to have it on 5 PC's"
When dealing with small (mom & pop) businesses and website related businesses, the client wants to only have to use one inbox. Of course using Outlook is a great idea, however getting them to pay for it is another issue.
Now we have O365 and it is more affordable, I have new options. But there are always those with an EXTREME grip on their finances...thus the question.
I finally have started using LastPass and love it.
The next logical thing to do was to encourage my clients to use it.
Yesterday I'm trying to convince a client to use the product (all his passwords online are the same according to his wife) and he says, "well how safe is that? Can't they just hack your LastPass login? " There I was with a loss for words...and that is NOT like me.
So just now my wife asks what password we use for Comcast business....so I tell her about LastPass...and she looks at me like I am crazy and say....now how safe can that be?
So...the answer is?
Well, that's more of a cultural thing that I was not able to change.
Then the trick is to describe the incident as "as desired", not as a problem.
ah ha, I "see" what you did there!
I found an app for MAX RM for Android and see that the review are pretty bad.
How do you feel about it?
Does it allow you to use TakeControl too?
WOW..I just watched that Bolton video...that was a messed up and funny ride! I lost 20 minutes as I got sucked into the music pit called YouTube!
It's about time. It's a shame that businesses can just pass the buck on the end users.
I have experienced support saying stupid stuff like, you shouldn't have gotten Windows Vista, 7 or Windows 8. And then proceed to tell the client or tech that MS broke the website.
I know for a fact that anyone using MS IE for creating a website has the ability to get the beta or developers version before the final draft comes out. They could be working on their website before the launch.
Last client I had to set compatablity settings in IE to read the page as IE7...ridiculous!
Thanks for the one week notice, Microsoft.
That is really bad. I understand axing something, but giving less than 2 weeks notice is crazy
Ah....but as said in the article: Microsoft will keep existing sites alive for two years, and Office 365 customers “will have the option to subscribe to third-party solutions by using links from Office 365.”
@scottalanmiller I agree...and my simpler reasoning is:
Because your clients will be using said new fangled products and you look like an idiot if you don't know how to use the lastest software, especially if it's a brand new OS. Which is why I have been demoing W10.
Printer issues? When in doubt....
This doesn't sound like a WordPress thing. This is just a template thing.
And most of your spacing issues would be related to the WP theme's CSS file. Use firebug for Firefox and you should be able to see the issues in your theme according to the php page that is being used by the theme.
ALWAYS use a Child Theme to make edits to ANY Theme you didn't create from scratch.
WordFence is great as mentioned earlier. I also like to use TAC (Theme Authenticity Checker) and Theme-Check. Simply, TAC looks for code that doesn't belong and T-C looks to see if theme is coded to the latest specs.
I also like to check the site with http://securi.net
The hardening info is good to follow. I don't have Administrator or admin as a user and all passwords are mixed upper & lower case, numbers and symbols.
I can't stress the need to update WP, the themes and plugins. If the plugin hasn't been updated in over a year, it might be time to find something new or fork the plugin with your code.
We use WordPress for all of our clients websites. We figured if it is good enough for the NY Times and the Huffington Post, it's good enough for our clients!
The best SEO comes from:
- Using open web standards correctly
- Having good quality, real content.
I would like to add:
FYI copying content from MS or other vendors does not make great content for your website. Using a CD of descriptions and images for all your items your are selling is not good content. Good content is "crafted", which is why creating good content is not an easy chore.
SEO is only one part of marketing. You should have some social marketing and e-newsletter type of marketing set up as well. If you don't have someone in house to work on marketing, you need to outsource. Do your homework, there is no magic here, just hard work that you have to pay someone to do.