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Facebook to Require HTTPS on iFrame Page Tab Apps

That’s right, another change for your Facebook Page.  If you are using an iFrame Application to host a Page Tab, beginning October 1, 2011, your Facebook Page Tab will disappear if you are not securely serving the content.  With the recent changes going on at Facebook it was decided to

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TimThumb Vulnerability Uncovered

About two weeks ago a vulnerability in a PHP plugin that is quite popular in performing image resizing tasks, and that I’d incorporated into my WEBphysiology Portfolio Plugin, was uncovered. I found out based upon an email that came out of my local WordPress Meetup group. The issue had to do with

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Obfuscating Email Addresses

I’ve long held that putting a plain text email on a website is not a good idea. Even with being careful like this I’m inundated with a large amount of Spam. While I don’t put my email address online in a plain text fashion, and preach the same to others, I’m not always afforded

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Critical WordPress Security Update Released – v3.0.4

WordPress v3.0.4 was released today as a critical security patch to a portion of the code dealing with HTML sanitation. It is recommended that everyone update to this version immediately.

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WordPress Security

Securing WordPress from the get go is a no brainer and is not difficult nor too time consuming. The benefit is being able to sleep at night. Also make certain to keep your WordPress software upgraded to the latest version.

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