A lot of firms want to advertise goods and services to you. However, to target customers better, they need your personal information. It is because of this reason companies engage in data mining, a process that could lead to the exposure of sensitive data about you.
It’s quite a common question. In fact, I get it from clients all the time.
So you work with Joomla? Maybe you're a creative designer, developer, or even run a Joomla site of your own. Or perhaps you're considering using Joomla for your next online project. I get it. You're consumed with worry and concern. And the issue: Joomla's security.
Modern consumers differ from their past counterparts in numerous ways, but a major one is their expectation of instant gratification. In part, this has developed because of the advent of online shopping.
Drupal has today (February 20, 2019) released a fix for the critical security vulnerability, referenced as CVE-2019-6340, which resolves a major flaw in the content management system.
Today, 19th February 2019, Drupal has released an official warning in order to alert site administrators of an impending security release for Drupal 8 which will be released tomorrow, 20th February 2019.
Drupal, one of the most popular content management systems, suffered one of its most widespread security vulnerabilities earlier this year.
In April 2014, many Drupal sites experienced a widespread due to a vulnerability that was discovered with the content management system — nicknamed ‘Drupalgeddon’.
Every site administrator is all-too-familiar with the nuisance that are spam bots. Typically, spam bots will flood your website or blog with unsolicited comments and user registrations, which can be troublesome and time-consuming to remove.
Welcome to the third post in our Drupalgeddon 2 series!
Welcome to the second post in our Drupalgeddon 2 series!
It's being nicknamed 'Drupalgeddon', could have potentially affected up to 1.6 million websites, and is described as 'being exploited in the wild'.