I have actually completed the security steps that linked to in a previous post. I hope that Ben Brooks’ article is read widely. I’ve been hacked online and recently a friend has been hacked. This is not just something that happens to somebody else.
This is something that happens when you’re drinking your coffee or when you’re just messing around on the internet at home.
I must also say that I love the Coffee Emporium and have never had any trouble there. It just so turns out that it’s their mug that I have the picture of.
Put down your coffee cups, wherever they are from, and read the article that I referenced two days ago here.
1. I’d say all three: they are unlucky because they unethically adopt the clueless innocent pose in front of their users.
2. Yes on the lawsuits, because Facebook is big enough that it’s going to get lawsuits no matter what it does. However, I have seen enough outrage, and not just from Jason, that I believe this latest privacy action will result in more lawsuits on this specific subject. I am also still naive enough to hope that a few more “best practices” sorts of announcements regarding privacy might be put out by other Internet companies, specifically geared at the naive first-time user.
The Warning Signs Of InSaNiTy
1. Your friends tell you that you have been acting strange lately, and
then you hit them several times with a sledgehammer.
2. Everyone you meet appears to have tentacles growing out of places that
you wouldn’t expect tentacles to be growing from.
3. You start out each morning with a 30-minute jog around the bathroom. Continue reading
Heads up, guys! Development Blog › WordPress 2.0.5 – RonanIt’s new release time. The latest in our venerable 2.0 series, which now counts over 1.2 million downloads, is available for download immediately, and we suggest everyone upgrade as this includes security fixes.
Ever since the security updates rolled out by microsoft this week i’ve been getting wide spread reports of problems on my site and other sites.
When users attempt to reply to a message, or use the search on my site both of which are forms IE crashes and exits. I’ve talked to other dating site owners and the same thing is happening there. Anyone know whats going on? I assume the problem only effects a small fraction of 1% but when you’ve got hundreds of thousands of users that sure adds up fast.