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  1. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    DNS In Kenya Hijacked By Bangladeshi Hacker – International Business TimesSome users visiting google.co.ke (as well as LinkedIn, Microsoft, and other sites) were redirected to a different website with a large "Hacked" stamp thanks to a DNS (domain...

  2. World IPv6 Launch: What it Means for Content Owners & SEO

    If you don’t support connections over IPv6, you will be dropping traffic without even knowing it as it won’t make it to your web server logs. When you configure your DNS to indicate that your site supports IPv6 connections (via AAAA records) be...

  3. Google Unveils Dart to Compete with JavaScript in All Browsers

    This differs from server-side programming, which is executed behind the scenes on a Web server, typically to help create the data that gets included in the page. Client-side Web programming refers to actions that happen in the browser using the Web...

  4. 5 Black Hat Attack Vulnerabilities & Defensive Strategies

    Most people think hacking attacks are all about computer system issues, but hacking can be a physical breach into your server location and a removal of those servers. Is your server properly patched, “jailed” or “partitioned” and up to date?

  5. Google Tries To Stop Spread of Malware With Warning Above Search Results

    Man in the middle attacks are particularly evil because everything you send across the Internet is transmitted through another server before reaching its destination. Conversely, all the data send back from the site you visit is also sent back...

  6. The Revolution Will Be Streamed -- Operation Payback: Protest or War?

    Eventually, the hope is the company will give up and take the website offline and wait out the attack or the server(s) themselves will go offline. Basically, a DDOS attack happens when you flood a website with so many server requests that it...

  7. Why Google Chrome OS & The Cloud May Be Bad Ideas

    To have all your data live on the web, on someone else's server, with all its security and privacy issues? The Only Safe Server is One NOT Connected to the Web While hard drives are in a way connected, a cloud system was online all the time in a...