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1641: new post   Critical Windows Patch Today RCE
"Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer can detect whether your computer system requires this update. The update requires a restart."
Microsoft Windows OS (XP/NT/Vista/Windows 7/8/10)Oct 23, 2008
1642: new post   Critical XSS Flaws in Magento Leave Millions of Ecommerce Sites at Risk
If you run a Magento website, you should update it now!
EcommerceJan 25, 2016
1643: new post   Critical glibc GHOST Bug Leaves All Linux Machines Vulnerable
"The nature of the flaw, its discovery, its potential for widespread vulnerability remind me in many ways of the Heartbleed bug."
Linux, Unix, and *nix like Operating SystemsFeb 17, 2016
1644: new post   Critical patch - Huge Windows vulnerability that affects all versions
Microsoft may have a HeartBleed-scale on its hands with a critical patch issued via Windows Update today.
Microsoft Windows OS (XP/NT/Vista/Windows 7/8/10)Nov 12, 2014
1645: new post   Cron Tutorial
Nice tutorial post on setting up a cron job (for non-unix geeks).
General Search Engine Marketing IssuesDec 10, 2001
1646: new post   Cross-selling goes awry on WalMart.com
"CNN Money reports that a cross-selling algorithm for DVDs at walmart.com went seriously awry, recommending African American themed movies to buyers of "Planet of the Apes" or "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". "
EcommerceJan 6, 2006
1647: new post   Cruft-free URLs for dummies
A guide to rewriting extensionless URLs to .html, .php, and .xml files, and redirecting old URLs with those extensions to the new extensionless URLs in order to clean up old search engine listings.
Apache Web ServerJan 28, 2009
1648: new post   Cuebot-K IM worm poses as Windows Genuine Advantage
"The Cuebot-K worm spreads via AOL Instant Messenger, registering itself as a new system driver service called 'wgavn'. It carries the display name 'Windows Genuine Advantage Validation Notification', and runs automatically during system startup."
Webmaster GeneralJuly 4, 2006
1649: new post   Cuil Comment Spam, "we have nothing to do with this"
"We at Cuil would like to assure everyone out there that we have nothing to do with this. We have not and would not engage in this activity."
FooDec 17, 2008
1650: new post   Cuil Relaunches as An Automated Encylopedia: Cpedia
"Find 384,165,027 automated articles"
Alternative Search EnginesApr 13, 2010
1651: new post   Cuil's Early Stats - Hitwise Weighs In
"According to our daily rankings data for July 28th, 2008, Cuil premiered in position #106 of all Internet sites, and in position #10 for the Search Engines Category..."
Alternative Search EnginesAug 2, 2008
1652: new post   Current Thinking On Google+ Impacting Rankings
WebmasterWorld Members evaluate the latest impact of Google+ in Google's SERPs.
Google SEO News and DiscussionJune 1, 2013
1653: new post   Custom Content Delivery, What are the fuzzy Rules Today?
"The more I research cloaking, the more I am confused about what is accepted and what can get you banned."
CloakingMar 3, 2007
1654: new post   Custom Error Pages - Beware the Server Header Status Code
"This is the problem that just won't go away. We've discussed the issue in many threads, but never devoted a topic to it."
Google SEO News and DiscussionApr 14, 2008
1655: new post   Cutting Bandwidth Needs
"...suggestions for cutting bandwidth, particularly in a mostly text-based environment?"
HTMLDec 7, 2002
1656: new post   Cutting that old Bandwidth Bloat
"Does anyone have more suggestions of things I can do to shave off more bandwidth? Anything I'm maybe overlooking right now that I could be doing?"
WebmasterWorld SupportersMay 6, 2004
1657: new post   Cyberattack Locks Apple Devices
"A majority of victims affected by the hack so far appear to be from Australia, according to an Apple support thread, but there were also owners affected in New Zealand, the U.S. and Canada."
Apple Software and TechnologyMay 30, 2014
1658: new post   Cybersquatter Ordered To Pay Verizon $33 Million
"A federal court in California has upheld a massive $33.15m penalty against a cybersquatting domain aggregator that registered hundreds of websites mimicking Verizon's name and trademarks."
Domain NamesSept 1, 2009
1659: new post   Cybersquatter To Pay Verizon $33 Million
"A federal court in California has upheld a massive $33.15m penalty against a cybersquatting domain aggregator that registered hundreds of websites mimicking Verizon's name and trademarks."
Domain NamesAug 27, 2009
1660: new post   Cybersquatting Amidst Bank Mergers
"Internet addresses corresponding to recent bank mergers are already being hoarded and sold online."
Domain NamesSept 18, 2008
1661: new post   DDoS Attack Brings Down Sites - Twitter, Github, Reddit
Widespread outage, many top sites hit with DDoS disrupting services
FooOct 21, 2016
1662: new post   DDoS Attack Slows Internet and May Be The Largest Publicly Known
...DDoS, attacks have reached previously unknown magnitudes, growing to a data stream of 300 billion bits per second...
Webmaster GeneralMar 27, 2013
1663: new post   DDos Blackmail: Pay Up Or Your Server Goes Down
"What would you do?"
Webmaster GeneralOct 20, 2010
1664: new post   DEA closes 4,600 pharmacy websites
"Recognizing that criminals are facilitating more drug-related crimes through the use of 21st century technology, the DEA, along with their law enforcement counterparts today arrested 18 people for allegedly selling pharmaceutical drugs illegally over the Internet."
Webmaster GeneralSept 22, 2005
1665: new post   DHTML Hover Ads - New Alternative to Pop Ups?
Webmaster GeneralOct 30, 2003
1666: new post   DHTML Pop Up Ads Redefine Annoying
"The novelty has worn off and now it's a hate/hate relationship. The new "pop out" type ads on web sites are the newest plague to sweep advertising on the internet. They totally block the content on the page until you locate the little teenie weenie "close" link."
AffiliatesDec 30, 2002
1667: new post   DMCA Notice Bowling Affecting AdSense
"I feel like I've been fired, while I've been working day and night for "my employer."
Google AdSenseJune 30, 2010
1668: new post   DMCA Violation - Have I done enough?
"I knew the day would come when I had to deal with this sort of thing. I recently discovered a site that has been copying my content every day for the last few months."
WebmasterWorld SupportersFeb 20, 2007
1669: new post   DMOZ 3,553,877 sites
"The ODP recently went over 3.5 million sites..."
DirectoriesJuly 11, 2002
1670: new post   DMOZ Editor Login Now Working
"Editors have regained access to the editors server."
DirectoriesDec 19, 2006
1671: new post   DMOZ Founder Rich Skrenta : DMOZ Probably Down for The Count
DMoz Founder Rich Skrenta: "...massive AOL layoffs last week, and it's not clear if there's even any left over there who cares. Even if some form of the ODP editing system is brought back, the likelihood of continued existence within AOL seems extremely doubtful."
DirectoriesDec 19, 2006
1672: new post   DMOZ Game Plan
The state of DMOZ: "I need to figure out how to get a few new websites into DMOZ. About 5 years ago I created a random site and submitted it to DMOZ and was accepted. Since that time I've not touched the site but it has enjoyed #1 rankings ever since. Many of my other sites have not seen anything close to that success. Only thing I can think to attribute it to - is DMOZ. [br][br]So a few questions: [br][br]1. Is it just me or is DMOZ still *very* important? [br][br]2. Is DMOZ still being maintained? [br][br]3. Should I submit brand new sites, or wait for them to age and rank in the SEs a bit first? [br][br]4. Any other strategy I should adhere to? [br][br]5. Anything else out there working these days like DMOZ (did)?" (-subscription required)
WebmasterWorld SupportersJan 6, 2011
1673: new post   DMOZ Listing and Value?
"I have looked at the PR of each directory listing and found the DMOZ category page has PR=5, the Yahoo catogory page has PR=3, and the Looksmart page has PR=1. "
Google News ArchiveJuly 28, 2002
1674: new post   DMOZ Now Accepting New Site Submissions
DirectoriesJan 15, 2007
1675: new post   DMOZ and Affiliate Links
"The one line email from the editor said; "Sorry, we don't list affiliate sites."
DirectoriesApr 4, 2003
1676: new post   DMOZ is Shrinking
"Shopping appears be be shrinking at 1 to 2% per year."
DirectoriesJuly 19, 2007
1677: new post   DMOZ: Getting More Editors
"We all know that DMOZ needs more editors. At the same time, at least some are turned down because of possible conflicts of interest in their desired category. "
DirectoriesMar 1, 2003
1678: new post   DNS Cache Poisoning
Are you open for DNS Cache Poisoning? Are your SERPs being redirected because an attacker has compromised your DNS and is now stealing your traffic? And possibly destroying your domain in the process?
Website Technology IssuesApr 10, 2006
1679: new post   DNS Errors in Google Webmaster Tools, Traffic Drop Nov 14
WebmasterWorld Members are reporting a drop in Google traffic and DNS errors in Google Webmaster Tools. Members speculate that it is related to rich snippets disappearing.
Google SEO News and DiscussionNov 19, 2013
1680: new post   DNS Flaw: First Attacks Reported
"The existence of the Domain Name System (DNS) flaw, which could be used to redirect browsers to malicious sites, was revealed at the start of July..."
Webmaster GeneralJuly 31, 2008
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