The super team over at Joomla are proud to announce the release of Joomla! 3.6 as the latest in the 3 series. With more than 400 improvements, including many features which make administration of Joomla easier to manage.
Emails not saving to your sent mail folder on your iPhone? Follow this guide and you will be sorted in just a few minutes.
The team over at Magento have released Magento Enterprise Edition and Community Edition 2.0.6 to fix multiple security and functional enhancements. All customers running an older version of Magento 2.0 should upgrade immediately. If you’ve not yet used Magento 2.0, … Continue reading
The team over at bbPress have just released version 2.5.9 of their famous WordPress forum software. This release fixes a serious cross-site-scripting vulnerability. This exploit effects all version prior to version 2.5.9 and all users should update immediately.
After 6 million downloads of WordPress 4.5, the maintenance version 4.5.1 has been released.
Version 3.5.1 of Joomla is now a available. This is a bug fix release addressing reported issues since the initial release of Joomla! version 3.50.
Researchers from the SpiderLabs research team at Trustwave have identified and help release patches for multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities within the popular open source e-commerce software Zen Cart.
The team over at Joomla! have been very busy with their latest 3.5 release. This version includes 34 new features, one of the most important (in my opinion) is the email to admin feature that checks for available Joomla! updates … Continue reading
Every business should have a Customer Relationship Management system (CRM) to help with the organisation of the companies relationships and interactions with customers. The guys over at GrowCreate have developed a fantastic add-on package for Umbraco, that creates a fully … Continue reading
Magento originally addressed the security issues in this patch on the 20th of January, last night they released an updated version adding support for PHP 5.3 and issues with uploads, merging carts and the SOAP APIs. Its recommended that all … Continue reading
In this article I will be talking about how you can utilise the JAMMS script to help take identify malware within your Joomla! installations.
In this guide I will walk through how to make use of and install Piwik, the Web Analytics software to your hosting account.
The team over at WordPress have just released version 4.4.2 of their famous bogging software. This is a security and maintenance release for all previous versions and you are recommended to upgrade ASAP.
The team over at Magento have released some serious security patches addressing issues in both version 1 & version 2 of their e-commerce software. Magento is the fourth most-popular CMS so the scope for exploitation is huge. All Magento based … Continue reading
In this guide we’re going to walk through setting up your Pipe Ten email with the new Outlook 2016 email client. In this example we will be setting up a POP mailbox, but Outlook supports both POP and IMAP. You … Continue reading
Your Umbraco site might initially of been setup by a developer you’ve lost touch with, you’ve changed computers or you’ve simply forgot the password. In this guide we’re going to walk through the various ways we can reset the Umbraco … Continue reading
The Joomla team have just announced the release of version 3.4.6 of their popular CMS. This is a security release for the 3.x series of Joomla and addresses a critical security issue. All users should upgrade immediately.
In this short and simple guide we’re going to talk about and walk though protecting your WordPress /uploads folder, specifically stopping .php files being executed from it. Please note this guide is only for our Linux hosting enviroment.
We’ve recently been contact by a customer that couldn’t remove some folders within their Linux hosting account using the FTP client CyberDuck. The problem was that they hadn’t set CyberDuck to enable the showing of “hidden” (dot files), .htaccess files … Continue reading
We’ve been contacted by a number of customers with issues with images not displaying correctly and redirecting to the login.aspx file in Umbraco 7.3.1. Here’s two ways to fix it.