Since deploying a number of WordPress sites I have noticed a number of attempted attacks targetted against PHP. While the majority of these attempts are childlike and fail there still exist the possibility that these fruitless attempts are merely feelers […]
On occasion upgrading a WordPress plugin can cause trouble, notably the white screen of death. When this happens the fastest way to solve the problem is to disable all the plugins. To do this, load up the WordPress database and […]
The following plugins have been upgraded: Authenticator – Version 0.4.0 Google Analyticator – Version 6.1.3 GRAND Flash Album Gallery – Version 0.60 WPBook – Version 2.2.2 Facebook Open Graph Widget – Version 0.9 Enjoy.
The latest version of the Apache web server is available and installed. We apologize for the 30 seconds of downtime required for the upgrade.
We have upgraded a couple of useful WordPress Plugins, including: Fast Secure Contact Form – Version 22.214.171.124 WPBook – Version 2.2.1 Enjoy.
The latest version of PHP became available this morning and has been installed. This new version includes security fixes and some new features. According to the PHP project, the PHP 5.2 release is no longer supported. Here at Gossamer we […]
Over the last couple of weeks it seems that some email servers are strictly enforcing the rejection of email when a domain’s email address header does not have a matching SPF record. The problem is further compounded since very few […]
We processed another batch of plugin upgrades for WordPress. The following plugins were upgraded: All in One SEO Pack – Version 126.96.36.199 Clean-Contact – Version 1.3.3 eShop for WordPress – Version 4.3.2 Fast and Secure Contact Form – Version 2.0.1 […]
We have processed nother batch of WordPress plugin upgrades including: Clean-Contact – Version 1.3.2 Collapsing Pages – Version 0.5.3 Connections – Version 0.6.2.1 Contact Form 7 – Version 2.1.1 eShop for WordPress – Version 4.3.1 Fast and Secure Contact Form […]
Yesterday we received and applied a new security update contained in openssl-0.9.8l_2 designed to address “man in the middle attacks” which allows attackers to insert data into HTTPS sessions, and possibly other types of sessions protected by TLS or SSL. […]