It’s easy to get frustrated with technology companies that drown us in advertising and use us as part of their as marketing campaigns by gathering information that most people don’t even realize they agreed to share. When a company makes me giggle, though, it’s harder to stay angry. . . . → Read More: Google Incognito Secret Agent Disclaimer
It’s SCARY out there on the Interwebs!
I have a simple static website. No transactions, no confidential information, nothing but a few pages and images.
If the hackers have upped their attempts on my website lately, I can only imagine what those who really have something to secure are putting up with.
Here is one page of a few that showed a single hacker, using a robot, trying to brute force their way onto my website, using an ‘admin’ login.
That login is a default administrative profile. I always create a custom one and remove the default after . . . → Read More: RoboBadGuys
So far, the robots and spam comments have been my main source for the ‘long list of comments’ on my blog. Some are just too cute to trash. . . . → Read More: Junk and Spam vs. Business Intelligence