Month: February 2006


Avoiding the Web Hosting Nightmare

Ultimately, the true test of a web host comes from your own experiences with them. With this article, I wanted to compile some of the experiences of a few people to bring to you cautions


Dealing With Distributed Denial of Service Attacks

Distributed denial of service attacks are frustrating — they’re frustrating for the company under attack, and frustrating for the web host. They can also be costly in terms of business and goodwill lost. Fortunately, there


Domain Names Cybersquatting on the Rise, Says WIPO

Domain Cybersquatting is at its highest level in four years. Is the dispute resolution system still working? Or are other factors causing problems?


Police Look To MySpace For Sex Predators

Social networking websites are not only tools for criminals and social pariahs to mine their perversions, but also increasingly for law enforcement to collect evidence and set traps. is the latest online area being


Google?s Move Into Radio: What Does It Mean?

Google made headlines last week when it agreed to pay $1.1 billion for dMarc, a Newport Beach-based company that makes a suite of radio station automation tools.


IBM, Google, Team On Open Ajax

The old line and the new guard in technology joined a group focused on delivering an open source project based at promoting the adoption of web development using Asynchronous JavaScript and XML technology.

Google tosses IRS under the BUS

During its earnings announcement, Google noted how higher than expected taxes caused the company to miss Wall Street expectations.


Stop PHP nobody Spammers

PHP and Apache has a history of not being able to track which users are sending out mail through the PHP mail function from the nobody user causing leaks in formmail scripts and malicious users


cPanels fix for perl

John Wigle reports : This email was sent out to all of those who directly purchase cPanel licenses, of course if you are like most people and do not directly own a license but get


HELP! My server is under a DDOS attack!

Ok first just take a breath, you are getting nothing done by worrying. This guide is meant to try and help mitigate the effects of an attack that is in progresss. I have compiled a


Fourteen Percent of Internet visits ITunes

Many more visitors beat a path to the iTunes front door, with traffic increasing dramatically year-over-year from December 2004 to December 2005.

Who you are according to google

A Google search can be a good barometer of how pervasive some stereotypes are in the world. If a search spider could sum up a nationality, a race, a religion in a few words, what