It’s not really news that two popular WordPress plugins for caching pages , WP Super Cache and W3TC Total Cache, had a vulnerability that allowed to do arbitrary, remote code execution on your website, in other words, a security hole.
If your MediaWiki site has been spammed with tons of automatized account registrations (and it’s not new that captcha could not be enough to stop spammers) one preventive response is to install the ConfirmAccount extension. This extension disables direct account creation, requiring approval by admin users.
But how do you delete the long [...]
This July 9th many personal computers may lose their internet connection due to the DNSChanger virus. Why is this? How will this happen?
The virus changes the addresses of the service (DNS) that associates information with websites. One effect of this change is, for example, the alteration of your web searches, making them point to malicious [...]