Is your website usable by people with mobility, cognitive or perceptual challenges?
Before you say "yes, of course", just think on this a minute: the whole point of having a website is to disemminate information. It might be your business hours, your menus, your knitting patterns - whatever, it could be anything, but you get the point:
The recent rise of online website builders has enabled business owners to publish websites, landing pages etc. quickly and efficiently. Once the domain of the IT department, almost anyone can now readily build a fully functioning and attractive website. It's also undoubtedly cheaper; what once may have cost thousands of pounds and months to ...
Popular GDPR WordPress plugin hacked
Users should update the "WP GDPR Compliance" plugin to version 1.4.3 to protect their websites.
About three weeks ago users of a popular WordPress plugin which aims to make GDPR compliance easier noticed that their sites were being compromised. It turns out that the plugin, prior to version 1.4.3 was ...
I got an email this morning. Nothing unusual about that, I get lots, but this one stuck out. It was in my spam folder and the subject line was: "Security Warning."
"Got to take that seriously" I thought to myself. So I opened it. Here's the text:
"Hi, dear user of harryadney.com
We have installed one RAT software into you device.
For this ...