SCS Blog

Bug in WordPress plugin

The following article is taken from ZD net – and shows how we keep up to date on WordPress vulnerabilities – although we have never used the named products. Bug in WordPress plugin can let hackers wipe up […]

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Emotet: Crimeware you need to be aware of

According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Emotet continues to be among the most costly and destructive malware threats affecting state, local, and territorial governments and its impact is felt across both the private and public sectors. […]

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DDoS Attacks: What WordPress Users Need to Know

  We hear a lot about “denial of Service” attacks where hoards of bots take down your site and leave your server gasping for air.  B. J. Keaton explains it beautifully and the following article is entirely his […]

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hire a programmer

Need a Programmer?

No matter the size of the project, if you need a programmer, you’ve come to the right place. Request a call from a qualified consultant today or read on for more information on how to hire a programmer. […]

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SCS Computerlab

Perfectly formed?

Getting dataRecently I have found myself chewing over the pros and cons of on-line forms with a number of clients, so I thought I would set down a few points about how we really ought to be handling […]

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Getting the hang of the Web

Why do I need a website?

Question everything.It’s the one question people may not ask but certainly wonder about – Why do I actually need a website?From the web-sceptics I get to hear such things as: “I have Facebook and it’s enough, the bulk […]

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