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Saturday, May 30th, 2009

How Can Yahoo!’s Spam Filter Be THIS Bad?

Please explain to me how it is that Yahoo! can’t figure out that the following e-mail messages are spam… It boggles my mind… Example 1: From: Jasmine Carter <eshulsenerman55@yahoo.co.uk> (was this sent from Yahoo! mail? Wouldn’t the user hve a bad history?) Subject: PrettybtP0rn0qshotswz NkLwEcPfjuBSvtYzMh Body: http://74ce532cee461e8c.faceplanesize.com!}TrKbR3ineUtLzxINIU PJBgeXVHxUdnRToTQMqagL

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Thursday, November 20th, 2008

Use Apache’s .htaccess To Accomplish Cool And Useful Tasks

One of the reasons why Apache is such a popular web server is because it’s almost infinitely expandable and flexible. There are some incredibly powerful things you can do with Apache’s config settings, and .htaccess is the most common way to modify those settings.

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Friday, June 6th, 2008

SSH Attack and Password Problems on OS X

An SSH attack on our OS X server (XServe) caused widespread login problems, but had a simple fix…

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Thursday, May 15th, 2008

Ways To Identify Bad Bots That Execute Analytics Tags

Bad bots are affecting web analytics that are based on Javascript tagging. Learn about two ways to combat these user-mimicking spiders. Knowing they’re crawling your site is the first step in limiting their damage.

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Thursday, May 15th, 2008

Proving The Value Of SEO When Botnets Corrupt Your Analytics

If distributed attacks on web analytics become common place, those of us doing SEO are in for a world of hurt… After all, how can you prove your worth if your statistics can’t be relied on? But, while painful, botnet analytics hacking really isn’t the end of SEO – let me explain… Insuring that pages […]

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