Avast phishing scam

Folks, the scammers out there are getting quite polished in their fake emails, and this morning was another example that looked legitimate: Official logoPlausible subject lineUsed First name, but missed…

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Amazon email phishing scam

The email scammers are getting more sophisticated in how realistic their email messages look, consider this one from today: There's a nice looking logo, proper English grammar, but there are…

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WP eStore

For small e-commerce sites there are many Plugin choices for WordPress sites, and one of them is WP eStore. I helped Linnie Thomas setup and use WP eStore on her…

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A New Logo, so a New Header

I've been working with Gwen Martin and the Prescott Bluebird Recovery Project for a number of years now, and our first project was migrating their old hand-coded site into WordPress.…

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Why Use Protected Pages?

The Prescott Bluebird Recovery Project is run by many volunteers, so they asked for a way to share information just to the volunteers, but not all visitors to their web…

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Phishing and Spear-Phishing

I've blogged a lot about protecting yourself when receiving an email with suspicious origins and content. Today I received a very useful email from Quicken that I wanted to share…

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