SGIS updates & advice

GHOST vulnerability

A vulnerability has been identified in Linux that allows hackers to gain control of systems without the need for any …

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How to increase the memory limit on WordPress

Some WordPress themes and plugins require more PHP memory than the server default, especially while managing options in the admin …

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Shellshock vulnerability

A serious Unix vulnerability has been identified called “Shellshock”. This affects all Linux machines and if exploited hackers could gain …

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Manually disable WordPress plugins

If you’re editing or updating a plugin and something goes wrong it can easily bring the whole WordPress site down. …

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Google ranking boost for sites using https

Google announced earlier this month that a small rankings boost would be added to sites that use an SSL certificate …

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Security vulnerability in WordPress and Drupal

Urgent action required for WordPress and Drupal users. An XML weakness has been identified on WordPress and Drupal which allows …

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Keep your website safe with our daily backup service

We are now offering daily automatic website backups for £11.99 per year. The backups are stored stored for 30 days …

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How to create your own .htaccess file

When we find a useful tool or resource on the web we love to share this with our visitors. We’ve …

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.UK domain names now available

Order your .uk domain name for £8.99 per year We are now offering the shorter UK domain extension for only …

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How to clear MySQL’s overhead in phpMyAdmin

If you use a CMS such as WordPress or Joomla it’s important to keep an eye on your database usage …

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