Ashley Madison, hacked…

Earlier this week a group of hackers released over nine gigabytes of user data that was stolen from Avid Life Media in July. The data has yet to be verified by the company, and includes many obviously fake profiles. In light of this many people are now facing the professional implications of using company supplied [...]

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Facebook’s new profile; the Timeline.

Like it or not, Facebook is rolling out a new profile. This is, you guessed it, a timeline. It snaps your Facebook posts to a timeline that extends to the bottom of the page, with quick access in the upper right-hand corner, just beneath the menu bar. While we can all foresee the mumbling and [...]

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It’s Change Your Password Day!

After getting indirectly attacked in December Gizmodo has declared Feb 1st as change your password day today, a day to scratch our heads and rattle out new, complicated passwords for all of our online accounts. Which is a great idea. So tomorrow while we’re trying to remember our shiny new passwords we’ll be wondering why [...]

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Javascript City/State/Zip Selector.

One of our clients recently needed to implement a search based on a users location.  We were using Drupal 7, location module to implement this but currently this module only allows proximity search based on a zipcode.  We wanted the user to be able to use a select box to select the state, which would [...]

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Dropbox drops the ball on security

Dropbox has been one of the tools that I use to keep files stored in the cloud for easy access. Because I worry a lot about where my stuff is stored I have not stored anything sensitive there, but I have put files I have been working on, pictures, presentations, etc. up there so that [...]

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