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Dogsbody Technology Ltd.
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The Linux specialists.
The Linux specialists.

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Did you know that we've introduced our own bimonthly internal hackathon? Pizza and coding! :-) Expect more updates in the future describing some of the things we have made...
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Warning to anyone using the "WP GDPR Compliance" #WordPress plugin. UPDATE NOW. We've helped more than one site today that has been hacked due to a vulnerability released less than 48 hours ago that easily gives admin access to any attacker... https://wpvulndb.com/vulnerabilities/9144
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FYI: Comodo CA has re-branded and is now officially Sectigo. All products are being renamed to align with the new brand.
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A cat pic, a hashtag and an important message... we're in!
Patching systems is an essential part of security. We manually patch our customers' servers to ensure that the right processes get restarted and that we're available to deal with any unplanned issues.
https://dogsbody.link/updatemeow #UpdateMeow
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Every two years an LTS release of #ubuntu goes end of life. This is your 6 month warning! :-) Here's what you need to know about what will happen & your upgrade options...
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Staying safe online isn't just about keeping yourself safe. We have a responsibility to be good internet citizens and help protect others from harm too. Stay #CyberAware
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Do you re-use your passwords?
An attacker will often try to log into accounts using details leaked from previous breaches.
https://dogsbody.link/pwned #CyberAware #Passwords
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Do you have back up?
Do you know where they are?
Are they up to date?
Have you tested them?
https://dogsbody.link/backups #CyberAware #Backups
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PHP 5.6 (and 7.0) are going End Of Life in three months. There is a lot of testing required when moving up to v7 so if you don't already have a plan to migrate you may want to start ;-)
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