That is insane!
The first part of the attack against GitHub peaked at 1.35Tbps, and there was a second 400Gbps spike later.
If you do not understand net naturally watch the wopper
YouTube is getting rid of paid channels on Dec 1st. If you want to keep your videos paid and on your website we can help! This is a service is a turn key service for anyone who wants to keep their paid videos. From moving and uploading to a new service where 90% of your paid income goes to you. Contact us for more info. Sales@bluesoldesign.com
Sounds just about right. If you need your wireless devices updated to prevent hackers from reading your internet traffic let us know! 970-373-4944
According to Bleeping Computer, a WordPress plug that goes by the name Display Widgets has been used to install a backdoor on WordPress sites across the interne...t for the past two and a half months. While the WordPress.org team removed the plugin from the official WordPress Plugins repository, the plugin managed to be installed on more than 200,000 sites at the time of its removal. The good news is that the backdoor code was only found between Display Widgets version 2.6.1 (released June 30) and version 2.6.3 (released September 2), so it's unlikely everyone who installed the plugin is affected. WordPress.org staff members reportedly removed the plugin three times before for similar violations. Bleeping Computer has compiled a history of events in its report, put together with data aggregated from three different investigations by David Law, White Fir Design, and Wordfence. The report adds: The original Display Widgets is a plugin that allowed WordPress site owners to control which, how, and when WordPress widgets appear on their sites. Stephanie Wells of Strategy11 developed the plugin, but after switching her focus to a premium version of the plugin, she decided to sell the open source version to a new developer who would have had the time to cater to its userbase. A month after buying the plugin in May, its new owner released a first new version -- v2.6.0 -- on June 21.
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Warning to Google drive users!
Google announced in a blog post today that the Google Drive app for desktop will be shut down. The Verge reports: Support will be cut off on December 11th and t...he app will shut down completely on March 12th, 2018. Users who are still running the Drive app will start seeing notifications in October that it's "going away," and the company will steer customers towards one of two replacements depending on whether they're a consumer or business user. Google Drive the service isn't going anywhere. You can still access it from the web, smartphone apps, and either of the software options mentioned below. Google now has two fairly new software tools for backing up your data and/or accessing files in the cloud. There's Backup and Sync, the all-encompassing consumer app that replaces both the standalone Google Drive and Google Photos Uploader apps. It offers essentially the same functionality as Drive and works much the same way. And on the enterprise side, Google has rolled out Drive File Streamer, which saves space on your local drive while providing access to "all of your Google Drive files on demand, directly from your computer."
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Make sure your computers are patched tonight!!
Every supported version of Windows 7 and Windows 10, as well as Windows Server systems, are affected by the bug.
Petya ransomware and others used windows SMB1 to move from computer to computer. You will need to disable the protocol. It will be removed in the fall creators update.
Still using a flash website? We can help help you move to a more secure, mobile frendley, and fast website! Email us at sales@ bluesoldesign.com for more information!
Where does all the internet traffic go? This is the top 100 website in the world ranked by traffic.
Good news everyone!
Microsoft confirmed today that PCs using Intel's Clover Trail CPUs will be blocked from Windows 10 upgrades. But in a major change of the "Windows as a Service" policy, those devices will continue to get security updates.
If you use Google take a look at this!