Month September, 2007

A disheartening business model taking advantage of the naïve

September 5th, 2007 @ // 6 Comments

Yesterday I was handed what appeared to be a bill due for payment. At first, I thought it was some domain registration fee, but the last time I checked we don't pay more than $9 dollars a year per domain. Being a busy person, as I think most business owners are, I would have probably […]

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Success Means Security: How to protect your most profitable web sites from distributed denial of service attacks (an open source approach)

September 4th, 2007 @ // 13 Comments

One of the side effects of success is that you need to worry about security. You see how celebrities have to walk around with bodyguards, their homes have state of the art alarm systems, and the paparazzi is still always looking for a chink in their armor. The same thing happens online. The more successful […]

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A Never-ending Battle — Protecting your content from CGI hijackers

September 3rd, 2007 @ // 3 Comments

In computer security we have several ongoing battles: the virus/spyware writers vs. the antivirus vendors, the spammers vs. the anti-spam vendors, the hackers vs. the security experts. Add to that list the search engine marketers vs. the CGI hijackers. Dan Thies, the undisputed keyword research master, used his influence in the search engine marketing industry […]

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Advanced Cloaking Technique: How to feed password-protected content to search engine spiders

September 3rd, 2007 @ // 13 Comments

No doubt that at some point you have done a search in Google, clicked on an attractive result, and come up with a frightening wall—the article or page in question requires a subscription! As a user, we all find this annoying, and the last thing we want to do is get a new name and […]

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