We bought a new WHM/cPanel server recently and once setup we started getting emails about a suspicious process, this instantly caused panic as you might expect! The suspicious process was apparently called entropychat. Not sure what this was I started searching the internet to try and figure out what it was, where it was and […]


UPDATED 03/01/2017 – Fixed a bug in the code, sorry! Some people still prefer to use www in their websites, however using www. is no longer a standard for websites and was invented when the internet first started as an indicator that you was requesting a website, which was especially useful as most of the […]


Allot of outdated websites still use www. in their urls, however did you know this is very outdated behaviour invented way back when the internet first started? The whole idea of using www. was invented so that anyone seeing a URL would instantly know it was a URL as www stands for World Wide Web. […]


Windows 10 has now been released to the public, well it is for a few select people, but many like me did not receive a notification to begin upgrading to windows 10. Unfortunately Microsoft has no intention of upgrading the whole planet to Windows 10 at once, there are so many machines that require upgrade […]


Recently I came across a semi-large server having severe difficulty with stability, after a short investigation it became apparent that the server was suffering whenever the WHM backup process (cpbackup) was working to backup the server. Unfortunately the backup module of WHM is a very handy and vital tool to retaining monthly, weekly or even […]


If you have your own development server like us that are accessible across the internet using public IP or a domain name you may be having problems where somehow Google and other search engines find your development server and starts indexing it! This is very frustrating when you actually do not want projects being leaked […]


The other day a colleague was having a very puzzling problem with PHP POST Variables, he was posting an array of values from a large form but some of the values were missing from the $_POST variable. After looking through his code a couple of times we came to the conclusion that the code was […]


The new Shellshock Bash Vulnerability is a serious vulnerability affecting any UNIX/Linux/Mac based Operating System, it has only recently been discovered and can basically allow any command full root permissions on your server, so for instance an attacker can gain access to your PHP Script and then use the exec function (which is a PHP […]


Recently I had a problem where Google PageSpeed Insights where it was giving me a huge list of PNG images that it said could be compressed, sometimes up to 90%! However I had already compressed the images using Photoshop. Unfortunately Photoshop was not compressing the images as Google PageSpeed wanted, so I tried using the […]


So I’m sure everyone has heard about the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL, it appears SSL has not been as secure as you would think – anyone is able to fetch stored SSL directly from the server and read the contents. Luckily there has been an update released to fix the Heartbleed vulnerability, and all you […]

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