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How to protect your website from Bots and Hackers

Jun 14, 2015 by Paul White

With all the recent news coverage on companies and government agencies being hacked, I thought it might be time to write an article about how to protect your website and or server from hackers and bots.  So if your website is getting flooded with unrelated traffic and constantly being attacked here are a few tips.


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Website Security Tip remove catch all bindings

May 23, 2010 by Paul White

A few months ago I noticed that one of my clients websites seemed to be getting spikes of traffic.  However with spikes in traffic most clients would report an increase in sales or business.  When looking at the stats server, the requests were for pages and files that were not even on the server, and were for technologies ( PHP ) that I do not run on m box.  If you see requests for files like /prx2.php, /phpmyadmin/config/config.inc.php, /roundcubemail/readme, or /webmail/readme.  You might want to read this article.

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Adblockers financial impact on your websites traffic

Adblockers financial impact on your websites traffic

Feb 12, 2010 by Paul White

Adblockers have a place in the world.  That place was back when we all were using dial up internet.  Now that everyone is on high speed broadband connections, adblockers are doing more harm than good.  I will show you some concrete data to prove that adblockers are hurting any website that is dependent on Google Adsense for Revenue.

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How to Decompile a .NET DLL

Apr 1, 2008 by Paul White

I am not a huge fan of precompiling my code into DLL files, Simply because it makes it harder for other to diagnose problems, and trouble shoot your application.  Repairs should be possible with notepad if you are desperate.  I had a client that called with this exact situation.  Their Old Developer was a hard core Visual Studio Man, and all the code was in DLL files.  I found a little tool that allows you to open the DLLs and see the source code.  Opening DLL files may not be legal in some situations, but in my case it was to help my client get their application back up and running.  I was rather impressed with this tool. 

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