Secure sites. HTTPS and SSL. A topic more and more site owners and maintainers are having to work with. For some, this is a great thing and others it is either nerve-wracking or confusing. Luckily, for us all, getting an SSL and implementing full site HTTPS is becoming easier.
This is a bit late on the #drupalgeddon // #drupslsa05 post, but the need to update is just too alarming to go unmentioned. Like this tweet from @outlandishjosh
I'll update w/more on what we're seeing later today, but it is clear: Black-hats are exploiting #drupslsa05 already. This is not a drill.
WordPress is a great piece of software supported by a large open source community. It is quick to deploy, easy to configure, and easy to use. When it comes to simple content management, WordPress is the way to go. However, some of us have had the unfortunate event of getting our WordPress site hacked or defaced.
Sanitize Text for SQL mglaman Sat, 11/26/2011 - 10:19
mysql_real_escape_string() should always be used on data being placed into your SQL database.