Author Archives: Nathan Lyle

About Nathan Lyle

Nathan is a father of four, an amateur musician, and an aspiring photographer. He started programming in 4th grade on an Apple II+ and many years later spent much of his college years freelancing website design for college departments. Nathan is a veteran of the Browser Wars, and will gladly talk at length about the changes he has seen in Web technology if you accidentally ask him.

One of the frustrating ways that hackers will try to get access to your website is through official looking notifications that alert you to an issue with your bandwidth or disk space for your hosting account. They hope to get … read more Disk Quota Notification Trick

The Fear Tactic Yet Again

/ Nathan Lyle

I recently found another example of emails sent that try to use fear to get you to click a link and very likely install malware that will give the sender access to your computer. This one had a subject of … read more The Fear Tactic Yet Again

Here’s another example of an email you should always be suspicious of… the “hurry up your email is not working” message. Always be suspicious of messages that try to induce a bit of panic or fear – they do this … read more Mailbox Quota Exceeded – Email Notification

Version 5.8 is now out, named “Tatum” in honor of Art Tatum (a legendary Jazz pianist.) A lot of what’s new in this version of WordPress relates to the native block editor for page content. (We use a custom page … read more WordPress Update 5.8

WordPress Update 5.6

/ Nathan Lyle

If you subscribe to one of our maintenance plans, then this month (December 2020) we’ll be updating your WordPress software to version 5.6, which is now available. This version is named for American singer and songwriter Nina Simone.  Much of … read more WordPress Update 5.6

There are always new tricks being tried to get you to reveal information or download malware to your computer. The most recent common one we’ve seen has tried to use fear of legal repercussions to get you to click a … read more New Malware Trick (Form Spam)

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