To make things easier to submit a site to the various Search Engines, we recommend AceBit's Hello Engines currently in version 9 for under £100 and this version will allow submission of up to ten different websites.
Also available is the professional version of Hello Engines, called AESOPS 9 which currently costs approximately €350/£280 for an unlimited number of web sites.
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Infected eMails warnings. Well worth a read
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An old one, but nonetheless one worth reminding us about as it is still going around.
Supposedly a confirmation of your reservation through booking.com (This is spoofed, not from the genuine booking.com) and in fact comes from an Italian website, host26-14-static.110-62-b.business.telecomitalia.it
Further details can be found on MyOnline Security website, a great site to check for any ongoing suspicious emails. As always, never click to view any unsolicited attachment. Of course, another dead giveaway for me at least, is the fact I've never used booking.com so I know anything I receive from them, is fake.
I've had a couple of quite strange emails recently.
There's been a number from someone at webwindows.co.uk offering me banner space on a daily national newspaper. Can only assume these are from someone who has added me without permission to their business spam mailing list.
Then an attempt to con me into opening an infected file in Dropbox. I did not recognise the sender nor was there any reason for me to expect to recieve UPDATE_VACATIONS_SCHEDULE_09_2015.pdf. I also (eventually) noticed it did not come in on my dropbox single use email account, so probably infected file. Looking on Google just now, shows this is indeed an infected malware file.
The latest is from Owler, a firm I've never heard of nor have I ever given then my email address, sending me 40K+ size files about "Your new competitive report is now available", no text content, only traceable images, something I would never accept from an unknown source. If this is a genuine eMail and not another infected spam attack, it's probably someone who has again added my personal email address to their unwanted, unsolicited business spam mailing list.
Another dubious and totally unwanted/unrequested junk eMail just arrived with hookup.info as the sender which looks like it's another spamming firm that has added my personal email address, illegally, to their business spam mailing list. Oh course there is no viewable content, only images that will be traceable and possibly infected and that I have to authorise to see. NOT going to happen.
You have a website, you want to add a copyright date that you can set and forget?
Rather than add something like Content copyright © 1998 - 2015 which has to be manually changed each year, simply add to your template code the following line:
Content copyright © 1998 - <?PHP echo date("Y"); ?>
Providing your Web Space includes the use of PHP, the above will display Content copyright © 1998 - Y where "Y" is the current year.