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To make things easier to submit a site to the various Search Engines, we recommend AceBit's Hello Engines currently in version 10 for under £100 and this version will allow submission of up to ten different websites (Free version allows submission for two websites).

Also available is the professional version of Hello Engines, called AESOPS 10 which currently costs approximately €350/£280 for an unlimited number of web sites.


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If we require FTP access, please arrange for us to receive temporary FTP access to your server and let us know the details, URL, username and password. Thank you.

If we are de-bugging something like Joomla or phpList please ensure we have the access details, url, username and password.

Printer Scam Warning!Scammers are taking control of people's computers and demanding payments to release them again, consumers are being warned.

Trading Standards officers say that tens of thousands of users are falling victim to such scams, which begin when they ask for help with a printer error.

The fraudsters claim to offer "printer helplines", which consumers are fooled into contacting.

Read the full story on the BBC website ( 22 February 2017 ©)


Are you sick and tired of giving out your home phone number when buying something or registering for a service or website? Concerned WHY do these firms/sites need your number when they'll more likely email you? Well, worry no longer! Use 0333 88 88 88 88 in place of your home number.

Those REALLY nice people at TrueCall who developed a call blocking device that attaches to your phone line have released a new service, free to use for all those concerned for their privacy.

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Okay, Windows 10 was released on 29th July 2015.

If you have Windows 7 or 8 (any version) you really need to reserve your copy, don't worry it's quite free, Microsoft® want to know how many people may be downloading it so as to allocate sufficient resources.

So long as you have a valid Licence Key you'll get it for free so long as you have Windows 7 or 8 (XP/Vista are not currently included in the free upgrade offer).

You'll also need to register on each computer you have, not just once...

Stuck with Windows 8? I don't blame you but there is a pretty straightforward tutorial available on the Microsoft® site which may help.

Microsoft Windows 8 Tutorial.



ms logo - Free PD image from pixabay.comYes, you read it right! Microsoft will be offering a free upgrade to users of Windows 7, 8 & 8.1 later this year.

The offer will only be open for a year after which you'd have to paid to upgrade and doesn't apply to new sales of Windows 10.

Keep watching the news for when this offer starts, it'll be a few months yet or so I'm lead to believe.

danger icon Just heard about a new agressive scam going around those of us who have purchased their own domains (http://dragonrider.co.uk for example).

ICANN, the global domain name coordinator, has raised awareness of a global scamming issue regarding domain renewals.

The latest ‘fashion’ among cybercriminals is sending registrants domain renewal emails, which pretend to be coming from ICANN.

The scam emails are only aimed at misleading the registrants into giving their financial information on the...

On the rare occasions we offer for sale items on eBay, we do not offer to sell/post overseas.

Just had notification from eBay that we have been enrolled in their Global Shipping Program. Apparently, if we sell abroad, eBay will supply us with a UK mailing address and then eBay will arrange the sending of goods overseas. Amazingly at no extra cost....


Order/Invoice etc Emails danger icon

Currently there seems to be a number of spoof emails going the rounds, (July-September 2014). Still ongoing January 2015!

The Subjects (that I've already seen) include Invoice #, Statement #, Order # and even Termination #. Each is written in pretty poor English and always has an attachment with it that the message tries to con you into opening.

Don't! There's a Trojan of some sort attached, simply delete the message, preferably without viewing the email message and...

There is a fake BT malware spam email currently going the rounds (April 2014). It claims to have your BT digital file, requesting that you to scan attached file and reply to the email. Don't!

The attached zip contains an exe virus or trojan horse malware.

This is a spoof email that fakes the sender to appear to be from bt.com. It isn't, one dead giveaway that this is malware is that for me at least, I don't use BT for my broadband NOR my telephone service either.



Just started to receive fraudulent messages supposedly from the uk Inland Revenue at ".gov.uk"

Of course it's a fake email, using a spoofed .gov.uk email supposedly sent from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. which itself is a fake address.

The attachment is a trojan and should of course NOT be opened under any circumstances.

Deleted that and almost immediately a follow on fake email come in, again from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. but spoofed as if it was from my own email address, this time a notification I have 4 fax...