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DirtyCow moooo-ving to a server near you

  • November 4, 2016
  • By Daryl PhillipsDaryl Phillips
  • in News

No you read that right. DirtyCow – or copy-on-write for those inclined – is the latest hidden vulnerability to hit unprotected servers and in some cases Linux driven smartphones.

We are recruiting: Web Developer/Software Engineer

  • October 16, 2016
  • By info@tickboxmarketing.co.ukinfo@tickboxmarketing.co.uk
  • in Jobs

We are in the process of launching a major new API-based web application that has already attracted national recognition, government funding and partnerships with major arts and heritage organisations and we need to find the right people to come on board as we grow the company and roll out this exciting new project.

Pioneering Volunteer Makers goes national with Arts Council England support

  • August 2, 2016
  • By info@tickboxmarketing.co.ukinfo@tickboxmarketing.co.uk
  • in Volunteer Makers

Innovative volunteering programme Volunteer Makers has been given Arts Council England backing to deliver its programme to museums across the UK. The company behind Volunteer Makers, Bristol-based Tickbox, have been awarded £100,000 from the Museum Resilience Fund to deliver training, support and a national conference to support more than 300 museums in adopting a new model of [...]

Attack of the botnets – what can you do to keep your WordPress site safe

  • June 30, 2016
  • By info@tickboxmarketing.co.ukinfo@tickboxmarketing.co.uk
  • in Security

If you have a WordPress site, its probably being attacked by hackers right now. In fact industry research suggests that there are more than 3,300 automated bots attempting to access any given WordPress site at any time.

Does that mean WordPress isn’t secure? No – WordPress is simply the world’s most popular website development platform. Sites build on other platforms will be attacked too, but the sheer number of WordPress sites means the figures add up.

So what can you do about it?