During an interview with a client I was asked many questions about lots of their current technology, some of the questions were about technology I had not heard of, or have very little knowledge of. So my answer would be something like; “I am not familiar with this. I will look up and get some solutions for you, and I will ask other Nerds if they are familiar with that product to assist with this.”Details
If you are considering registering domain names, perhaps for the purpose of parking them for future use, or to forward them to another website, you have many choices with whom to register. There are many factors to consider, such as price, protection, automation, organization, etc. You may be wondering, why pay Nerds On Site to…Details
We are asking people to help Nerds On Site paint the town RED with our own version of Punch Buggie. Each time you spot one of our cute NerdMobiles driving around (anywhere in the world), take a picture, upload it to our fan page and tag Nerds On Site. Every photo uploaded will give you another chance to win an Apple iPad! The winner will be randomly chosen from all photos entered on September 30th, 2010.Details
Results of a Harvard study proved that buyers who initially objected to price eventually made their buying decision on non-price factors.
Now that’s what we at Nerds On Site want to hear! So what do buyers value more than price?
A relatively new trojan attack (as of Thursday) is spreading through email. The subjects are “Here You Have” or “Just For You”. The email contains a malicious link that suggests it is a PDF document, but when clicked, a virus infects your computers. The trojan has infected countless machines at companies around the world.Details
I found a Trojan fake alert virus today on a client’s PC that was masking itself as Microsoft security essentials, I was unable to distinguish bettween the trojan program and the real thing even though I have the AV on my home PC and am very familiar with it. The client never downloaded the real Microsoft security essentials AV and sure enough, once the virus was removed, there was no trace of essentials.Details
It seems that nearly every week our Hosting Team runs in another outside developer that insists on assigning full write permissions to “everyone” for their client’s website. While sometimes this happens for custom built websites that are so poorly built the developer needs world-write permissions to make it run, more often these issues happen for…Details
As a security precaution provided to all our clients, our hosting security system checks the security of our client’s sites once a week. What it is doing is looking for files and folders that are set to world-writable settings, or 777 as it’s known in the Linux world. Files or folders that are set to…Details
Many of us have wanted “put a bullet” in a server or workstation from time to time – at least figuratively. This Salt Lake City employee had too much to drink and LITERALLY shot the server. This might be amusing, except for the costs involved – not to mention the danger of injury.Details