One Way, Two Way and Three Way Linking

There is alot of talk between web masters and search engine specialists about links and its benefits towards search engine rankings. The subject can get wildy out of hand and complicated so I just wanted to tell you the difference between the 3 main linking methods most widely used on the internet. One Way Links A one way link is what it says, one way. It is a link that is one site that points back to another site. For example: SITE A has a link to...

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Is Email Communication Safe?

Are email communications really as secure as you have been led to believe? Its a big question. An important question because billions of emails are sent over the internet every day. Many people that use email simply think that because they use a username and password for their email, then the email contents are safe. Think again. Email communications ARE NOT secure UNLESS you take certain measures. Unless you use SSL to connect to your mail server...

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Outlook 2002 the messaging interface has returned an unknown error

This problem is related to the “the messaging interface has returned an unknown error” error message you get when trying to do something in Outlook. The symptoms were the following: – The message was trying to send but would not leave the outbox – The message could not be deleted – The message could not be moved out of the Outbox – The recipient at the other end was receiving multiple copies of the email –...

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Microsoft Revised Security Bulletin MS08-051 Powerpoint

Microsoft has revised Security Bulletin MS08-051, which addresses vulnerabilities in Microsoft PowerPoint. This revision describes a rerelease of the standalone update package for Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003. According to Microsoft, users who applied the update provided through Microsoft Update or Office Update do not need to take further action. Users who installed the original standalone update should apply the updated package as described...

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Red Hat Releases OpenSSH Security Update

Red Hat has released Security Advisory RHSA-2008:0855-6 to address a recent security incident. In the advisory, Red Hat indicates that the incident involved an intrusion on several of their computer systems. During the intrusion, an attacker was able to sign a small number of OpenSSH packages. Red Hat has provided a list of the compromised packages and has released updated versions of the OpenSSH packages as a precautionary measure. Full details at...

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