We’d like to take the opportunity to wish all of our customers and suppliers a very Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year! 2014 has been a good year for Baxter Media – we’ve worked on loads of great projects, brought our servers back to Yorkshire and 2015 looks set to be an interesting year technology…Details
There may be a time when you need to block a specific IP address, or a range of IP addresses from accessing your website. Perhaps you have a web form that is being spammed, or you’re experiencing an attack to a login form? The good news is that this is quick and easy to do with…Details
Search engine Google has released it’s list of our top searches of 2014, with Robin Williams topping the global trend table. He was joined by “Ebola” and “Flappy Birds”
If you regularly connect to a server over SSH using Terminal in OS X, setting up password-less logins is a great way to speed up the logon process. Getting started only takes a couple of minutes, and involves generating a “key” for your account on a remote machine. Before you start it is important to…Details
Stay up to date Updates for firewalls, operating systems, web browsers and other software packages are released regularly. It is important to stay up to date to ensure that you’re covered against the latest threats and vulnerabilities. Physical Security You may not be surprised to learn that one of the easiest ways to transfer…Details
Baxter Media has become aware of a number of calls to businesses all over the UK from bailiffs who say they are acting on behalf of Baxter Media to recover monies owed. Please be aware that this is a scam and that Baxter Media has not instructed any bailiffs to recover debt. If you have…Details
It’s the kind of thing that can happen to anyone. You click a dodgy link, you grant access to a third party app, or someone guesses your password. Just three ways that you might loose control of your Twitter account.
You may have heard about a recently discovered vulnerability – the Heartbleed Bug. It’s a flaw in a package called OpenSSL which runs on millions of web and email servers, including our own.
For the first time ever, “password” is no longer the most commonly used, and therefore worst password to use, according to SplashData who compile a list of the worst passwords each year.
Here at Baxter Media, we’ve been wondering what happened to 2013 – it just seemed to fly by! Now though, we’re looking forward to what promises to be an exciting year. Already we have lots of exciting projects lined up and underway, some of which we’ll be able to tell you about soon. This year…Details