Hacked.

Thursday, September 23. 2010

My blog system has been hacked for the 2nd time now. I've begun writing a new system at the root of this domain (no more subdomain), so if your RSS feeds break, I've either moved to my new blog, or I've upgraded this blog to fix the hack for the interim - until I can get comments working (which will take me to just get Akismet integration as comments are already technically ready).

I'm don't think the blog system has been secured, so I'd suggest not posting any comments until or unless I update this post mentioning that it is now safe.

Update: Despire the german theme's "Written by" text, this blog's been reinstalled from scratch with the newest version software, but using the same database. Hopefully nothing's still infected. This should give me a decent amount of time to properly move the article entries and comments to the new blog system without worrying too much (and figure out a mod_rewrite rule for the SEO redirects).

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    #1 Mike on 09/28/10 at 02:25 PM [Reply]
    That's too bad. :(

    Ready to move to wordpress yet? :P

    Sehr gut! Aufwiedersehen!
    #1.1 Brendon Kozlowski on 09/28/10 at 09:01 PM [Reply]
    I'm glad you're enjoying the template switch and language experience. ;)

    I'm building a blogging system in CakePHP. I got the core functionality coded out in about 3 days. I stopped for a little over a week now. I'm deciding on the best way to create a template file before moving forward. I think I know how I'll proceed, now it's finding the desire to keep pushing forward again.

    I could use Wordpress, but it's almost too easy I feel like I wouldn't really be getting any benefit out of it - unless perhaps I set up PodsCMS and tried to figure out how it worked.

    Are you ready to move from Wordpress yet? :P
    #2 Mike on 09/29/10 at 02:09 PM [Reply]
    My personal blog will remain on wp but the library's wp installation will die the day we launch our new site (if that ever happens).
    #2.1 Brendon Kozlowski on 09/29/10 at 02:52 PM [Reply]
    I'm looking forward to seeing the new library site. I hope that, unlike mine, it doesn't outgrow itself in under a year. (Administration and staff want EVERYTHING on the front page...everything. Kinda glad that I'm currently working on the staff site instead.)

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