How I moved all my content from comeacross.info to raoulpop.com

Background info As midnight approached this past New Year's Eve, I was busy working on a long-term project. I was about to move all of my content (every article and post I'd written) from comeacross.info to raoulpop.com. There were many reasons for this, but consolidation was the most readily apparent. As detailed on my About … Continue reading How I moved all my content from comeacross.info to raoulpop.com

Catching a code injection hacker in the act

Several days ago, I installed the Redirection plugin from Urban Giraffe. It's truly awesome, in more ways than one. John Godley, you are an amazing programmer! As I re-arranged the categories on my blog, I tracked the 404 errors through the plugin. On Saturday morning, I noticed the following bit of information in my log: … Continue reading Catching a code injection hacker in the act

Automatic redirect from HTTP to HTTPS

IIS (Internet Information Server) doesn't have a way to automatically redirect HTTP traffic to HTTPS if SSL encryption is enabled for a site. So if you've got a site that users are supposed to access by typing in https://www.example.com, but they type in http://www.example.com or http://www.example.com or just example.com, they're going to get a pretty … Continue reading Automatic redirect from HTTP to HTTPS