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Brute Force

Friday 23rd of August 2013

All encryption is vulnerable to attack, and brute force attacks are some of the worst. Read on to find out what you can do to prevent your site or server being affected. 

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Modifying DNS Records

Friday 16th of August 2013

Modifying the DNS records is one of the scariest and most important parts of making a website live. If an error is made the entire site and all associated e-mails can be broken in a way that isn't easy to repair. 

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Akeeba

Monday 22nd of July 2013

Continuing our series of reviews of the Joomla components we frequently use for our websites, this week we'll be discussing Akeeba! 

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ChronoForm

Monday 22nd of July 2013

This weeks news article is the first in a new series we're starting that will review the Joomla components we regularly use for our websites. To start off the series we're looking at ChronoForm.

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SEO and Traffic

Friday 12th of July 2013

As well as designing and building websites, Rhye Media help our clients to continually improve and maintain their SEO and manage their traffic analysis at no extra cost. We do this by utilising the premium features of Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools.

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Bigcommerce

Friday 28th of June 2013

Rhye Media is now part of the Bigcommerce family and can offer you convenient online shopping carts!

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Team Work

Friday 21st of June 2013

The process of designing, building and implementing a website is one that involves input from numerous people. Especially in larger companies, graphic designers and IT technicians can deal with a lot of people, from sales managers to CEOs, and things can sometimes get lost in translation. Read More >

Data Collection

Friday 14th of June 2013

Within 24 hours of the revelation that the US Government is collecting mass amounts of data from internet and phone use, sales of George Orwell's 1984 increased by 7,000%. Is this an indication that the masses are wary of the surveillance, or are they just trying to get their heads around it? And what is the government really doing with all that data? 

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