Twitter Boostrap 3.3.2 Has Been Released

For those of you currently using Twitter Boostrap in your website, Bootstrap announced version 3.3.2 yesterday! The release is focused on bug fixes, accessibility improvements, and documentation updates. It includes over 300 commits from 19 contributors.

Full details of the 3.3.2 release can be found on their blog post.

Twitter Bootstrap is an HTML, CSS, and JS framework that assists in developing responsive websites. They have lots of examples and great documentation to get you started.

BuiltWithBootstrap.com is a good resource to learn more and stay current on Boostrap. They have website examples and also provide Bootstrap news and tips.

WordPress Under Attack, 100,000+ WP Websites Compromised By SoakSoak Malware

SoakSoak Malware Compromises 100,000+ WordPress Websites

News of a malware campaign against WordPress has been doing the rounds since owners and webmaster of wordpress blogs found out about websites getting blacklisted by Google. Around 11,000 domains had been blocked due to the latest malware campaign which has now swelled to 100,000. This campaign has been brought by SoakSoak.ru, thus being dubbed the ‘SoakSoak Malware’ epidemic.

SoakSoak malware modifies the file located at wp-includes/template-loader.php which causes wp-includes/js/swobject.js to be loaded on every page view on the website and this “swobject.js” file includes a malicious java encoded script malware.

Read full article from TechWorm.net

Microsoft To End Support For Windows 2003 Servers

Microsoft has announced that they will end support for Windows Server 2003 in July of 2015.

All software products have a lifecycle. End of support refers to the date when Microsoft will no longer provide automatic fixes, updates, or online technical assistance.[2] (link is external) As of July 2014, there were 12 million physical servers worldwide still running Windows Server 2003.

Computers running the Windows Server 2003 operating system will continue to work after support ends. However, using unsupported software may increase the risks of viruses and other security threats. Negative consequences could include loss of confidentiality, integrity, and or availability of data, system resources and business assets.

Users have the option to upgrade to a currently supported operating system or other cloud-based services. There are software vendors and service providers in the marketplace who offer assistance in migrating from Windows Server 2003 to a currently supported operating system or SaaS (software as a service) / IaaS (infrastructure as a service) products and services.

Read the US-CERT alert at https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/TA14-310A