I noticed something very odd in my blog logs today: Hundreds of links to my site promoting wallpaper images that I don’t host, all running through a disused Wordpress plugin. I deleted the file, and couldn’t find any hack or intrusion, but I’m still wondering what exactly was going on here!
How My Blog Became Infected With MW:JS:150 Malware (And How I Fixed It)
SlideShare Embed Injects ScoreCard “Market Research” Junk
Back From the Pile: Interesting Links, January 14, 2011
This regular series features highlights from the week. It was another big one for me, with my Network Computing writing gig starting up, the announcement of my Storage for Server Virtualization seminar series, and the finalization of Tech Field Day for February.
How To Make TimThumb Play Nicely With TanTan’s WordPress S3 Plugin
I’m loving the Woo theme for this blog, and especially love that they integrated the cool TimThumb script to automatically resize thumbnails for the main page. But everything stopped working when I added TanTan’s Wordpress-S3 plugin to store my images on Amazon’s servers. Luckily, I found a fix!