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Björn Mett

About Björn Mett

Björn is the Senior Technical Lead at MyWork Australia and makes sure that all our 3000+ websites are up and running smoothly. Originating from Germany, Björn is a big football (soccer) fan and loves to take his young family to Brisbane Roar home games.

poodle-exploit-lg

POODLE stands for Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption and means a protocol downgrade that allows exploits on an outdated form of encryption. It effects all internet servers that use the SSL protocol version 2 and/or 3. This vulnerability allows a smart and admittedly very capable hacker to use a man-in-the-middle attack on a router or hotspot… Read More.

Date Posted: October 22, 2014 Posted In: Web Development Author:
images

When you’re experiencing a technical problem, whether it be email related or website related, there are a few simple things you can do on your end to ensure the issue is resolved as quickly as possible on our end.  1. Replicate the issue When you have a problem and require technical support, regardless of what… Read More.

Date Posted: September 5, 2014 Posted In: Help & Support Author:
blog_migration

From time to time it becomes necessary to move a website from one server to another. This task should be relatively straight forward if both the old server and the new server use the same server management software. In this particular example, both servers run an up-to-date version of WHM/cPanel. cPanel provides scripts to make… Read More.

Date Posted: March 21, 2014 Posted In: Web Development Author:
DNS

DNS stands for Domain Name System and is an essential part of the functionality of the internet. This blog post is an attempt to explain how the DNS works for the everyday internet user. It is not a technical post and therefore won’t explain every complex detail of the DNS. The DNS can be seen as the… Read More.

Date Posted: November 26, 2013 Posted In: Web Development Author:
strong-passwords

Passwords are one of those things that we all have to deal with on a daily basis. Even if we aren’t digital natives, we still have at least a handful of passwords to remember: email account, Facebook or Twitter to name just a few. Of course there are also more sensitive passwords, like the ones… Read More.

Date Posted: August 13, 2013 Posted In: General Author: