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Apache Log4j Vulnerability

Within the last couple of days, news of the Apache Log4j vulnerability, or CVE-2021-44228, has swept the internet. This vulnerability could have severe repercussions for anyone using Apache Log4j, or using products that contain Apache Log4j. What is the Apache Log4j Vulnerability? Apache Log4j is an open-source logging product that is present in many Java-based […]

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Why Your Website Needs Two-Factor Authentication

What Is Two-Factor Authentication? Two-factor authentication (2FA) encompasses an additional step to a login process, verifying your identity. This extra layer of security decreases the likelihood of a hacker accessing the data in your website. Instead of just needing a username and password, the hacker will need more information to access your account when using […]

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Bytes.co is Now An Approved Vendor for the Restart Vermont Technology Assistance Program

Bytes.co is now an approved Vendor the the Restart Vermont Technical Assistance Program (ReVTA). This initiative gives us the opportunity to help small businesses recover from the financial fallout of the pandemic by improving and updating their websites, the most integral part of a business these days. We’re excited to help our fellow Vermont businesses […]

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Upgrade from PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.2

Why the PHP 7.2 Upgrade is Important Have you heard the recent buzz regarding PHP 7.2 upgrades? We’re not surprised. This is one of the most talked about topics in the WordPress Community today. Why is that?  In late 2018, word was released that PHP 5.6 and 7.0 would reach their end of life at […]