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SEO Egghead Consulting Group is a web development firm dedicated to creating custom, search-engine-optimized web site applications.

We specialize in eCommerce and content management web sites that not only render information beautifully to the human, but also satisfy the "third browser" - the search engine. To us, search engines are people too.

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Oct 17
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

Bradley Spencer is holding a contest where the best analogy wins a free copy of my book. I smell some link bait. Well, at least it worked on me :)

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Oct 17
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: Everyone is selling SSL certificates. Really? Not really. It turns out that the majority of quality SSL certificates are actually dispensed from the same company in some shape or form — VeriSign. VeriSign currently owns at least Thawte, GeoTrust, and RapidSSL. In other words, they own all but one of the "older-than-dirt" high-ubiquity certificate authorities, GlobalSign. Here's the lowdown: Verisign proper has the oldest root certificate, created in January 1996. It is the most ubiquitous, meaning, more browsers accept certificates granted by them than any others. They're unfortunately also ridiculously expensive. Thawte has the 2nd oldest…

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Mar 18
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: We're currently looking for clients in the following realms: Custom Application Development 1. Custom Content Management System Development 2. Custom eCommerce Web Site Development 3. Intranet Development Our applications are designed to give users full control over content and require no knowledge of HTML or advanced web design skills. All applications are designed to be SE-friendly at an architectural basis. We exercise the principles that we've written about in our book: Application Enhancement 4. Modification of PHP and ASP.NET web applications to fix architectural issues and increase search engine visibility. Few firms will take on this challenge as they do not have the resources and skills to…

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Jan 23
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Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: The average IQ of the internet pedophile is apparently much higher than the aggregate of IQs at MySpace. Let me make a prediction: MySpace will be found liable for several incidents of child exploitation going forward — even more so than before. Wired's blog made it public over here. I was blissfully unaware of this until now (not being a pedophile and all…), but I could always tell that MySpace was a poorly conceived application. The idea was good, but that is where it ended. The problem is that MySpace was started (and hence programmed) by a team that never knew…

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Nov 30
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Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: Authored By: Cristian Darie http://www.cristiandarie.ro/books. I'm writing this article to warn you about an implementation detail of the ASP.NET 2.0 session management mechanism, which, if handled incorrectly, can potentially remove your ASP.NET 2.0 web site from Google's index. The Background The communication protocol our web browsers use when navigating the Internet - HTTP - was designed to be stateless protocol. Unless special tracking-techniques are used, a web server that serves many requests at the same time cannot know if those requests come from different users, or from a single user performing multiple requests. Using an IP address to is particularly useless when NAT-based…

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Oct 31
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

<?

/*
Plugin Name: HTMLTaintCheck
Plugin URI: http://www.seoegghead.com/
Description: Checks for suspicious links in posts. MAKE SURE TO REPLACE YOUR
EMAIL ADDRESS IN THE CODE BELOW — ALSO ONLY LEAVE THIS ON TO CHECK, THEN TURN IT BACK OFF!!!

Author: Jaimie Sirovich
Version: 0.1
Author URI: http://www.seoegghead.com/
*/ 

if (true) {
  
check_posts();
}

function check_posts()
{    

    global $wpdb$table_prefix;

    $items $wpdb->get_results("

        SELECT post_title, ID, post_name, post_content

        FROM {$table_prefix}posts

        WHERE TRUE
    ");    
    
    
$copy ";
    
    foreach (
$items as $i) {
        if (
preg_match('#adshelper|softicana#i'$i->post_content)) {
            
$copy .= $i->ID ' ' "IS SUSPICIOUS.\r\n";
        } else {
            
$copy .= $i->ID ' ' "OK.\r\n";
        }
    }
    
    
mail('YOUREMAIL@ADDRESS.com', 'test', $copy);    
}

?>

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Oct 31
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Author:
Jaimie Sirovich

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Excerpt: Update: WP developers are looking into this now . . . The current version of WordPress (also 2.1-2.3.1 verified so far) is apparently vulnerable to an HTML-tainting attack. I first noticed it on this blog in the next-to-top post. I've actually been on a vacation of sorts, but I monitor changes to my web site carefully. WordPress.org has been notified, but I feel that releasing only the existence of the potential vulnerability is ethical. I have also created a a tool to audit for this attack (see "How Do You Know If You're Affected?" below). Others'…

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Oct 31
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