If you’re worried about the ekotalk ASP.NET vulnerability or the automated padding oracle attacks with padbuster, worry no-more the fix is pretty simple. DotNetNuke is affected simply because it is an ASP.NET application too although I doubt that the dire predictions made by the so called hack are really that bad. Nevertheless, here’s how to fix it.
Will Strohl has an opinion about everything. I used to read his blog regularly. Then he came to California. And started acting weird. Like playing foosball and stuff and not meeting up and spoiling the parties and all! What? No meet-up yet? Hey, so I’ll write exact opposite of what he writes, with my own opinionated opinion. Like it or not, here are top ten reasons not to ever use the portals to install an additional website on a DNN installation.
How much is insight worth to you? Most people would say “plenty” yet all that they’ve done in the way of getting it is the free Google Analytics. Understanding what users do at your websites should be as much of a priority as much is building and providing the content/products/whatever it is you do. Unfortunately relying on Google Analytics gives you too few insights and too late to be of any use.
As a follow up to my presentation on Dotnetnuke module development at BayDug last month, everyone’s suggestion was to put up the template on codeplex or snowcovered. So here it is.
The C# DNN Module Development template for Visual Studio 2010 is now available for use by everyone and here’s how to use it!
Thanks to Chris Hammond who moved to Bay Area recently we now have a budding DotNetNuke User Group community in our very own backyard – the Silicon Valley. With a guest visit from Joe Brinkman, co-founder of DNN Corp, lots of pizzas and sodas in between some awesome presentations on jQuery (by Joe) and new DNN features (by Chris), how was I supposed to keep away from clicking a few pictures?
How does somebody package a DNN module? Login as host, go to Module Definitions, hit Edit on the module you want to package and voila, there’s a Create Package button!
How do you create a package from command line? Or, how do you create a package that contains multiple packages? I have to admit, I couldn’t Google enough to find a solution. So, here it goes.
I’ve never hosted with PowerDNN. I have no idea why their services are so -- “Expensive.” I also hate spammers. And scammers. So tell me people; what is it that I have missed about PowerDNN? Is it a ripoff? What’s with all the TVs and Giveaways spamming my DNN search tabs on twitter? Are people really stupid? Or is it just me? Updated.
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