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5 Reasons the Digital Advertising Industry Is Lost

Written on
February 3rd 2014
Author
Jim Moar

ADOTAS – Digital advertising, with all of its data and analytics, was supposed to be a utopia for tracking, measuring, and optimizing ad value. We have a long ways to go and the challenge is increasing every day.  Digital advertisers now find themselves stuck between flawed paradigms and crumbling methodologies, ... more...

Blogshare: Everything That’s Wrong With Twitter’s Two-Factor Authentication Set-Up

Written on
May 29th 2013
Author
Adotas

ADOTAS (via Digital Trends) – After much ado, Twitter finally rolled out two-factor authentication. The AP hack that gave Wall Street a good scare may have been the final straw; unfortunately as much as you’d like this two-factor authentication update to keep your accounts secure and safe from hackers, there are ... more...

UPDATE: Malware Attack Permanently Shuts Down OpenX OnRamp

Written on
February 12th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

Publishers and advertisers who used OpenX’s free, open-source OnRamp service are left scrambling to find alternatives after hackers infected the ad server with malware over the weekend and forced the company to permanently shut it down today. Users were first notified of the issue in a message posted on the OpenX help ... more...

#tangodown or Not, We Were Left with NoDaddy

Written on
September 10th 2012
Author
Mike Daly

GoDaddy is now stating that its server crash yesterday was “not caused by external influences,” but rather “a series of internal network events that corrupted router data tables.” The company’s statement leaves many of us to wonder today whether AnonymousOwn3r is A) an exceptionally gifted hacker;  B) a clairvoyant; C) a social-media opportunist/narcissist ... more...

Hackers Target Facebook Over Data Collection

Written on
August 11th 2011
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – Batten the hatches, Facebook! Apparently hacker collective Anonymous — which rapped up all kinds of media attention last year for DDoS attacks on the websites of MasterCard, PayPal, Amazon and others — wants to make sure the social network remembers, remembers the fifth of November. That’s the ... more...

iPhones Turn Into Sinking Bricks

Written on
September 28th 2007
Author
Sarah Novotny

Apple Inc. has issued a software update that has created problems for iPhone users who have devices modified to work with mobile networks other than AT&T. The company warned customers that the update that offers fixes for security flaws and allows access to iTunes Wi-Fi Store could disable phones not under ... more...