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RMLD Launches New MobileFriendly Website

first_imgREADING, MA — Reading Municipal Light Department (RMLD) is pleased to announce the launch of its new mobile-friendly website. The site, which went live on June 1, 2018, also offers improved navigation and search functionality, and is intended to provide customers a more user-friendly online experience. RMLD’s web address remains www.rmld.com.RMLD’s website contains information on RMLD programs and events, energy efficiency tips, and allows customers to pay their electric bill, report an outage, sign up for service, and more.To further improve operating efficiency and customer communication, RMLD is implementing an Outage Management System (OMS) within the next few months. Once implemented, customers will be able to access an outage map through RMLD.com to get real time information and updates on area outages. A customer notification system that sends specific outage information to affected areas via multiple channels such as phone, text, and email is also being evaluated and is expected to be implemented within the next two years.(NOTE: The above press release is from RMLD.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSAVE THE DATE: RMLD To Hold Family-Friendly Open House On October 10In “Community”RMLD Cuts Ribbon For New Battery Energy Storage SystemIn “Government”RMLD Invites Customers To Attend Free Electric Car Show In Wilmington On September 15In “Community”last_img read more

2 killed as gunman takes hostages in France

first_imgPolice are seen at the scene of a hostage situation in a supermarket in Trebes, Aude, France 23 March, 2018 in this picture obtained from a social media video. Photo: ReutersAt least two people were killed after a gunman claiming allegiance to the Islamic State group opened fire and took hostages at a supermarket in southwest France on Friday.A security source said the two were killed in the attack at a Super U store in the town of Trebes.Armed police were also responding to the earlier shooting of a policeman in the town of Carcassonne, 15 minutes drive away, which took place at around 11 am (1000 GMT).It was unclear if the two incidents were linked.In Trebes, a picturesque medieval town of around 5,000 people, the man “entered the Super U supermarket at around 11.15 am and shots were heard,” a source told AFP on condition of anonymity.A witness reported he shouted “Allahu Akbar” (God is greatest) before going into the premises, the source added.- Site off-limits -The gunman claimed allegiance to the Islamic State group, the local prosecutor’s office said, and the incident was being treated as a terror attack.Local authorities tweeted that the area around the supermarket was off-limits to the public, while Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said it was a “serious” incident.The shootings come with France still on high alert after a string of jihadist attacks since 2015, starting in January that year with the assault on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo that left 12 people dead.France also suffered major attacks in Paris in November 2015 when IS jihadists killed 130 people in bombings and shootings at bars, restaurants, the Bataclan concert venue and the national stadium.In July 2016, in another attack claimed by IS, a man drove a truck through revellers celebrating Bastille Day in the Riviera resort of Nice, killing 84 people.A state of emergency put in place just after the Paris attacks was finally lifted in October last year, but soldiers continue to patrol major tourist sites and transport hubs under an anti-terror mission.If the link to Islamic State is confirmed, the hostage-taking would be the first deadly attack in France since October, when two young women were stabbed to death outside Marseille’s main train station.Interior Minister Gerard Collomb was heading to the scene, he wrote on Twitter.The area of southwest France where Friday’s shootings took place has been scarred by Islamic extremism before.In 2012, Mohamed Merah shot dead seven people including three Jewish schoolchildren in the nearby city of Toulouse.last_img read more

These Plugins Can Boost Traffic to Your Blog

first_img Register Now » All-In-One SEO: must have for search-friendly SEO sites All-In-One Webmaster: central place to manage the top three Akismet: get API key from WordPress.com Broken Link Checker: manage/track broken links CBnet Ping Optimizer: manage ping systems naturally Google XML Sitemaps: automatically generate XML sitemaps Fast and Secure Contact Form: easy form for contact forms, etc. Simple Captcha: challenge/response test tool for varied uses WordPress Database Backup: say no more! WP Super Cache: generate static HTML pages for fast loading FBShare: Facebook share button Socialize: actionable social bookmarks to your posts WP Security Scan: make sure you’re compliant RSS Footer: add small text to the bottom of each RSS Disqus Comment System: powerful commenting system and management Cookies for Comments: spam checker for comments Google Analyticator or Ultimate Google Analytics: enabling javascript tracking for Google Analytics Find more information about who to connect with on Twollow.com, Twibs.com and Twellow.com (the Twitter Yellow Pages). Reach out and comment; make intelligent posts. Eventually, ask to guest post, and continue the conversation. That’s what blogging and social media is about: listening, engaging, and sharing. You should engage in the blog communities that you are promoting within, but do not push too hard. You can find blogs that very likely have links that follow back (no rel=nofollow) at: 5 min read April 8, 2014 In his book Ultimate Guide to Optimizing Your Website, SEO and online marketing expert Jon Rognerud shows you how to build a high-performance website and get top ranking on all search engines. In this edited excerpt, the author explains why starting a blog can help you bring in the traffie you’re seeking.One of the fastest ways to build traffic to your site with minimal effort is to create a blog. You should also learn to optimize your blog using custom plugins. They’re easy to use and very powerful.You can start a blog for free by visiting WordPress.com, or if you’re self-hosting, which is recommended, install the free version from WordPress.org. You can then build content yourself or outsource the writing to a ghostwriter. The content doesn’t have to be long. A short post of 100 to 200 words is acceptable to start. Try to make it useful, link to other resources, and show attribution with a link where obvious. Testing and monitoring is key.Blogs are a great way to naturally attract search engine traffic. Most of the time, blogs already have optimized site architecture, clear navigation and the innate potential for good linking. Intelligently linking your site to a well-created blog can increase your traffic. In fact, blogs can get so well indexed that you have the potential to show up for any number of four-word phrases relevant to your industry, if done correctly.Try to use a keyword for each of your posts that gets a moderate level of targeted traffic. If you’re already inside your blog post, you can use the SEO Blogger tool from the makers of Wordtracker. It installs quickly into your Firefox browser, and you launch from an icon directly on the browser. The tool will show you how many times a word is used, percentages, and more. It’s easy to use.It might not bring the most traffic, but it often brings the most profit through more subscribers and sales. If possible, narrow the scope of your blog discussion to a two- or three-word phrase that has a high yield of traffic yet little competition. Set up your blog to repeat keywords that you want to target just enough times to establish a theme. You can take full advantage of this in your post titles, category names and the pages’ URL names. All those link-backs will contain the keyword term you want the most attention for. This can work like magic, and with the updated speed of indexing, you’ll likely see your post show up in search results quickly. Be sure to post in a timely fashion. You can get better results by updating or sharing socially just once during one of the three best times of the day: early in the morning, at least before noon or late at night. Monitoring when the search engine’s crawlers visit your site can help as well. You can increase the number of crawler visits by blogging on the time or period they come to your site. The more you post, the more the crawlers have to go through your content. This could cause the crawler to split its job into several visits, whereupon you have even more content.Using PluginsListed below is the ultimate plugin list for maximum traffic and search-friendly blogs. Just search for these in Google, and add the “wordpress plugins” to the query. Log in to your WordPress admin area, expand the “Plugins” section, and add them via the “Add New” button.  Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. CommentHunt.com FollowList.comlast_img read more

US Postal Service patches an API exploit that impacted 60 million USPS

first_imgEarly this week, the U.S.Postal Service patched an API exploit that could allow users with an account on USPS.com to view other users’ account details and also modify account details on their behalf. This exploit had an impact on 60 million USPS users. KrebsOnSecurity was contacted last week by a researcher who discovered the problem, but who asked to remain anonymous. According to KrebsOnSecurity, “The researcher said he informed the USPS about his finding more than a year ago yet never received a response. After confirming his findings, KrebsOnSecurity contacted the USPS, which promptly addressed the issue.” The problem was discovered from an authentication weakness in a USPS Web component- API, which was a part of the USPS “Informed Visibility” program designed to help mail senders with near real-time tracking data. According to KrebsOnSecurity, “the flaw let any logged-in usps.com user query the system for account details belonging to any other users, such as email address, username, user ID, account number, street address, phone number, authorized users, mailing campaign data and other information.” “Many of the API’s features accepted ‘wildcard’ search parameters, meaning they could be made to return all records for a given data set without the need to search for specific terms. No special hacking tools were needed to pull this data, other than knowledge of how to view and modify data elements processed by a regular Web browser like Chrome or Firefox”, according to KrebsOnSecurity. Nicholas Weaver, a researcher at the International Computer Science Institute and lecturer at UC Berkeley, said, “This is not even Information Security 101, this is Information Security 1, which is to implement access control. It seems like the only access control they had in place was that you were logged in at all. And if you can access other people’s data because they aren’t enforcing access controls on reading that data, it’s catastrophically bad and I’m willing to bet they’re not enforcing controls on writing to that data as well.” Following this flaw, the USPS included a validation step to prevent unauthorized changes. If anyone tries to modify the email address associated with a user’s USPS account via the API, a confirmation message will be sent to the email address tied to that account. KrebsOnSecurity states, “It does not appear USPS account passwords were exposed via this API, although KrebsOnSecurity conducted only a very brief and limited review of the API’s rather broad functionality before reporting the issue to the USPS. The API at issue resides here; a copy of the API prior to its modification on Nov. 20 by the USPS is available here as a text file.” Robert Hansen, chief technology officer at Bit Discovery, a security firm in Austin, Texas, said, “This could easily be leveraged to build up mass targeted spam or spear phishing. It should have been protected via authentication and validated against the logged in user in question.” In a statement shared with KrebsOnSecurity, the USPS said it currently has no information that this vulnerability was leveraged to exploit customer records, and that the information shared with the USPS allowed it to quickly mitigate the vulnerability. Here’s the rest of their statement: “Computer networks are constantly under attack from criminals who try to exploit vulnerabilities to illegally obtain information.  Similar to other companies, the Postal Service’s Information Security program and the Inspection Service uses industry best practices to constantly monitor our network for suspicious activity.” “Any information suggesting criminals have tried to exploit potential vulnerabilities in our network is taken very seriously. Out of an abundance of caution, the Postal Service is further investigating to ensure that anyone who may have sought to access our systems inappropriately is pursued to the fullest extent of the law.” To know more about this news in detail, visit KrebsOnSecurity website. Read Next Linux 4.20 kernel slower than its previous stable releases, Spectre flaw to be blamed, according to Phoronix Microsoft fixes 62 security flaws on Patch Tuesday and re-releases Windows 10 version 1809 and Windows Server 2019 Final release for macOS Mojave is here with new features, security changes and a privacy flawlast_img read more

Win a trip for two with new agent contest from Exodus

first_imgTags: Contests, Exodus Travels Win a trip for two with new agent contest from Exodus Posted by Share TORONTO — Agents can win a self-guided adventure for two with the latest update to the Exodus Expert Program.Aiming to reward hardworking agents who bring unique travel experiences to their clients, Exodus is offering agents who complete the expert program and earn the Self-Guided Badge an automatic entry into the contest “and the opportunity to go their own way”.Exodus has over 115 self-guided walking or cycling adventures to choose from, showcasing Europe’s lesser known backroads, wine trails, waterways and coastal routes for travellers who want to go at their own pace.The Self-Guided Contest for Agents runs from Sept. 17 until Nov 15 and is open to agents in Canada and the U.S.Agents who visit exodus-expert.com and complete the training program will have their names automatically entered for the chance to win a trip for two on a self-guided trip. The trip is valued at US$4,000. The winner will be randomly selected on Nov.16.center_img << Previous PostNext Post >> Monday, September 17, 2018 Travelweek Group last_img read more