Content Management Systems (CMS) may not be the most interesting topic on the tech table, but oh boy does WordPress liven things up in this sector. Not, it has to be said, always in a good way. I've lost count of the number of WordPress vulnerability stories that I've read over this last 12 months, and have even written a few myself. of course, more often than not [it isn't WordPress itself that is the problem](http://www.itpro.co.uk/security/24163/the-wordpress-cms-isnt-insecure-you-are) but one of the gazillion plug-ins that are out there and being used to customize it and add functionality. There was the [SoakSoak malware](https://www.daniweb.com/web-development/php/news/489065/kings-of-google-gun-for-supersoaker-soaksoak-wordpress-malware-warning) …

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Dear firnds, I want to upload my php Forms and database...I am using godaddy.com i have my login and pwd.... I uploaded Survey project Php files and database.please,check my conn.php file code is below <?php $username="mydbphp@182.50.131.34"; $password=""; $server="166.62.8.51"; $db="mydbphp"; $conn=new mysqli($server,$username,$password,$db); if(!$conn){ echo "Connection not established"; } ?> please, suggest me..

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Dear friends, I am developin g online survey form. Please, suggest me i have a question.and three options for answer.for example-: What is your favirite Country? A-Pakistan B-India C-USA now i put redio buttons against them.Users will come and vote for countries. and he can view result after vote that which country got more voteI just want to know how add +1 to to that country database record? Answer form code is below-: <h1 style="background: #97E2E1; width: 30%">Answer Section</h1> <?PHP $sql="SELECT * FROM qtab ORDER BY Qid DESC Limit 1"; $result=$conn->query($sql); if(!$result){ die($conn->error); } While($row=$result->fetch_assoc()){ echo "<BR>"."Question: ".$row["Question"]." ?"."<BR>"."<BR>"; ?> …

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#QUESTION ONE person = input('Please enter your name:') print('Hello', person,'. How are you today?') #QUESTION TWO emotion = input('Please enter happy, sad or neither:') if emotion == 'happy': print('Well, it is great to hear that you are so chipper',person,'! Shall we continue?') else: print('Sorry to hear that. Hopefully we can help to cheer you up',person,'!') print('Okay, just a few more questions before we make a few recommendations on how to make your life more awesome!') #QUESTION THREE gender = input('Write M if you are a male or F if you are a female:') #QUESTION FOUR DOB = input('Please enter your …

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If a week is a long time in politics, then 24 hours is an absolute age in ecommerce security terms. Which make the findings of a Tripwire survey, published today, all the more worrying. The survey, conducted by Atomic Research, questioned 102 financial organizations and 151 retail organizations which process card payments in the United Kingdom. It has concluded that 35% of organisations takes two or three days to detect a breach, with 44% admitting they could protect customer data better. This gets more worrying when you realise that 24% had already been victims of a data breach which saw …

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Discount coupons are OK, but consumers consider drive-by location marketing an invasion of privacy. That's the warning message that research across four countries (US, UK, Mexico and India) by ISACA would appear to be flagging loud and clear to retailers wanting to maximise the marketing potential of customers with smartphones. ![9e672bce476015a5b10a7af7765c1643](/attachments/small/0/9e672bce476015a5b10a7af7765c1643.jpg "align-right") ISACA, which specialises in helping business get the most value while managing risk related to information and technology, asked more than 4,000 consumers about their holiday season shopping habits and their opinions on privacy. This revealed that shoppers in India and the UK were the most resistant to …

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When participants of a recent study were asked to share sensitive information on two different online surveys -- one designed to look unprofessional and the other backed by a major university -- the participants were more likely to share private information on the unprofessional-looking site.[ATTACH]16892[/ATTACH]Researchers from Carnegie Mellon released yesterday some of their [URL="http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2010-08/uocp-wdc082410.php"]findings[/URL], which will be published in the Journal of Consumer Research. The study found that "many consumers need help recognizing when their privacy is compromised," according to the release. "How can we make sense of the contradictory attitudes that individuals display toward privacy—from the seemingly reckless willingness …

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Hi, we, the Software Engineering Group at Trier University (Germany), are currently conducting a survey on the use of sketches and diagrams in software development. We want to gain deeper insights into the work of software practitioners (developers, testers, architects, etc.) to call attention to their actual work practices, which we think is rarely done in academic research. It is difficult for us to reach software practitioners, therefore I post my call for participation here. Our short online survey (5-10 minutes) is available here: http://www.st.uni-trier.de/survey/ We can also discuss how and why you create and use sketches and diagrams when …

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The whole culture of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the workplace has reignited the mobile device security debate. Although there are many ways to protect data, the first line of defence when a mobile device (be it a tablet or smartphone) is lost or stolen is almost always going to be a password of some kind. I'm not going to get into the relative merits of PINs and passwords against more robust methods of data protection, that's for another time, instead let's just focus on the use of passwords. Have you ever wondered how many people are actually using …

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# Need your help! - Masters thesis / research paper # ## Hi there, ## within the final stage of my masters thesis I need to conduct a survey concerning "Advertising Appeal for Corporate Websites". I would appreciate your participation in my online survey/questionnaire. The reason for this survey is to investigate how complex a website has to be to be most attractive to a customer/user. It would be very nice if you attend to this survey! ## Please, just follow the link down below: ## http://mls.wiwi.tu-dresden.de/websites Of course your data will be taken very confidential and no inferences will …

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A new survey of 1000 commuters in London has revealed that, for a surprisingly large number of people, losing Internet access is more stressful than having no heating or water. Some 38% of those asked said that they would most stressed by a lack of Internet access at home, compared to only 32% with water loss and 18% no heating. The Internet isn't the only thing people worry about losing though, cash (46%) was top of concern list. Interestingly while a third were worried about losing their personal mobile phone, only %5 could care less about losing their work mobile. …

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A new survey commissioned by IT solutions specialist GFI Software concludes that, for the vast majority of workers in the small to medium-sized business (SMB) sector at least, the conventional nine-to-five/five day working week is dead; and right there holding the smoking gun is email. The survey, independently conducted and blind, of 500 employees within the UK SMB workspace, looked at work-related email habits around usage both during the accepted working day and after hours. Although, having looked closely at the results of the survey, the truth of the matter is that the boundaries between work and home have become …

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An incredible 69% of IT Administrators are so stressed at work that they have seriously considered changing career as a result, according to a new survey from GFI Software. The 'IT Admin Stress Survey' also revealed that 34% of IT Administrators will work overtime equivalent to an additional 12 weeks each year, and that's without any additional pay for their troubles. ![adminstress](/attachments/small/0/adminstress.jpg "align-right") Asking 201 UK-based IT Administrators working at businesses of between 10 and 500 employees, the survey found that 66% of those questioned considered their jobs just as stressful, or more stressful, when compared to others in their …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]22083[/ATTACH]In an unusual take on the usual 'my smartphone is better than your smartphone' debate, a new survey has revealed that when it comes to the amount of time we spend using our handset of choice, iPhone users are the biggest addicts. So addicted, in fact, that many iPhone users cannot bear to be parted from their smartphone no matter where they are: and that includes the loo. According to digital banking provider Intelligent Environments which commissioned YouGov to undertake the research of British smartphone users last month, some 43 percent of iPhone users spend more than two hours a …

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A recent survey, conducted by IT risk management specialists nCircle, suggests that as many as 50% of IT security professionals think that the organisations they work for are a potential target for state-sponsored hackers. A number that Tim Keanini, nCircle Chief Research officer, thinks is rather on the low side in reality. "The number of organizations that are potential targets for state-sponsored cyber attacks is probably much higher than 50%, because if attackers can’t break into a targeted organization, they will go after partners and suppliers" Keanini insists, adding "Frankly, I’m surprised that the level of paranoia among information security …

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It's never easy calculating the true cost of inadequate security to business, not least as there are so many variables and such reticence when it comes to full disclosure for fear of brand damage. However, the latest [Information Security Breaches Survey](http://www.pwc.co.uk/audit-assurance/publications/uk-information-security-breaches-survey-results-2012.jhtml) (ISBS) from PwC/Infosecurity Europe has had a good bash at it, at least as far as the UK is concerned, and the answer is breathtakingly big: billions of pounds. And that was just last year! ![dweb-secreport](/attachments/small/0/dweb-secreport.jpg "align-right") According to the survey which investigated a total of 447 UK-based businesses, the number of large enterprises being hacked into is at …

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The results of a new security survey, which asked some 6,000 people across Europe questions about cybercrime, would appear to suggest that nearly everyone (88% of respondents in fact) is some kind of online victim. Have things really got this bad, or is it just another case of the security industry painting a very dark picture in order to drive demand for IT security solutions and services? Well let's take a look at the results of that survey which was carried out by security vendor Sitecom. I can understand fully that the 73% of people 'concerned about their security online' …

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The world's largest digital jobs survey, using data extracted from more than 230,000 jobs posted to The Freelancer.co.uk site, reveals some interesting hiring trends in the developer sector. ![dweb-androidapps](/attachments/small/0/dweb-androidapps.jpg "align-right") According to the latest Freelancer Fast 50 survey, if you are a mobile apps developer than it's pretty good news overall with job offers in both Android and iOS marketplaces on the up. However, Android developers should have the broadest smiles on their faces after the survey showed that job offers for them were up by 16% on the previous quarter. Meanwhile, although I would hardly have used the word …

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I am trying to create a survey that displays only one question at a time. i have gotten it to show and store the question, but i cannot get to the next question in the survey. i know that once i get to the next question in the survey i can get back to the previous one, i have been stuck on this for 2 weeks. if anyone could help that would be great. here is my code. #! c:/wamp/bin/perl/bin/perl.exe use CGI; use CGI qw(:standard); use DBI; $q = new CGI; $q1 = $q->param('q1'); $q2 = $q->param('q2'); $q3 = $q->param('q3'); …

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Hello everyone! I'm doing a survey on the state of requirements engineering in the software development industry for my degree dissertation. My project is about developing a dedicated Requirements Management System. So, please drop by my questionnaire page (Google Forms) if you would like to participate. More information regarding my project can be found there. Your responses will help me develop a better and more relevant system, so I'm looking forward to them! [Questionnaire](http://bit.ly/drms-questionnaire) Thank you.

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[URL="http://www.yandex.ru/"]Yandex[/URL] is one of the leading Internet portals in Russia, and yes they do still use that terminology instead of search engine. The name itself, apparently, stands for Yet Another Indexer which is kind of apt as the company has just published the results of Yet Another iPad Survey. However, this one is a little different to your run of the mill iPad research as it is both specific to user behaviour and more precisely specific to Russian user behaviour. As such it gives us an insight into how others around the world are using their tablet devices. [ATTACH=RIGHT]24051[/ATTACH]For a …

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Hi, I am conducting some research for a possible application and need some people to fill in my questionnaire. If you could fill this in for me it would be much appreciated. It will only take 1 minute max. Thanks https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHpUYnE1RWhQcXRQNHhfQzEyZk9zYlE6MQ

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I signed up for the Google Code-In Project for OpenSUSE today, as my task is to get 20 people to fill up a survey about public opinion of OpenSUSE, Daniweb seemed a natural starting point to me due to the high density of people with computer expertise Here is the link for the survey [URL="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?hl=en_US&pli=1&formkey=dHQ4U1NnTFVBck9XTHpQZGVITGJuQmc6MQ#gid=0"]https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?hl=en_US&pli=1&formkey=dHQ4U1NnTFVBck9XTHpQZGVITGJuQmc6MQ#gid=0[/URL]. Please enter My username "genghis" and your name after you finish the survey. Thank you.

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Hi I am currently working on an honours level dissertation in the field of cloud computing and particularly the areas of online backups. To gather primary data I have put together a simple 5 min survey that should provide me with enough information to either prove or reject my hypothesis. The questions are very straight forward and not leading in any way and for this reason I will not mention their overall purpose as this could be taint the result. The only personal information that is asked for is age, as there is not correlative information collected the results are …

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The biggest heroes and villains in IT history have been revealed as the results of a new poll are published. Perhaps rather surprisingly, Steve Jobs is just as hated as Bill Gates and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is more hated than both of them. But that's just where the shock results from this particular survey start: wait until you see how people voted in the 'greatest computing hero of all time' section. [ATTACH=RIGHT]23676[/ATTACH]The poll, conducted by IT and Telecoms recruitment specialists Greythorn, asked IT professionals in the United Kingdom who they thought the most unpopular person ever in the history …

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Hi guys I am conducting a survey about the operating systems you use in programming. Can you please answer my survey? I need IT professionals to answer my survey as well. It will only take a minute. Here's the link: [URL="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/embeddedform?formkey=dGNESDZ6NVVFdTM0SVU1blJzbFVyUHc6MQ"]https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/embeddedform?formkey=dGNESDZ6NVVFdTM0SVU1blJzbFVyUHc6MQ[/URL] thank you very much!

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The media seems to have been a-buzz this week following the release of the top search terms from 14.6 million searches picked up by parental control service OnlineFamily.Norton - mainly because it 'revealed' that kids are searching for sex online. I am a parent myself, of young kids, and while of course I was shocked to discover that 7 year olds were looking for porn (and that search term was in position number 4 in the 7 and under age group according to Symantec which operates the service) I certainly would not get my knickers in a twist over finding …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]22075[/ATTACH]A new survey conducted by Newzoo for casual gaming developers PopCap Games has discovered that, as far as European gamers are concerned anyway, there simply is no one platform that is dominant. I appreciate that may come as something of a surprise when you look at the money that gets spent on console games compared to other platforms, but the fact is they split their gaming time between many different devices. The survey revealed that European gamers will split their available gaming time pretty much down the middle, allocating the same amount of playing between consoles, web-based casual gaming sites, …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]21884[/ATTACH]Users of the iPhone have stood accused of many things, from being more interested in form than function through to having more money than sense. However, the iPhone bashing has taken an unexpected turn as new research suggests that smartphone users are becoming increasingly rude both at home and in the workplace. The study of more than one thousand workers in the UK, conducted by social email provider harmon.ie, suggests that the abundance of iPhones and other "electronic devices for collaboration" is directly leading to poor office etiquette and often downright rudeness. The research revealed that 41 percent of workers …

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I'm doing research relating to honesty in the software industry. It would be a huge benefit if you'd answer the quick survey at the link below. Kind Regards! [url]http://tinyurl.com/44n2j98[/url]

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