It seems like the whole world has started to focus on hardware security lately, but there are still plenty of reasons to keep your software up to date. Two of them applied to our service this month.
We’ve had a pretty productive month. New sites are getting completed, we’re taking over a blog for our favorite author, and we’ve cleaned up a whole lot of baby-related messes. Also, we seem to have redesigned our primary sites… again. Pretty much par for the course at PureNyx.
It’s been a good while since we published a Miscellany. That’s what happens when a family business has a baby! PureNyx kept the lights on, but we decided to cut down on some of our outreach. Despite that, we managed to actually grow a bit during interim! (No… that’s NOT a pregnancy joke.) Thankfully, things are settling down for us and little Hunter Kenneth Cooper. Sort of.
Web design business rolled on. Statistics proved that we’d made a correct assumption about out e-commerce suite, a poorly written manual led to a few hundred million plugin updates, and we inch ever closer to replacing ourselves with the next big thing.
tl;dr – We’re encrypting access to our admin dashboard, some more outdated plugins bit the dust this month, and PureNyx is happy about the FCC’s action on Net Neutrality.