How to Setup an Outlook.com Account with Microsoft Outlook 2010, 2007, 2003

You can manage your Outlook.com email account in Microsoft Outlook 2010, Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 or Microsoft Office Outlook 2003. First, install the Outlook Hotmail Connector. Then, manually configure the Outlook Hotmail Connector to connect to your outlook.com email account.  Outlook 2010 To configure an outlook.com email account in Microsoft Outlook 2010, follow these steps: Install the Outlook Hotmail Connector, (if you have not already installed it), you can install it from the following Microsoft website: http://goo.gl/fRd6lH Manually configure your @outlook.com account by following these steps: In Outlook, click Info on the File menu, and then click Add Account. Click Manually configure server settings or additional server types, and then click Next. Click Other, click Microsoft Outlook Hotmail Connector, and then click Next. Enter your name, email address, and password, and then click OK. When the confirmation dialog appears, click Finish.Note:[email protected] and @live.com are automatically configured when you use the Outlook Hotmail Connector.   Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2003 To configure an outlook.com email account in Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2003, follow these steps: Install the Outlook Hotmail Connector, (if you have not already installed it), from the following Microsoft website: http://goo.gl/fRd6lH Manually configure your @outlook.com account by following these steps: In Outlook, click the Outlook Connector menu, and then click Add a New Account. Enter your name, email address, and password, and then click OK.  ...

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How Secure are Creative Design Ink’s Websites

Since we are leveraging our strengths to use premium themes, one of our main concern (and our clients too) is security.  One of the leading security/vulnerability/exploit expert for WordPress site security is Sucuri.  They are one of those who keeps online websites a safer place to surf and visit. Here’s an excerpt from Nick Roach… The audit is far from a promotion guff, in fact we spend a lot of time and money on professional security reviews for our themes. Sucuri breaks their review into two categories – a line-by-line Code Audit, and a Vulnerability Assessment. The Vulnerability Assessment is a human driven inspection of the technology guided by Sucuri’s vast experience with WordPress-related security flaws. The process includes testing for vulnerabilities at various access levels, including: • Basic Remote Testing: This is where users with no log in access attempts to exploit the theme. • Low Privileged Remote Testing: This is where users assigned low roles have the ability to 
increase their access. • Local Attacks: Users with low access to the server are able to use the theme to increase 
administrative access to the server. • Admin Attacks: Focus is on identifying potential Cross Site Request Forgery (XSRF) and Cross-Site 
Scripting (XSS) potentials while using the administrator role For each of the core areas described above Sucuri focuses on some of the most prevalent security flaws, such as: • Remote or local file includes vulnerabilities • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) • SQL Injections The next phase, the Code Audit, consists of a thorough line-by-line review of the theme. This phase focuses on problems such as: • Concurrency problems • Flawed business logic • Access control problems • Cryptographic weaknesses • Backdoors, Trojans • Time Bombs • Logic Bombs • Input validation issues • Check Error Handling • Cross-Site Scripting • SQL Injection • Cross Site Request Forgery Their auditing procedure is developed based on OWASP guidelines and is tailored to WordPress...

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