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Sunday, January 29, 2017 12:43 PM

Depending on what the "source" is, it appears that DNN 9.0.1 was released either 11 days ago, or 3 days ago.

So which is it, 11 or 3? Who cares, let's just go over some of the basics of what the release covers.

First off, there are a number of security updates in this release, primarily around API security.

Chris Hammond
Thursday, January 05, 2017 6:32 PM

DNN9 appears to be an evolutionary leap forward for the DotNetNuke CMS, but while there are many advances, there are some big misses of features that somehow got left behind, or at least hidden away so that finding them for someone who isn’t a DNN expert (such as myself, if I do say so) is impossible, unless of course you read this blog, then you’ll be on your way to utilizing DNN9 in ways that the average Joe could only hope to.

Chris Hammond
Thursday, January 05, 2017 6:12 PM

I woke up this snowy January morning with email from my most excellent web hosting company (www.appliedi.net) letting me know that my database server was almost out of hard drive space. Thanks for the heads up to the AppliedI team!

My first thought was “How is that possible?” I was just on the server in the past couple of days doing all my DNN9 upgrades, and there were 20 gigs of free space not 4 days ago. With a quick check I found that one of the databases was 9gb. 4 days ago that database was <250mb.

Chris Hammond
Monday, January 02, 2017 2:45 PM
If you are having problems adding Pages in DNN 9, read this blog post. I recently upgraded all of my sites to DNN 9, the most recent one being upgraded last night. This morning I wake up to an email from a client of mine reporting a problem with adding pages in one of their sites that they also upgraded to DNN recently. I read through their email, and decide that I’ll look into their issue a bit later, have an itch to scratch on one of my own websites, so I’ll get to them later (sorry client).
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Tuesday, November 22, 2016 11:30 AM

This morning we received an email from leo-wood - domaincop.net with the following information in it

Dear Domain Owner,

Our system has detected that your domain: DOMAINREMOVED is being used for spamming and spreading malware recently.
You can download the detailed abuse report of your domain along with date/time of incidents. LINK REMOVED

We have also provided detailed instruction on how to delist your domain from our blacklisting.

Please download the report immediately and take proper action within 24 hours otherwise your domain will be suspended permanently.

There is also possibility of legal action depend on severity and persistence of your abuse case.

Three Simple Steps:
1. Download your abuse report.
2. Check your domain abuse incidents along with date and time.
3. Take few simple steps for prevention and to avoid domain suspension.

LINK REMOVED

Please look into it and contact us.


Best Regards,
Domain Abuse Admin
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Tel.: (139) 729-59-00

From my research, this appears to be 100% fake, if you receive similar emails from domaincop.net please do not click on any of the links!

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