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If you follow Internet security at all you already know this but if you don't then here's the short story...Opens external link in new windowEvery site gets hacked. The big internet sites and the little ones. If that wasn't bad enough news, the next big security risk revealed this past year was that Opens external link in new windowWiFi networks are easy targets for hacking. So how does this affect the average user of the internet? Well, if you're the type of person that likes to create unique passwords for every site you join you're on your way to some good security and privacy. But if you're the type of person that uses the same three passwords, then you've probably come up with at least five reasons you don't need to use a password manager.

1. The internet is just a series of tubes.

That's right, its a simple system and not very technical, so what if I use 1-2-3-4-5 as my password. Just because you don't understand how complex doesn't mean you should ignore the rules to best use it. For example, driving a car is a relatively simple procedure...

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I've just run into a issue with the form element on a shared host. This is the first time I've run into this and I'm sure it won't be the last. The client has been using this shared host for some time now and it is only recently that it was brought to their attention that their contact form wasn't working as expected.

The client is running the latest release of the version 4.5 branch of the TYPO3 CMS. When the form is submitted it seems to be working but no email is sent to the intended recipient. So I checked the CMS configuration and it was set to use SMTP transport and the port(25), user and password were correct. 

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