List was one of my pet projects for 12 years, after initially developing it for Premier Model Management in 2003.

imagefolioIt went through 3 versions, with the last being an off the shelf product, a self customisable system that talent agencies could set up instantly, taking monthly credit card payments online. The systems management pages were developed to be as intuitive and fast to use as possible, leveraging modern database and interface design and with no requirements for an agency beyond any browser with internet access. It was easily adapted with multiple portfolio layout and menu options, some variations were made for some clients. At it’s height there were 24 model agencies using it at one time.

If you are interested in reviving the project, please let me know.


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October 8th, 2015

Using an SMTP mail relay to secure a network

Small businesses with Exchange Server or other mail servers tend to have their mail server physically located in their office […]

June 10th, 2015

Hacking the Hackers

Well not quite hacking as most people think of it, but technically it is, and it’s great. There is a common […]

June 2nd, 2015

Switching a WordPress site over to HTTPS/SSL, the official hosted version of WordPress have switched over to enforcing SSL, while this is mostly a political statement, […]

May 7th, 2015

Local man tricks upto 2000 boys into exposing themselves online

I don’t think kids are getting the message, allowing anything that you would not be comfortable for your mother to […]

April 15th, 2015

Critical Vulnerability in Windows IIS – HTTP.sys PoC (MS15-034)

From Microsofts warning is not clear what the vulnerability is, but you can see that this is critical, and the […]

March 8th, 2015

DDoS on WordPress using the search feature

This fairly low tech DDoS can easily take down an under resourced WordPress website, what you will see in your […]

February 18th, 2015

Setting up a Simple VPN Server

VPN offer far more security than the proxy servers which most people are used to using, when using commercial paid for […]

January 25th, 2015

Cyberwar on free speech and small businesses

The last month has seen an major increase in international cyber warfare, first we had North Korea hacking Sony, apart […]

January 17th, 2015

AntiCrawler, referrer spam turned nasty

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December 21st, 2014

Fake GoDaddy DNS Notifications

Only last week I posted about another phishing scam targeting GoDaddy clients, this client only just bought his first domain […]

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