Don’t want to update to WordPress 5.0 yet? Here’s how to update WordPress 4.9.x version branch when the dashboard only gives an option to update to 5.0.x
PHP 5 Support Expires December 2018. If you don’t upgrade to PHP 7, your site could be at risk of being hacked!
There’s a myth that changing the WordPress default table prefix will enhance your site’s security. It does not! In fact it can be dangerous to do so.
We have started to notice WordPress websites being injected with cryptocurrency miners as a malware attack. Is this the new preferred attack method?
Should you secure your site by deactivating the XML-RPC service? It may come at a cost to your website! Let’s find out some more.
Web security should be a priority for any website owner. Here are some reasons why.
Starting this October 2017 the Chrome browser version 62 will start to mark all non secure web pages as “Not Secure” in the browser address bar. Get your site ready for SSL now.
Password management guru Bill Burr says we’re all doing passwords wrongly. He regrets his advice of 15 years ago. Find out why?
Beware of fake domain name phishing attacks using English looking unicode character domain names on Chrome and Firefox browsers. Security severity is HIGH.
A vulnerability in the WordPress REST API is being exploited by hackers to deface and remote execute scripts on sites running WordPress 4.7 adn 4.7.1. The issue has been fixed in version 4.7.2.