In this lunchtime WPQuickies, I’ll run through some ways to get back into WordPress if you find yourself locked out. ????
Remember to use these tips only in “White Hat” mode!
In this lunchtime WPQuickies, I’ll run through how to set up Wordfence properly for your WordPress website.
Password management guru Bill Burr says we’re all doing passwords wrongly. He regrets his advice of 15 years ago. Find out why?
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.
There’s new malware out there targeting WordPress, Joomla and Drupal sites. Nulled scripts with CryptoPHP malware. Read all about it and how to secure your site against it.
WordPress has released 4.0.1 as a security update addressing issues with the CMS core. This is a critical update so upgrade today.
WordPress security double whammy! Open SSL Heartbleed vulnerability and exploits in the JetPack plugin. Read how to fix the problems & secure your website.
Slides from the WordPress Sydney meetup group talk on WordPress Security Best Practices.
Over the past couple of weeks we’ve seen a huge increase in attacks on WordPress websites from automated bot-nets. The “brute-force” attack is on-going and many hosting providers are having to put measures in place to mitigate any potential breaches.
Displaying the WordPress version number in your website’s source code may help hackers target exploits. Remove it today!
Sometimes you need a high level of security for your WordPress website. Did you know you can force WordPress to use SSL?
WordPress can sometimes be over helpful such as telling you either your username or password was incorrect at login. Here’s how to remove that info.