WP security tips


22 May: WordPress Security vs DIY

WordPress Security is one of those topics that divide people into three separate groups: some people enjoy outsourced services, some people really enjoy saving a few bucks by doing it themselves and some business owners simply just don’t mind. Let’s see how this decision affects their business in short and…


17 May: Update your browser

Security: Newer browsers protect you better against viruses, scams and other threats. Outdated browsers are slow and have security holes. Speed: Every new browser generation improves speed. Even minor updates can make a considerable difference to speed factors. Technological compatibility: Modern websites are taking advantages of all the new features…


01 Feb: Target Remote Code Execution

name: WordPress REST API Vulnerability officially announced: FEBRUARY 1, 2017 Security Risk: Severe Exploitation Level: Easy/Remote DREAD Score: 9/10 Vulnerability: Privilege Escalation + Content Injection Patched Version: WordPress 4.7.2 what: This privilege escalation vulnerability affects the WordPress REST API that was recently added and enabled by default on WordPress 4.7.0….


24 Mar: This can be easily avoided

Infected code is loaded onto computers from the internet via the web browser, often unknown to the user, when they visit an infected website. These malware programs change browser settings, alter system files and create new default webpages. Typically, malware collects personal information or renders computer unusable. Several malware programs…