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Tag : wordpress-security
WordPress malware removal
Malware is bad for business. Learn how to scan WordPress for malware. Try these WordPress malware removal techniques to keep your site safe.
July 14, 2022
3 Website Security Threats To Look Out for in 2022
Since the shift to remote work, website security threats have been rising. Learn the top website threats to look out for in 2022 and how to prevent them.
February 16, 2022

Learn how to rebuild a WordPress site after getting hacked.

September 21, 2021
What Does PHP 5.6’s End-of-Life Mean For WordPress Users?

PHP 5.6 is the most widely used minor version of a programming language on the web. The PHP language is used on 79% of websites where the server-side language is known. PHP 5 is used on 58% of the web, and PHP 5.6 is used on around a quarter of all websites. It would not […]

January 17, 2019

If it seems as if WordPress websites are hacked more often than others, there’s some truth to that theory. WordPress vulnerabilities are common – the security firm Sucuri found that a significantly large portion of websites compromised during the first three months of 2016 ran on WordPress. Sucuri investigated 11,485 compromised sites, and 78% of […]

August 08, 2016

Passwords are an unquestionable means of defense against hackers. A compromised WordPress site can damage your clients’ business reputation — the kind of harm that takes a long time to recover from. Yet no matter how complicated you make a password (adding numbers and symbols), it’s still not the strongest form of protection. Hackers can […]

August 05, 2016
What Does PHP 7 Mean For WordPress Users And Developers?

PHP — the programming language behind WordPress, Magento, ExpressionEngine, and thousands of other applications — recently got its first major version bump in years. The move from PHP 4 to PHP 5 happened a decade ago, although the language has seen multiple minor version bumps in the intervening years, culminating in PHP 5.6, which was […]

December 10, 2015
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