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iThemes Security Pro Feature Spotlight – User Logging - iThemes

In the Feature Spotlight posts, we will highlight a feature in the iThemes Security Pro plugin and share a bit about why we developed the feature, who the feature is for, and how to use the feature. Today we cover the… Continue Reading →

New! Banned Users Gets an Upgrade in iThemes Security Pro 6.7.0 - iThemes

The iThemes Security Pro Banned Users feature just got an upgrade. Banned Users version now gives you more flexibility on how bans are enforced on your website. Plus, with the new Banned Users Security Card, you can manage your bans… Continue Reading →

iThemes Security Pro Feature Spotlight – Privilege Escalation - iThemes

In the Feature Spotlight posts, we are going to highlight a feature in iThemes Security Pro and share a bit about why we developed the feature, who the feature is for, and how to use the feature. Today we are… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: September 2020, Part 1 - iThemes

New WordPress plugin and theme vulnerabilities were disclosed during the first half of September, so we want to keep you aware. In this post, we cover recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you are… Continue Reading →

iThemes Security Pro Feature Spotlight – Version Management - iThemes

In the Feature Spotlight posts, we highlight a feature in iThemes Security Pro and share a bit about why we developed the feature, who the feature is for, and how to use the feature. Today we are going to cover Version… Continue Reading →

The Top 10 Things To Do After Installing iThemes Security Pro - iThemes

iThemes Security Pro is jam-packed full of 50+ security methods to secure and protect your WordPress website. That is a ton of options! If you find yourself not knowing where to start after installing iThemes Security Pro, don’t worry, we’ve… Continue Reading →

iThemes Security Pro Feature Spotlight – reCAPTCHA - iThemes

In the Feature Spotlight posts, we highlight a feature in iThemes Security Pro and share a bit about why we developed the feature, who the feature is for, and how to use the feature. Today we are going to cover reCAPTCHA,… Continue Reading →

7 Tips to Secure WordPress Users in 2020 - iThemes

The best way to secure your WordPress users in 2020 is by using a strong password and two-factor authentication. That seems pretty straightforward, right? The reality is that WordPress user security is a bit more nuanced. Whenever we talk about… Continue Reading →

New! Google Lighthouse Integration with iThemes Sync Pro - iThemes

iThemes Sync Pro now gives you the ability to tap into the Google Lighthouse API to audit the performance, SEO, and accessibility of every website you have in your Sync dashboard. All you have to do is enter the URL… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: August 2020, Part 2 - iThemes

New WordPress plugin and theme vulnerabilities were disclosed during the second half of August, so we want to keep you aware. In this post, we cover recent WordPress plugin, theme and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you are… Continue Reading →

iThemes Security Pro Feature Spotlight – Password Requirements - iThemes

In the Feature Spotlight posts, we are going to highlight a feature in iThemes Security Pro and share a bit about why we developed the feature, who the feature is for, and how to use the feature. Today we are… Continue Reading →

5 Advanced Tips & Tricks for iThemes Security Pro - iThemes

The iThemes Security Pro plugin has over 50 different ways for you to secure and protect your WordPress website. You can enable most of the security methods in iThemes Security Pro with just a click of a button. However, if… Continue Reading →

Why Would a Hacker Attack My Website? - iThemes

This is a common question you might ask when your worst nightmare starts coming true. Why would a hacker attack my website? Rest assured, the chances of the attack being personal are slim to none. Hackers have underlying motives that… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: August 2020, Part 1 - iThemes

New WordPress plugin and theme vulnerabilities were disclosed during the first half of August, so we want to keep you aware. In this post, we cover recent WordPress plugin, theme and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you are… Continue Reading →

iThemes Security Pro Feature Spotlight – Two-Factor Authentication - iThemes

In the Feature Spotlight posts, we are going to highlight a feature in iThemes Security Pro and share a bit about why we developed the feature, who the feature is for, and how to use the feature. Today we are… Continue Reading →

What is OWASP and the OWASP Top 10? - iThemes

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a nonprofit foundation that works to improve the security of software. The OWASP Top 10 is a standard awareness document for developers and web application security. It represents a broad consensus about… Continue Reading →

iThemes Security Pro Feature Spotlight – Local Brute Force Protection & Banned Users - iThemes

In the Feature Spotlight posts, we highlight a feature in iThemes Security Pro and share a bit about why we developed the feature, who the feature is for, and how to use the feature. Today we are going to cover… Continue Reading →

What is a Canonical URL in WordPress? - iThemes

A canonical URL is the preferred URL of a website’s homepage. Most homepages can be found by typing multiple URLs into a browser’s address bar. For example, all of the following URLs could contain the same homepage content for your… Continue Reading →

iThemes Security Pro Feature Spotlight: Site Scan - iThemes

In the Feature Spotlight posts, we highlight a feature in iThemes Security Pro and share a bit about why we developed the feature, who the feature is for, and how to use the feature. Today we are shining the spotlight… Continue Reading →

What is SSL and Why Is It Critical in 2020? - iThemes

Secure Sockets Layer, also known as SSL, is a security technology that provides encryption between a client and a webserver. To understand this a bit more simply, a “client” is a web browser like Chrome or Safari, and a “webserver”… Continue Reading →

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