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Podcast E388 – Dealing with Negative People - KitchenSinkWP

This week I share how to deal with negative people!  [powerpress]

Episode 130 – Efficiency in Your Photography Business with Peter LaGregor - Imagely Photography Podcast

In this episode, we talk to Peter LaGregor about running a photography business as a side hustle instead of a full-time career. We touch on strategy in business, photography, editing, and delivery.

Podcast E387 – WordPress 5.8 Highlights - KitchenSinkWP

This week I share some highlights from WordPress 5.8 [powerpress]

Podcast E386 – 10 ways to drive traffic to your site - KitchenSinkWP

This week I give you 10 ways to drive traffic to your website [powerpress]

507 – Moving to a WordPress VIP Developer Role - Your Website Engineer

Announcements Pocket Casts joins Automattic Blogging Habit Reminders Jetpack mobile app WooCommerce Update Transitioning to a Developer Role I made it into a developer apprenticeship role in Automattic. This means I am no longer part of the support organization and… Continue Reading →

Episode 125: Critical SQL Injection Vulnerability Patched in WooCommerce - Wordfence Blog

A critical SQL injection vulnerability was discovered in WooCommerce, the most popular e-Commerce plugin used by over 5 million WordPress sites. The team pushed a forced security update ensuring that over 90 versions of WooCommerce were patched. The REvil… Continue Reading →

Podcast E385 – WordPress Ecommerce Alternative: Prestashop - KitchenSinkWP

This week I review another WooCommerce alternative: Prestashop [powerpress]

Podcast E384 – 6 Ideas to implement during the Summer - KitchenSinkWP

This week I share 6 ideas to get you through the summer slowdown.  [powerpress]

Episode 124: PrintNightmare 0Day Exploit Accidentally Leaked Online - Wordfence Blog

Security researchers accidentally leaked zero-day exploit code for a new Windows bug, now called PrintNightmare, while easily exploitable vulnerabilities in the ProfilePress plugin, previously called WP User Avatar, were patched quickly. An unprotected cloud database containing over 814 million DreamHost… Continue Reading →

Episode 129 – Mobile Site Speed & Code Errors - Imagely Photography Podcast

Today we will be answering two questions from the community. The first about how fast your site loads on mobile devices. The second about errors displaying on the front end of your site.

Podcast E383 – Listener Questions - KitchenSinkWP

This week I answer listener questions.  [powerpress]

Episode 123: Over 30 Million Dell Devices at Risk for Remote BIOS Attacks - Wordfence Blog

Over 30 million Dell devices are at risk for remote BIOS attacks due to four separate security bugs, which can have far reaching effects for enterprise organizations heavily invested in Dell devices. VMware Carbon Black App Control has been updated… Continue Reading →

Podcast E382 – 7 Strategies for your possible exit - KitchenSinkWP

This week I share 7 exit strategies from your own business. [powerpress]

Episode 122: Largest Password Dump in History Fuels Credential Stuffing Extravaganza - Wordfence Blog

Sites running Jetpack are being infected via compromised credentials. The largest password dump ever with 8.4 billion passwords is used in credential stuffing attacks. Wordfence Threat Intelligence discloses new plugin vulnerabilities as well as a vulnerability at tsoHost. Data… Continue Reading →

Podcast E381 – WordPress Ecommerce Alternative: Etsy - KitchenSinkWP

This week I review a e-commerce alternative: Etsy [powerpress]

Episode 121: Wordfence is Now a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA) - Wordfence Blog

Wordfence is now a CVE Numbering Authority, or a CNA. As a CNA, Wordfence can now assign CVE IDs for new vulnerabilities in WordPress Core, WordPress Plugins and WordPress Themes. An outage at Fastly takes down major websites including Reddit,… Continue Reading →

Podcast E380 – The 6 month business check-in - KitchenSinkWP

This week I talk about the 6 month business check-in.  [powerpress]

Episode 120: Jetpack Autoupdate Security Patch Bypasses Local Settings - Wordfence Blog

A security fix for an information leak vulnerability was pushed out to WordPress sites using Jetpack that bypassed local settings preventing autoupdates. A ransomware attack on JBS that shut down meat processing operations in the United States has been attributed… Continue Reading →

Episode 128 – Why Your Images Look Different On The Web - Imagely Photography Podcast

We received a question from a customer that I thought would make a great episode. So here we are – answering your questions for the world to learn from. I have a question for you. How come the thumbnail images… Continue Reading →

Podcast E379 – Happy Birthday WordPress - KitchenSinkWP

This week I wish WordPress Happy Birthday! [powerpress]

Episode 119: Critical VMWare Vulnerability Threatens Data Centers - Wordfence Blog

A Critical Vulnerability in VMWare’s vCenter Server threatens some of the largest data centers in the world. An actively exploited 0-day in macOS was used to take screen shots of infected computers. CodeCov claims another victim as Japanese e-Commerce unicorn… Continue Reading →

Podcast E378 – P2 for collaboration - KitchenSinkWP

This week I discuss using P2 for collaboration [powerpress]

Episode 118: Four Android Vulnerabilities Under Active Attack - Wordfence Blog

Four memory corruption vulnerabilities are being actively exploited on Android devices and nearly 2 dozen popular Android apps exposed over 100 Million users’ sensitive information in cloud databases. Over 600,000 sites using WP Statistics required a patch to fix a… Continue Reading →

Podcast E377 – Best Practices vs The Client - KitchenSinkWP

This week I discuss Best Practices vs The Client [powerpress]

Podcast 117: Cyber Attack on Colonial Pipeline Affects Fuel Availability in 17 States - Wordfence Blog

A ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline affected fuel availability in 17 southeastern US states, and Bloomberg reported that Colonial Pipeline paid $5 million to DarkSide, a Russian ransomware service provider. The Biden Administration issued an executive order to increase US… Continue Reading →

Podcast E376 – WordPress Ecommerce Alternative: OpenCart - KitchenSinkWP

This week I share an eCommerce alternative: OpenCart [powerpress]

Episode 116: Packagist Patch Shows How Supply Chain Threats Could Impact WordPress - Wordfence Blog

A vulnerability discovered in Packagist, which is used by Composer to manage PHP package requests, could have allowed attackers to trick Composer into downloading backdoored source code, potentially affecting all WordPress sites. Packagist reports that it’s not aware of any… Continue Reading →

Episode 127 – Upcoming Changes - Imagely Photography Podcast

Things are changing here at The WordPress Photography Podcast., but the show is not going anywhere.

Podcast E375 – Listener Questions - KitchenSinkWP

This week I answer listener questions.  [powerpress]

Episode 115: Update Your Mac: Gatekeeper Bypass Vulnerability Exploited in the Wild - Wordfence Blog

Apple patches a gatekeeper bypass vulnerability that has been exploited in the wild on MacOS. Though this vulnerability requires some social engineering to exploit, it is believed to have been actively exploited since January 9, 2021. Some Digital Ocean customers… Continue Reading →

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