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The 2022 WordPress Vulnerability Annual Report - iThemes

WordPress core is solid — what you install in it may not be. How secure is WordPress? Against a backdrop of steadily increasing global cyberattacks and sophisticated cybercrime targetting more than half of all small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Report – January 25, 2023 - iThemes

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes… Continue Reading →

New Turnstile and hCaptcha Support in Security Pro 7.3 - iThemes

We’re adding hCaptcha and Cloudflare’s Turnstile to iThemes Security Pro alongside the existing Google reCAPTCHA option. (Turnstile is available for Kadence in its CAPTCHA plugin now too.) Why are we doing this, and why should you use a CAPTCHA? Which… Continue Reading →

The Wordfence 2022 State of WordPress Security Report - Wordfence Blog

Today, the Wordfence Threat Intelligence team is releasing our 2022 State of WordPress Security Report as a free White Paper. In our report, we look at changes in the threat landscape, analyze impactful trends, and provide recommendations based on our… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Report – January 18, 2023 - iThemes

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes… Continue Reading →

What is Clickjacking and How to Prevent it - iThemes

Clickjacking is a malicious web exploit that has been around since the first websites made their way to the Internet. Clickjackers exploit methods for embedding one webpage inside another. Combined with deceptive social engineering, clickjacking attacks maintain a ridiculously high… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Report – January 11, 2023 - iThemes

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes… Continue Reading →

How to Fix Common WordPress Errors - iThemes

Common WordPress errors, such as the critical WordPress error or the error establishing a database connection, serve an important purpose in the WordPress ecosystem — alerting you that something on your website went wrong. Website downtime is frustrating, but WordPress… Continue Reading →

What is a Website Firewall? WAFs and Other Firewalls Explained - iThemes

If you own a website, you need to protect it. Like personal computers, web servers — and the software running on them — are constantly probed and attacked by hackers. Because of this, it’s important to keep hackers and other… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Report – January 4, 2023 - iThemes

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes… Continue Reading →

Two-Factor Authentication: A Guide for WordPress Users - iThemes

You’ve probably encountered a two-step login authentication process in online banking and any sites that require the highest security for their users. Because WordPress supports two-factor authentication (2FA), you can have the same level of security as a bank. Whether… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Report – December 28, 2022 - iThemes

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Report – December 21, 2022 - iThemes

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes… Continue Reading →

Card Skimming: What It Is and How to Prevent It - iThemes

Online credit card theft has become a major security concern for the whole eCommerce industry, with card skimming malware targeting all leading website-building platforms. Initially discovered on Magento stores, credit card skimmers have quickly evolved, making WordPress websites a primary… Continue Reading →

Unpatched Vulnerability in WordPress Core: What It Really Means - iThemes

In this week’s iThemes Vulnerability Report, you’ll note that there is an unpatched vulnerability in WordPress core. This vulnerability was reported by Thomas Chauchefoin, and at this time, it affects all versions of WordPress. However, probable exploitation of this vulnerability… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Report – December 14, 2022 - iThemes

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes… Continue Reading →

PHP 8.2: What Does it Mean for WordPress, Plugins, and Developers? - iThemes

PHP 8.2.0 made its debut on December 8, 2022. As a major update, it brings performance improvements, simpler syntax, and greater type safety with null, false, and true as standalone types. One of the biggest changes likely to challenge WordPress… Continue Reading →

How to Remove the ‘Deceptive Site Ahead’ Warning - iThemes

Although you’re not aware of anything changing on your WordPress site, suddenly, there’s a “Dangerous Site” warning by your site’s URL in your browser’s address bar, and you’re not sure what happened. A huge red warning screen appears on Google… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Report – December 7, 2022 - iThemes

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes… Continue Reading →

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