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5 Simple Rules for WordPress Login Security - iThemes

A successful WordPress security strategy should include steps to strengthen the WordPress login. In this post, we cover the five simple rules for better WordPress login security. The great thing about WordPress is how it makes creating a website accessible… Continue Reading →

The Top 5 WordPress Security Vulnerabilities and How to Avoid Them - iThemes

If you own a WordPress website, you should be aware of potential WordPress security vulnerabilities. Just like locking the doors of your house, investing in an alarm system and paying for insurance, your website should have security and safety measures in… Continue Reading →

5 iThemes Security Tips to Secure Your WordPress Website - iThemes

Using a WordPress security plugin like iThemes Security Pro is a great way to secure your WordPress site. In this post, we cover 5 iThemes Security tips to help secure your WordPress website. WordPress security can seem like a daunting… Continue Reading →

The WordPress 5.2.3 Security Release Unpacked - Wordfence Blog

WordPress core version 5.2.3 has just been released. This is a security release which contains several fixes. I’m going to detail each of them below and unpack what each fix means and add any additional info that may be relevant. Seven… Continue Reading →

New! Make WordPress Security Easy With Passwordless Logins - iThemes

The iThemes Security Pro plugin just added a new way for you to lock down your WordPress site while making it easier for you to log in: Passwordless Logins. iThemes Security Pro already offers several ways to secure user logins… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: August 2019, Part 2 - iThemes

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

WordPress Security Simplified: An Interview With Akshat Choudhary of BlogVault - Newt Labs

Here’s the reality about running a business site: Nobody is truly ever safe. Even the most prominent brands, with millions of dollars backing their websites, have experienced costly data breaches throughout the years. And imagine what these online threats could… Continue Reading →

Ongoing Malvertising Campaign Evolves, Adds Backdoors and Targets New Plugins - Wordfence Blog

In July, we reported on a malvertising campaign which was distributing redirect and popup code through a number of public vulnerabilities affecting the WordPress ecosystem. As mentioned in the article, we’ve continued tracking this threat for new or changing activity…. Continue Reading →

Malicious WordPress Redirect Campaign Attacking Several Plugins - Wordfence Blog

Over the past few weeks, our Threat Intelligence team has been tracking an active attack campaign targeting a selection of new and old WordPress plugin vulnerabilities. These attacks seek to maliciously redirect traffic from victims’ sites to a number of… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: August 2019, Part 1 - iThemes

Several 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 and theme vulnerabilities and what to do if you are… Continue Reading →

The Comprehensive Guide to WordPress Security in 2019 - Pagely Blog

The benefits of this WordPress security guide are two fold: Learn exactly what you need to know about WordPress security in 2019. Understanding WordPress security helps you adopt a security-oriented […]

WordPress File Permissions: A Guide to Securing Your Website - iThemes

WordPress file permissions and ownership play an integral role in the overall security of your WordPress website, which is why you should be sure to get them right. In this post, we’ll cover all you need to know about WordPress… Continue Reading →

WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: July 2019, Part 2 - iThemes

New WordPress plugin vulnerabilities were disclosed during the last half of July, so we want to keep you aware. We divide the WordPress Vulnerability Roundup into four different categories: 1. WordPress core 2. WordPress Plugins 3. WordPress Themes 4. Breaches… Continue Reading →

5 Things You Need To Do If Your WordPress Website Has Been Hacked - WP Mayor

Having your WordPress site hacked is not something you ever want to experience, but it happens more often that we’d like. There are ways to help prevent hacks, but if it happens to you, here are a few things you… Continue Reading →

Recent WordPress Vulnerabilities Targeted by Malvertising Campaign - Wordfence Blog

The Defiant Threat Intelligence team has identified a malvertising campaign which is causing victims’ sites to display unwanted popup ads and redirect visitors to malicious destinations, including tech support scams, malicious Android APKs, and sketchy pharmaceutical ads. This type of… Continue Reading →

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