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Sep 7 2018

8 Tips to Protect Your WordPress from Brute Force Attacks

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You work so hard to have the perfect website, and let’s face it–in a digital world, you absolutely have to. After all of the efforts to create, continuously update, and maintain your website, the last thing you want to happen is to be notified that your website has been exposed or compromised by a brute … Continue reading “8 Tips to Protect Your WordPress from Brute Force Attacks”

Apr 10 2014

Heartbleed Bug Update

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There has been a major security flaw found in OpenSSL, which is installed on every server we run, and around 2/3rds of all servers in the world. This vulnerability is known as the Heartbleed bug. The vulnerability was found and released on Tuesday, and we immediately went looking for the fix. The bug only affected … Continue reading “Heartbleed Bug Update”

Mar 3 2007

Major security issue in WordPress 2.1.1

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If you upgraded to WordPress 2.1.1 you need to upgrade immediately to 2.1.2. From the WordPress notification: Longer explanation: This morning we received a note to our security mailing address about unusual and highly exploitable code in WordPress. The issue was investigated, and it appeared that the 2.1.1 download had been modified from its original … Continue reading “Major security issue in WordPress 2.1.1”

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