Website Security Tips
How can you be absolutely sure your WordPress website is secure? Use these website security tips to learn new tips and tricks.
How to protect your WordPress site from a new malware threat
WP-VCD is a malware threat infecting WordPress sites more frequently than any other malware operation. What is it and how can you protect your site?
How a team of “security researchers” is putting the WordPress community at risk
Recently, a team of so-called “security researchers” has been reporting issues discovered in WordPress plugins publicly without allowing the developers to fix them first. What does this mean for you and how can you protect your website?
Is WordPress vulnerable to malware or hacking?
Website security can sometimes fly under the radar but the threat is real because of the treasure trove of data you may have stored on your site. To learn more, here’s a look at new malware targeting WordPress, called BabaYaga, and some strategies you can take to protect your site.
WordPress and HTTPS: Why your site needs encryption and how to migrate your site
Even if you don’t deal with secure information like bank account or credit card numbers, your site needs HTTPS encryption. Learn why HTTPS is important and how to migrate a WordPress site to HTTPS in this tutorial.
How to enable WordPress automatic updates
Do you wish WordPress would install theme, plugin, or WordPress updates automatically? This tutorial explains how to set up automatic updates on your site.
Jayden K. Smith: Separating security fact from fiction
The recent Jayden K. Smith hacking hoax reveals some misconceptions about internet security. Find out how to keep your social media accounts safe here.
Does the Cloudflare “Cloudbleed” leak affect your WordPress site?
If you own your own WordPress site, was it affected by Cloudflare’s “Cloudbleed” leak? Here’s how to find out and what to do if your data was exposed.
4 security tips for WordPress sites
How can you make your WordPress site more secure? We’ll give you 4 ways to increase your site’s security.