It's our passion to help those in need. Have you ever been hacked? If you haven't been, you might know someone who has. Either way, without a watchful eye, you could be hacked at any second. It's true.... You have to be armed and ready for it to happen. One of our new clients, Steven Washer … Read more about Without a watchful eye, you could be hacked too…
The New Year is here! The question we have for you is "Are you ready?" It is important to have an action plan for 2015, but does it also include keeping your livelihood safe? When it comes to planning for your BIG new year it is key to BE SAFE. That means no hackers allowed! How can this be … Read more about 5 Simple Website Steps to Keep Your Business Safe
Has your site ever been hacked? Are you new to using WordPress? Listen in as Regina Smola, the "hacker attacker" and WordPress security expert is interviewed by Brian Basilico from My Marketing Magnet. In this interview they talk about the importance of protecting your WordPress site. They … Read more about Protect Your WordPress Site: Podcast Interview with Brian Basilico
What are the best WordPress security plugins? Did you miss the Wordpress security roundtable? You missed some interesting and important topics! WPSecurityLock's Regina Smola was a guest expert/panelist on this roundtable podcast about security plugin's for Wordpress. Joining the roundtable … Read more about WordPress Security Plugins Roundtable Replay
I'm doing something special for you today. I'm answering your questions about WordPress Security. My good friend and colleague, Norma Maxwell has ask me to be her featured expert for her "Ask The Expert Wednesday." Got a question about WordPress Security? Want to know how to protect your blog? … Read more about Ask Regina Smola Your WordPress Security Question Dec. 7, 2011
The Google Analytics for WordPress plugin was found with a XSS scripting vulnerability, if the track outbounds clicks option was selected. This issue was found by David Whitehouse and James Slater of DavidNaylor.co.uk and notified the develop right away. The developer, Joost de Valk took … Read more about Google Analytics for WordPress Plugin Vulnerability Fixed
On June 21, 2011, Matt Mullenweg reported on WordPress.org that the popular WordPress plugins, AddThis, WPtouch and W3 Total Cache were found with cleverly disguised backdoors. These security vulnerabilities were discovered inside the WordPress.org repository and it is at no fault of the plugin … Read more about Warning: Backdoor in AddThis, WPtouch and W3 Total Cache plugins
One of the first steps to your WordPress security is using a strong password for your WordPress blogs. In addition, you must also use strong passwords anywhere else you log-in online, including your gmail, Twitter, Facebook, bank, PayPal etc. Your passwords need to be unique (never use the same one … Read more about LastPass Security Incident – Are You Storing Your WordPress Passwords?