Articles Tagged “security”

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    4 Ways to Bulletproof Your WordPress Site

    Malicious hackers-many might say they are the bane of the Internet! After all, there are few things more frustrating than dealing with spam, objectionable content and in some extreme cases, complete overhauls of websites due to your website getting hacked. Hackers can cost time and money-neither of which most of us want to spend on […]

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    WordPress 3.4 “Green”

    WordPress 3.4 has been released! We recommend that everyone running WordPress to upgrade as it will ensure a more secure and faster running site, plus some other neat additions. According to The WordPress website, “This release includes significant improvements to theme customization, custom headers, Twitter embeds (see example of one below), and image captions.” Click […]

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    Tim Thumb…No Not a Fairy Tale

    If you run a WordPress website, especially if you use a pre-built template, there is a good chance that your theme uses the timthumb.php script for resizing images. That script was found to be exploitable several months ago, and there has been updates released to patch your file, but many don’t know how to do […]