Understanding the risks of login sharing on WordPress
While it’s a big security no-no, login sharing on WordPress happens more often than one might think. As the term suggests, login sharing is the practice of users sharing their login information with other users.
ANM 1.2.0: Better visibility of the notices & more new features
We are happy to announce the release of update 1.2.0 for Admin Notices Manager. This update sees the introduction of a number of new features, improvements to existing functionality, and a bug fix, designed to improve the management of admin notices.
WFCM 1.8.0: Background file integrity scanning and improved scalability
Today, we are happy to announce update 1.8.0 of the Website File Changes Monitor plugin for WordPress. Prior to this update, the plugin had some issues with the scan timing and resources required to run the scans. This update introduces a completely revamped version of the plugin allowing for better reliability, performance and scalability.
PPMWP 2.4.0: New feature to block users with failed login attempts & other updates
Today we are happy to announce WPassword update 2.4.0. This exciting release features the much anticipated new feature to block users which have failed login attempts as well as other updates and improvements.
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One takeaway we can be proud of as a community is how most of us had to be even more creative than usual to get through 2020… With long hours, a lot of stress & uncertainty within our businesses. To have a better 2021 for you and your agency, keep learning and investing in yourself to ensure any situation that’s thrown your way can be dealt with, swiftly and with much less stress.
2020 Year in Review: the best of WP White Security
2020 has been a challenging year for many. However, we have been very lucky and even though it was challenging, we’ve made the best out of it, and we turned it into a big one!
ANM 1.1.0: choose which admin notices you see & which not
We can all agree that 2020 was a difficult year. That’s why we are excited to start 2021 with our very first update of the Admin Notices Manager plugin. In this update we added the ability to choose which type of admin notices to show as normal on the WordPress dashboard, in the plugin pop-up, or choose to hide them completely.
How to safely add custom code to WordPress websites
Users are often looking for ways to tweak their websites, plugins and themes, or to add some modifications to an existing functionality. In most of these cases, you can do so by adding custom code to your WordPress website. There is nothing wrong with adding custom code to your website. However, there are a few things that you need to look out for when making these changes to your WordPress website.
WFCM 1.7.0: new file integrity checks & detailed email notifications
2020 has been a very difficult year for everyone. So there is nothing better than ending the year on a high; before we leave for the holidays and enjoy some downtime, we are excited to announce the last release of this year; Website File Changes Monitor 1.7.0.
How to choose the best WordPress plugins for your website
WordPress plugins are awesome and if you want your site to have a specific function, or add additional functionality, the chances are there is a plugin out there for it. If you’d like to learn more about what WordPress plugins are, refer to our WordPress plugins introduction.