Articles from Robert Abela

About Robert Abela

Robert Abela is the CEO and founder of WP White Security, the developers of the most comprehensive WordPress activity log plugin WP Security Audit Log, and the Password Policy Manager for WordPress plugin.

WordPress security issues caused by sharing WordPress login details

A WordPress security best practice that is easy to implement is having a unique WordPress login (username and password) for every person who accesses your website or multisite network. Sharing the same WordPress login details with groups of people can lead to a number of security issues and increases the maintenance of the website, as […]

Easily Create & Manage WordPress Temporary Users with a Plugin

Do you need to give temporary access to a developer or an author to your WordPress website? If you manage a WordPress website, you surely need to give temporary access to someone so they can fix a problem or do some work on your website. Though there is a problem – the process of creating and […]

WP Engine Managed WordPress Hosting Review

I would have never thought that I’ll be hosting one of my websites with WP Engine, let alone writing a review about them. But here I am today, with my most important website hosted with them and writing a review about their managed WordPress hosting service. Like all the other reviews on this website, this […]

Infographic About 50+ Ongoing WordPress Website Maintenance Tasks for All Businesses

Creating a website has become an easy job thanks to WordPress,though maintaining it is a tough task. If website maintenance (and WordPress security is a major part of maintenance) is not given the due attention the website will have issues such as lower website traffic and its search engine ranking will drop. Lack of proper […]

Best Two-Factor Authentication Plugins for WordPress

Two-Factor Authentication, (aka Two-Step Verification, 2FA) is an additional layer of security you can add to your WordPress login page. With 2FA it is virtually impossible for attackers to login to your WordPress, even if they guess your user’s password. Two-factor authentication is also good to help mitigate WordPress brute force attacks. Read our article […]

Interview with Julio Potier, Developer of SecuPress

Julio Potier is the developer behind SecuPress, the WordPress plugin that makes it possible to easily secure your WordPress websites and blogs. Julio is based in France and is very active in the WordPress security scene. He is also a security consultant and teaches developers to write more secure code through his lecture and audits […]

A WordPress Digital Nomad’s Must Have – Personal VPN

WordPress has allowed many to break away from their nine to five jobs and start their own business venture, and live the digital nomad life. Being location independent and travelling around the world while still able to make money is certainly possible nowadays, especially with the adaptation of the internet and Wi-Fi in all cafes, […]

Inteview with BlogVault CEO Akshat Choudhary

During this interview Akshat explains what happened during the BlogVault security incident, how he and his team found out about it, its aftermath, and how did the public react to their announcements and transparent approach. A lot of noise is made when a popular WordPress website or service is hacked, but not much is done to […]

March 2017 WordPress Core, Plugins & Themes Vulnerabilities Roundup

Overview of WordPress Vulnerabilities Published in March 2017 March was a very busy month in terms of published advisories. A security update of WordPress was released, WordPress 4.7.3, and more than 40 WordPress plugin vulnerability advisories were published. The majority of them are from the Summer of Pwnage project, which were identified last year but released […]

Top Five WordPress Users Management Guidelines

User management is a difficult task and it is a webmasters’ and systems administrators’ nightmare. If not done properly, it can lead to a number of security issues. For example there have been cases where employees still had access to confidential business data, months and sometimes even years after leaving their job. These type of user management […]