WFCM 1.7.1: improved UX & other minor improvements
Today we are happy to announce the release of Website File Changes Monitor 1.7.1. This is a minor but must-install followup to update 1.7.0. In this update we have improved several aspects of the plugin’s user experience (UX) and also addressed a few issues reported in update 1.7.0.
Interview with Ryan Dewhurst, founder of WPScan
Ryan Dewhurst is an ethical hacker and penetration tester who has dedicated many years in helping people in the WordPress community improve the security posture of their websites and protect them from malicious attackers. Ryan is the founder of WPScan, a free, black box WordPress security scanner written for security professionals and blog maintainers to test the security of their sites.
Statistics highlight the biggest source of WordPress vulnerabilities
WordPress vulnerabilities statistics show that the main source of WordPress vulnerabilities are in WordPress plugins. These vulnerabilities statistics also show how important it is to always run the latest version of WordPress core, plugins and themes.
How to use WordPress user roles for improved WordPress security
Learn more about WordPress user roles and what capabilities users have when assigned to a specific WordPress user role. With WordPress user roles, the WordPress owner can have control of what the users can and cannot do on the WordPress installation.
PPMWP 2.3.1: improved support for third party plugins
Today we are excited to announce update 2.3.1 of the WPassword. The highlight of this update is improved support for other third party plugins, such as login redirects, e-Commerce and membership type plugins. Even though this update is a maintenance release, it still packs a punch. Let’s dive right in to see what’s new and improved in this update.
PPMWP 2.3.0: Inactive users check, policies & performance updates
Today we are announcing WPassword update 2.3.0. This is an exciting release featuring the all new inactive WordPress users check. In it we also included a good number of other password policies improvements and performance updates.
WFCM 1.6.0: full integration with WP Activity Log
Today we are announcing two releases; Website File Changes Monitor 1.6 and WP Activity Log 4.1.2. They are being released together because we have integrated the plugins.
WordPress Two-Factor Authentication (2FA): what is it & using it on your site
The security of your WordPress website depends on the systems you put in place to protect it and harden its security. With the sharp increase of automated password guessing, your users’ sensitive information and access to your site are more at risk than ever.
PPMWP 2.2.0: Out of the box support for custom login pages & other updates
Today we are releasing WPassword 2.2. The highlights of this update are the out of the box support for custom login pages and the plugin translations. We have also included a number of updates and fixed a number of issues in this update. These release notes highlight what is new, improved and fixed in this exciting update of our password security plugin for WordPress.
WFCM 1.5.0: Hourly file integrity scans & other plugin improvements
In this update of the Website File Changes Monitor plugin we focused on further improving the file scanning technology. The results speak for themselves; faster scans that requires less resources. Here, you can read in more details what is new and improved in update 1.5 of our file integrity monitor WordPress plugin.