WordPress Security Blog

Password Policy Manager For WordPress Update 1.1

We released the first version of the Password Policy Manager for WordPress around three months ago. Since its released we received some valuable feedback and the plugin has been featured on some of the leading WordPress sites, such as Torque Magazine. We’ve listened to all the good feedback and today we are happy to announce […]

Email Security: How Basic Frameworks Help WordPress Site Owners

Across nations and industries, one technology has been sharing countless secrets for well over two decades. Yes, despite the rise of social media, messaging apps and project management tools, email remains the de facto number one online communication channel — but it’s also a source of much concern when it comes to security. When you […]

Black Friday & Cyber Monday WordPress Security Deals – 2018

If you’ve been wanting to buy a particular WordPress security plugin or service, the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales is the right time to buy it. During this time of the year most vendors chop off their prices, giving you the opportunity to beef up the security of your site. NOTE: We only promote […]

Interview with Code Risk – A Free Source Code Analysis Service For WordPress Plugins

Vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins have been the cause of more site hacks than vulnerabilities in WordPress core. One of the reasons why this is happening is lack of resources. Software will always have vulnerabilities, though the WordPress core code is vetted by thousands of people. Also, the foundation has resources allocated to ensure that the […]

How to Vet an Employee Before Granting Admin Access on WordPress

In the grand pantheon of nerve-wracking activities that go into growing a business, handing out admin access to someone else might not seem like a top-tier contender, but it’s actually a very awkward milestone — particularly if you’ve previously run everything yourself. Your WordPress website is your creation, the product of your hard work. Ceding […]

Force Strong Passwords on Users to Improve WordPress Security

It is impossible to ignore security when it comes to managing WordPress sites and blogs. In fact many business site administrators choose a secure WordPress web host for their sites. On top of that, they install a WordPress firewall plugin or service, and keep a log of what is happening one their site with a […]

Malcare WordPress Site Security Service Reviewed

According to statistics published by WPMUDEV in 2017, malicious hackers attack WordPress websites with over 90,978 attacks per minute. Therefore every WordPress site must have some sort of security hardening and service protecting it. Even if it is small and not popular, your WordPress website is always a target. Being a geek, when I started […]

The Guide to WordPress Password Security

Weak passwords are one of the biggest threats that put the security of a WordPress site at risk. As an internet user, or if you guest author on a WordPress site you have definitely been told to use complex passwords, to use a different password for every website or service you are subscribed to, and […]

The Top 5 Activity Log Plugins for WordPress

Managing a WordPress website can be time-consuming and difficult, especially if you have a lot of content and users. Fortunately, you can use a simple but powerful WordPress activity log plugin to keep track of everything that happens on your site. The benefits of using an activity log plugin include: Greater control over your site […]

Announcing the Plugin Password Policy Manager for WordPress

WordPress has come a long way in helping administrators run more secure sites, though weak passwords are still a big issue. That is why we still see so many successful WordPress brute force attacks. Though there is light at the end of the tunnel! We have developed a plugin to help WordPress site owners like you […]