WordPress Security Blog

WordPress Password Protection – A Complete Guide

What are the best methods of WordPress password protection for website administrators? This blog post examines the top password security options, such as strong password policies, password managers, two-factor authentication, educating users, and the use of other, wider safeguards.

Participate in our WordPress security survey and win

We are launching our very first WordPress security survey. The aim of this survey is to understand how WordPress administrators and owners view and manage basic security tasks on their WordPress websites. While we have carried out surveys in the past, this survey is perhaps more ambitious than what we have previously done.

CAPTCHA 4WP 7.1.0: Support for Gravity Forms and WPForms

We are thrilled to announce the release of CAPTCHA 4WP version 7.1.0. This release features some highly-requested new features alongside a number of improvements to help administrators and website owners ensure the success of CAPTCHA deployments on WordPress websites when using CAPTCHA 4WP.

Achieve GDPR Compliance for WooCommerce in 5 Steps

If you own an eCommerce store, you’ve probably heard of GDPR. However, you may not be fully conversant with GDPR law and have a lot of questions in your mind. Our goal with this article is to address all your GDPR concerns for your WooCommerce website and help you ensure GDPR compliance for your business.

LaMDA and CAPTCHA – Should we be worried?

A couple of months ago Google released LaMDA. LaMDA is a machine-learning language model (as a chatbot). LaMDA resembles human communication profusely and can pass tests that distinguish between people and computers (such as CAPTCHA). What does this mean for CAPTCHA?

WCEU 2022 was a blast – here’s what we got up to

The WP White Security team went to WCEU 2022 and it was a blast! Read here for a recap of the event and see what we got up to.

The cost of a WordPress website security breach

A security breach can be expensive. Many studies and statistics put the average of a security breach in the millions of dollars. This figure, however, does not mean much without context. Indeed, it can be complicated to derive an average cost for a security breach.

Announcing the release of WPassword 2.6

We are happy to announce the latest release of WPassword. This version includes several improvements and bug fixes for an even smoother user and administrative experience while maintaining focus on WordPress password security.

The different types of CAPTCHA checks for WordPress websites

Since CAPTCHA was first introduced, it has undergone various iterations and evolutions. With each step, the aim always has been to make it easier for humans and more challenging for non-humans to pass the test.

How to combine activity logs and monitoring to supercharge WordPress administration

Careful and consistent administration of a WordPress website can not only help you ensure happy visitors and users but ultimately more of them. However, many WordPress website owners are not in the business of managing WordPress websites.

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