WordPress Security Blog

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.

What is the difference between CAPTCHA, ReCAPTCHA, and NoCAPTCHA?

If you’ve been thinking about adding CAPTCHA to your WordPress website (or have recently installed our amazing CAPTCHA 4WP plugin), you’ll undoubtedly have come across the many different versions and iterations of the word CAPTCHA.

A guide to hardening the web server of your WordPress website

Due to their function, web servers are different from many other devices in a typical network environment—they are not only exposed to the internet by design, but they likely serve web traffic to complete strangers.

C4WP 7.0.6: Free Edition

We are launching version 7.0.6 of CAPTCHA 4WP Free Edition. This latest release includes several improvements and fixes, for a smooth-running and stable CAPTCHA plugin for WordPress.

C4WP Premium version 7.0.6: You spoke, we listened

Since we acquired CAPTCHA 4WP (previously Advanced noCaptcha & invisible Captcha (v2 & v3)) we set about updating the code and mechanics of the plugin to bring it in line with WP White Security’s standards. In many ways. Version 7.0.0 was the first phase of this endeavour.

Still experiencing spam with CAPTCHA on WordPress? Here’s what to do

CAPTCHA is one of the best tools WordPress administrators and website owners have at their disposal in their fight against spam, such as spam comments and fake user registrations. Just like every other tool, sometimes it needs to be sharpened and serviced.

ANM 1.3.0: Better support for custom admin notices

We are happy to announce the release of Admin Notices Manager version 1.3.0. This latest version allows you to gain even more control over the admin notices than ever before, with a number of fixes and enhancements ensuring a smooth user experience throughout.

How to stay safe online as a new WordPress administrator

As a new WordPress administrator, you undoubtedly have a lot to think about and do. After all, WordPress websites are as fun and exciting as they are demanding. Even so, one thing that many new administrators do not think about enough is safety and security.

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