This review is an account of our experience of migrating and hosting our WP White Security WordPress website to A2 Hosting, a hosting provider specializing in WordPress hosting.
Your business just switched from a custom made and complex CMS system to WordPress. All well and good, you have setup your blog, installed a few plugins and ready to get cracking. But how will you keep track of what the users are doing on your new WordPress website? Introducing WordPress Audit Trail Plugins WordPress… Read More
This is a monthly roundup of all the WordPress core, WordPress plugins and WordPress themes vulnerabilities reported during the month of August 2016. This roundup is made possible through WP Security Bloggers, an aggregate of popular WordPress security blogs and websites that publish WordPress security news and updates. Subscribe to the WP Security Bloggers daily… Read More
This article includes an email thread of emails that I exchanged with a spammer who claims his company provides SEO services and they can help me rank my website on Google’s first page. As you will see, there are a lot of lessons to be learnt from trying to deal with scam and spam businesses.
This is a roundup of all the WordPress, WordPress plugins and theme vulnerabilities reported during the month of July 2016. This roundup is brought to you by WP Security Bloggers; an aggregate of popular WordPress security blogs and other security sources that publish WordPress security news and updates. Subscribe to the WP Security Bloggers daily or weekly… Read More
This article looks into how many vulnerabilities other popular web software has had when compared to WordPress to try and compare if WordPress’ reputation as a very insecure web application is true or not.
Read this article for a detailed list of all the other software components that make up a WordPress website. By knowing what your WordPress website is made of, and on which platform it is running you will be able to take a more holistic approach to WordPress security.
This post explains why you should know who is logged in to your WordPress websites and blogs and how you can do it.
This article gives an overview of the four main WordPress security principles highlighted in the WordPress security wheel. By adhering to these principles, WordPress website owners can improve the security of their websites, thus ensuring they are not vulnerable to malicious WordPress hack attacks.
Robert Abela, the founder of WP White Security and WordPress’ most popular audit trail and user monitoring plugin WP Security Audit Log was featured in WordPress Business Success e-book, in which 14 other WordPress business owners were interviewed.