Category: Interviews

Interview with Ivica Delic on WordPress professionals & security

So far we have only interviewed people who understand and work in application and WordPress security. We have always heard the vendors’ voice. However, in this interview we took a different approach. We interviewed Ivica Delic, a WordPress professional about security. The scope of this interview is to better understand how WordPress professionals, to whom […]

High-Tech Bridge COO Talks About Web & WordPress Security

As of the beginning of 2019, WordPress powers 33% of the top ten million websites, confirming it as the most popular and widely used blogging and CMS platform again. Such popularity attracts a lot of attention, and application security software companies which typically focus on security solutions for custom web applications are now also interested […]

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 […]

Interview with Julio Potier, Developer of SecuPress

Julio Potier is the developer behind SecuPress, the WordPress plugin that makes it possible to easily secure your WordPress websites and blogs. Julio is based in France and is very active in the WordPress security scene. He is also a security consultant and teaches developers to write more secure code through his lecture and audits […]

Inteview with BlogVault CEO Akshat Choudhary

During this interview Akshat explains what happened during the BlogVault security incident, how he and his team found out about it, its aftermath, and how did the public react to their announcements and transparent approach. A lot of noise is made when a popular WordPress website or service is hacked, but not much is done to […]