Category: wordpress hack

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 […]

How to Remove the Google Malware Warning

Once you clean up the malware infection from your hacked WordPress website or blog you have to apply for a Google malware review to have the Google malware warning removed. Read this post for more information on how to apply for a Google malware review.

Was Your WordPress Website Hacked by WP White Security?

We have seen a number of successful WordPress hack attacks where a WordPress user was created with an email address support@wpwhitesecurity.com. Such hacks are not done by us. Read this article for more information about these type of attacks.

Hide WordPress Usernames to Improve WordPress Security

A WordPress security tutorial that explains how and why you should hide your WordPress usernames to improve the security of your WordPress blogs and websites.

Should You Change Your WordPress Login Page URL?

Should you change the WordPress Login Page URL to improve the security of your WordPress blogs and websites? Are there any other and better ways how to protect your WordPress login page?

Why You Should Change the WordPress Administrator User ID

This security article explains why you should change your WordPress Administrator ID to improve the security of your WordPress blogs and sites. It also explains how to change the WordPress administrator ID so malicious hackers cannot target the WordPress administrator account.

How to Manually Add a WordPress Administrator to the Database using SQL Queries

This WordPress tutorial explains how to manually create a WordPress administrator account directly in the database using SQL queries or phpMyAdmin. This operation is useful to regain access to a hacked WordPress blog or website.