WordPress Hacked Infographic

There are more than 74.2 million WordPress sites around the world. It is the most used platform, as well as, the most hacked. In 2012, 170,000 sites were hacked which is over double from 2009 at 81,000. Backing up your sites regularly, keeping all your plugins and theme up-to-date, and ensuring that you have a […]

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WordPress Vulnerabilities Lead To Crippling Attacks. You May Be At Risk.

The subject of WordPress security continues to dominate the news feeds. In fact, just yesterday another TimThumb¬†WordPress vulnerability was discovered. Prior to that there was an issue with the All In One SEO plugin and let’s not forget the whole Heartbleed thing. It’s never ending. More than 70% of WordPress installations are vulnerable to hacker […]

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Are Unknown Website Security Issues Costing You Customers?

Unknown security issues can damage more than just your website. For example, do you know what a safety rating is? More to the point, what does your website’s current rating say to your customers about your business? Protecting content and avoiding a loss of data or a loss of control over your site is not […]

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How Many Website Security Issues Are Your Fault?

Website security issues aren’t entirely the fault of a hacker. Sure, they are the ones who initiate an attack, but many are only able to do so with help from an unlikely source. You. Security Issues Are Your Responsibility That’s right, this is a classic case of victim blaming, but in many instances of website […]

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Don’t Be the Next WordPress Botnet Victim

So much has been written over the past few weeks about security for WordPress and the WordPress botnet scare that it’s easy to become immune to it all. And even worse to presume that it won’t happen to you. How many of us can truly say that we have never done that? I know I […]

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