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Brute Force Firewall for WordPress: Most common username attempts

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Brute Force Firewall for WordPress: Most common username attempts One of the ways hackers try to compromise sites is via a Brute Force Login Attack. This is where attackers use repeated login attempts until they guess the right password and username combination. WordPress has a lot of plugins to help you protect your site against […]

Microsoft Edge takes top spot over Chrome and Firefox in new security report

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According to a new browser security report, Microsoft Edge is more effective than both Chrome and Firefox at protecting users from some malicious threats. The report, which comes from NSS Labs (via Betanews), seeks to compare the three major browsers and their effectiveness at countering socially engineered malware (SEM) and phishing attacks. According to the […]

IP List Of Known WordPress Hackers

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With the rising popularity of the free WordPress CMS it’s starting to attract more and more hackers. They can be a pain in the ass so it’s important to do everything you can to block them. Luckily for us there are more then enough security plugins for wordpress to help you protect your site against them. […]

I’m looking for ideas, help me add features to Companion Auto Update: What should I add?

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What New Features Should I Add To Companion Auto Update? First of all, thank you for using Companion Auto Update to keep your WordPress site up-to-date. (Not using Companion Auto Update? You can download it from here: WordPress Plugin Directory). Any Ideas? Personally, I’m quite proud of how light-weight Companion Auto Update is and how easy to […]

How to force WordPress to use SSL

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Force WordPress to use SSL: When youre using SSL on your WordPress-powered website youll know that simply changing your websites url in the setting isnt enought, it will redirect the homepage to your HTTPS version, but when a user goes to example.com/blog it wont redirect to HTTPS, this can cause trouble with including stylesheets etc. […]