Category: Security

HTTPS will not only be an important ranking factor in the future for search machines, but also required for both existing and new WordPress installations.

WordPress Will Require Users to Have HTTPS This Year

WordPress founder, Matt Mullenweg, recently announced that the software will require all hosts to have HTTPS for certain WordPress features to function. Don’t panic just yet. If you already have HTTPS, this shouldn’t affect you. But if you’re still using HTTP, you’ll need

WordPress most recent hack redirects users to default7.com.

WordPress Hack Redirects Visitors to Malicious Sites

Security is a major concern for WordPress site owners and rightly so: there are over 7.5 million cyber-attacks on WordPress sites every hour. Unsurprisingly, WordPress’ open-source nature and flexibility makes it vulnerable to a host of diverse attacks. But its

HTTPS secures the communication between the server and the client.

HTTPS: Is It Enough to Keep Your WordPress Site Secure?

  Your website is a goldmine for cyber criminals. They are fast, invisible and always on the prowl for sensitive customer account details or to simply destroy. If you’re a WordPress site owner, you are no doubt aware of the

Beware of spam emails regarding WordPress Customer Reward Program

We are aware of a spam email that is going around regarding All in One SEO Pack. The email starts with “You have been chosen by WordPress to take part in our Customer Reward(ing) Program” and states that you have

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