WordPress is a great CMS, but like all things digital, it can have some security flaws. We’ve covered common and uncommon-sense steps that you can take to prevent and fix hacking in the past, and we’re always on the lookout Read More »
The New York Times posted a great article this morning about How to Devise Passwords that Drive Hackers Away. We aren’t in the computer security world per se, but our connection to websites has meant that we’ve become (and embraced being) a resource for unhacking websites. But, as much as we love unhacking websites, we’d prefer not to do it because creating is more fun than fixing. So please write better passwords! And if you don’t want to do that just use this awesome Password Generator tool and generate secure random ones.
Note from Tony: We’ve seen a LOT of WordPress websites get hacked recently, no less than 5 in the last month. The best thing you can do is to keep your site up to date and keep your passwords hearty Read More »
I have had a few heated debates today and it seems that so have some people online about this subject, so I figured I would do my best to dispel the rumors and provide a summarization of what I have Read More »