Ryan Boren announced that WordPress 3.1.2, a security release for all previous WordPress versions is now available. It is highly recommended that you update your blogs if you have multiple users registered. The issue was discovered by the famous Andrew Nacin, and Benjamin Balter. The… Read More »
WordPress Database is like a brain for your entire WordPress site because every single information is stored in there thus making it hacker’s favorite target. Spammers and hackers run automated codes for SQL injections. Well, unfortunately many people forget to change the database prefix while… Read More »
Not too long ago, there was a security bug found in WordPress 3.0.1, so the awesome development team released a patch right away WordPress 3.0.2. Well, yesterday they announced yet another security update with the release of WordPress 3.0.3. This release fix issues in the XML-RPC remote publishing interface which under certain circumstances allowed Author- and Contributor-level users to improperly edit, publish or delete posts.
WordPress 3.0.2 is made available today, and it is a mandatory security update for all previous WordPress versions. This maintenance release fixes a moderate security issue where a malicious Author-level user could gain further access to the site.
Yesterday, WPBeginner was facing some hacker attack. It was users trying to reset the password, but thankfully they could not get the random password because the site is not using the default admin user. But nonetheless it was an annoying thing to deal with. Hackers kept trying to reset our password and we had to deal with it for six times until we added more security layers.
WordPress has released another security release as version 2.8.3. This version fixed problems that were left in 2.8.2 so upgrade now. This is a security release so the upgrade should not be optional.
Not long ago WordPress released its version 2.8.1, but there has been another update. WordPress 2.8.2 was released today as a security patch to fix the possible exploit.
Do you want to add document collaboration and editing to the WordPress block editor, similar to Google Docs? Google Doc-style inline commenting can make collaboration and editing a lot easier in WordPress for multi-author blogs. In this article, we’ll show you how to easily add… Read More »
We are often asked, how do I check if my WordPress site has been hacked? There are some common telltale signs that may help you figure out if your WordPress is hacked or compromised. In this article, we’ll share some of the most common signs… Read More »
Are you looking for a way to fix ‘Error 521’ with WordPress and Cloudflare? If you’re seeing this error message, then so is everyone who tries to visit your website. This is bad news for the visitor experience and your conversion rates. It may even… Read More »