Security

Granted, WordPress is a pretty safe website platform by itself. But it’s not perfect. Data says that over 30,000 WordPress sites still get hacked every day. This is bad news. But there’s also good news: taking care of your WordPress security isn’t as difficult as it might seem. With some basic fixes, you can do away with most threats. Start with these 20 simple tricks to secure your site. Then, how about picking a good backup solution?

Best WordPress Backup Restore Plugin: VaultPress vs BlogVault vs UpdraftPlus vs BackupBuddy vs CodeGuard

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“What do I need a backup for!? It’s not like anything bad is going to happen to my WordPress blog anyway!” … I’m sorry to be the one to break this to you, but there’s a whole plethora of bad things that can happen to a WordPress site. And if you’re not prepared – i.e. don’t have a backup – you’re in big trouble.

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11 Ways to Speed Up WordPress Performance (UPDATED)

11 ways to speed up WordPress

How to speed up WordPress surely is a hot topic these days. Fortunately, there are numerous techniques that you can employ to get the job done. So, our intent here is to list every trick we know of that can make your WordPress site a lot faster.

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How Much Does a VPN Cost? And Are VPNs Safe?

How Much Does a VPN Cost

How much does a VPN cost, and is it safe to use a VPN? Those are the two key questions we’re going to answer in this article. By the end, you should understand what makes a VPN safe, as well as how much you should expect to pay for a quality VPN service. We’ll also leave you with some specific service recommendations to get you started.

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What Is SSL? Like, Really… Plus Why Your WordPress Site Needs It and How to Get It Installed for Free

What Is SSL - WordPress

What is SSL is a question that you probably kind of know the answer to. Most people dealing with websites do. Or, at least, they pretend they do. It’s okay. These things have a level of complexity to them, and all these three-letter abbreviations do require some time getting used to. So here’s an all-you-need-to-know guide to SSLs and all things related. We also tell you how to enable SSL on WordPress step by step.

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WooCommerce Suffering From a Dangerous Object Injection Vulnerability

This is somewhat of a breaking news. In short: WordPress users have to face possible hacker attacks if they are dealing with the WooCommerce plugin. Sucuri team just discovered a dangerous vulnerability during their routine audit for their web application firewall. It seems that the vulnerability inside WooCommerce is Object Injection related and it could allow any hacker to download compromising files from the vulnerable server.

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