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Best Security Advice from 2015

There are many events in 2015 that can teach us lessons of security, but the Ashley Madison hack has many, many lessons to teach us. For those unaware, Ashley Madison was a site where you could schedule ex-marital affairs. In other words, it was a site for cheaters. You paid a fee and you could meet […]

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Why Can’t My Password Be ‘Password’

They say a strong password is the first line of defense for any system. Actually, a strong password is the equivalent of not leaving your keys in your parked car. Strong password is the absolute minimum security measure you should do. That being said, what qualities make up a strong password. Good length Generally speaking, […]

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Why Hackers Hack

WordPress is run on more than 76 million websites. This makes learning to hack WordPress a valuable skill for hackers. Hackers are looking to hack your WordPress site for many reasons. Most of these reasons come down to money; they are looking for ways to make money with your hacked website. Three of the most […]

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My Five Favorite WordPress Plugins

Let’s face it, everyone you talk to will have a different opinion on the WordPress plugins you should install. I think as long as you have the basics covered (security, backups, sharing, SEO, and contact), whatever plugins you choose are fine. These are the five I always install on my WordPress blogs. Now before we […]

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Five Factors Of Effective WordPress Themes

If you’re blogging on the WordPress platform, one of the first thing you probably did was install a new WordPress theme. You probably still occasionally change themes and waste a lot of time doing minor modifications that when summed up merely distracts you from blogging itself. I get it; choosing the right theme is important. The theme defines […]

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6 WordPress Security Tips

When it comes to website platforms, WordPress is one of the most popular anywhere in the world, with more than 76 million blogs using WordPress. More than 20% of all websites use WordPress, with 50,000 being added every day. There are no signs that the growth of WordPress is going to slow. This makes WordPress a very big […]

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