Wordpress Security, Update & Backups

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Over 30,000 WordPress Websites we’re hacked last year….will yours be next?

2016-10-20T13:02:12+00:00

According to WordPress Authority wpsites.net

30,000 sites were hacked earlier this year and 4,800 websites deleted without any chance of recovery last year

Wordpress Website Security, Updates & Backups HelpWhy do WordPress sites get Hacked?

That’s pretty scary. Why does this happen? Many reasons – using insecure […]

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XSS Vulnerability Affecting Multiple WordPress Plugins – Get protected!

2016-10-20T13:02:13+00:00

Another warning about Wordpess Updates to your site! If you have my WP-SUB Package you are protected but if not you need to update your plugins because We use many of these plugins in your sites! 

Get WP-SUB NOW!

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Just-released WordPress 0day makes it easy to hijack millions of websites [Updated] | Ars Technica

2016-10-20T13:02:13+00:00

If you haven’t protected your WordPress Site yet – now is the time to get WP-SUB! Watch the video below to learn why!

Exploit code lets attackers gain administrative control sans authorization.

Source: Just-released WordPress 0day makes it easy to hijack millions of websites [Updated] | Ars Technica

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The Comment XSS Vulnerability is Not Affecting Sites Hosted by YSNM

2016-10-20T13:02:13+00:00

If your site is hosted by us and you have received an email from wordpress about the XSS Vulnerability, have no fear! We are already on top of it. Our awesome team had already put a patch into place within our hosting environment within a few hours of WordPress announcing it yesterday. This means that […]

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How safe is your WordPress Site from getting hacked? WordPress Security, Updates & Backups

2016-10-20T13:02:16+00:00

Recently my email has been exploding with past clients asking – no, begging – for help with their WordPress websites. Often it is a security message in their browser saying their site is no longer secure:

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