• What is PressARMOR™?

    The question “What is PressARMOR™?” comes up now and again here at Pagely, and this post aims to answer that question. PressARMOR™, in short, is a series of procedures we apply towards WordPress security on behalf of our customers. It is not, however, a magic bullet — vendors offering all-encompassing WordPress security solutions tend to

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  • HTTPoxy and WordPress.

    The vulnerability d’jour this week was named HTTPoxy, an applicable pun on pox and proxy. We have patched our servers for this already, and are here to take a few extra steps to help explain the vulnerability and hopefully spread a little knowledge. The first part of this post will explain how the HTTPoxy vulnerability

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  • The Wild West of Bots and Brute Forces

    The key to success is starting with a solid foundation. When it comes to succeeding at security, passwords are part of the foundation. Failure to choose a good password will equate to failure in security eventually– if not almost immediately. In the WordPress sphere of security, brute force attempts at account passwords by attackers is

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  • One Rogue Plugin: A noncanonical Star Wars and WordPress security story.

    Over the last week the news has been littered with stories about data leaks. From one of the biggest data leaks in history, the Panama Papers* to a movie that tells the story about a data leak a long time ago, in a galaxy far far away! “Rogue One” coming out in late 2016. Star

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  • Defeat the WordPress BotNet with this simple solution, use a pass-phrase.

    You have all likely heard about the recent rise in brute force attacks against WordPress, if you have not: Sucuri has been chronicling it for you. Here at Pagely we have the the best in class enterprise security appliances protecting our network, additional 2nd level mechanisms in place to throttle and block brute force attacks

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  • WordPress Security – An Infographic on common Malware and Attacks

    Editor’s Note: This post is from our archives, and not all content is still relevant. For a fresh look at our company & tech, we recommend these sections: The complete guide to WordPress security Our Managed WordPress Hosting Service Our Secure WordPress hosting solution Industry-specific Hosting Solutions Text: WordPress Security 58,701,915 WordPress sites in the

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  • Securing WordPress. There’s more to it than marketing hype.

    WordPress Security has gotten a lot of press (pun intended) of late. Every 3rd day there is new post, or guest post by someone driving home the importance of securing your WordPress install with proper file permissions, choosing strong passwords, and the like. Listen to them, and take heed as they are smart people telling

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