Post Category Archive A collection of posts we have categorized in WordPress Security

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…
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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…
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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: Our Managed WordPress Hosting Service Articles on WordPress for Business Industry-specific Hosting Solutions Text:…
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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…
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Building Pagely Part3: Early Scaling and Security

This is the third installment of a mulitpart part series where we aim to share with you some of the technical aspects of what powers the Managed WordPress Hosting system we developed here at page.ly, how we started, the recent server improvements…
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