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Whenever there’s trouble, we’re there on the double!

Recently a client of ours, who hosts their website through Go Daddy, was cyber attacked.   Luckily, this client has a monthly service package with us, so we caught it right away.  Unluckily, the [...]

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How Akismet can fight spam on your WordPress site?

How Akismet can fight spam on your WordPress site? Do you hate spam? Of course you do. And if you have a WordPress website, you know that spam comments come in all the time. Those comments are [...]

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Injection Vulnerabilities: Learn from the latest WordPress vulnerability and why this is a major issue

Injection Vulnerabilities: Learn from the latest WordPress vulnerability and why this is a major issue 2017 has started with a tough couple of months when it comes to securing our websites. With [...]

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SQL Injection Vulnerability in Ninja Forms

If you are running Ninja forms, check your version immediately. The experts at Sucuri run regular audits on their Sucuri Firewall and discovered a major vulnerability in  Ninja Forms in versions [...]

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Jetpack Plugin Security Advisory

The wonderful team at Sucuri, a website security firm has found a concerning Cross Site Scripting vulnerability in a widely used plugin called Jetpack. During their regular research audits of [...]

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Web Security and Why You Should Be Concerned

As the number of websites online continue to grow, so does the market for hackers to steal personal and intellectual information. Have you thought about security when developing or finding a [...]

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WordPress Update 4.5.2

On May 6th, 2016 WordPress put out an important security update for WordPress, version 4.5.2. Red technologies strongly suggest you update WordPress as soon as you can to the latest security [...]

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WordPress 4.5 & Visual Composer Issues

A couple of weeks ago, WordPress released a new major update of WordPress, version 4.5. With it came a lot of cool new updates, including some work with the visual editor that included things [...]