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Hackers Love Expired Domains

Hackers Love Expired Domains

Sometimes, website owners no longer want to own a domain name and they allow it to expire without attempting to renew it. This happens all the time and is totally normal, but it’s important to remember that attackers regularly monitor domain expirations and may target...
WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: November 2020, Part 2

WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: November 2020, Part 2

New WordPress plugin and theme vulnerabilities were disclosed during the second half of November. This post covers the recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes on your website. The...
How to keep a log & track 404 errors in WordPress

How to keep a log & track 404 errors in WordPress

When it comes to annoying website errors, not many are more irritating to your visitors than 404 error pages. In most cases, your visitor will have clicked through from either a search result or an internal link placed on another page or post, only to find that...
Hidden SEO Spam Link Injections on WordPress Sites

Hidden SEO Spam Link Injections on WordPress Sites

Often when a website is injected with SEO spam, the owner is completely unaware of the issue until they begin to receive warnings from search engines or blacklists. This is by design — attackers intentionally try to prevent detection by arranging injected links so...