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Episode 102: Disruption Presents Opportunity

After a disruptive year in 2020, there are new challenges in 2021, but also immense opportunities in numerous fields. In a deep and wide-ranging conversation, Mark Maunder and Kathy Zant discuss artificial intelligence, whether or not we’re living in simulation,...
The Wordfence 2020 WordPress Threat Report

The Wordfence 2020 WordPress Threat Report

Over the course of 2020, and in the process of protecting over 4 million WordPress customers, the Wordfence Threat Intelligence team gathered a massive amount of raw data from attacks targeting WordPress and infection trends, in addition to the malware samples...
New Linux Server Vulnerability

New Linux Server Vulnerability

Security researchers at Qualys discovered a Privilege Escalation vulnerability in the Linux program sudo. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability to increase the privileges and take over the server. How does this server vulnerability affect WordPress websites? The...
WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: January 2021, Part 2

WordPress Vulnerability Roundup: January 2021, Part 2

New WordPress plugin and theme vulnerabilities were disclosed during the second half of January. 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. This weeks...
WordPress security & hardening, the definitive guide

WordPress security & hardening, the definitive guide

WordPress is massively popular. Around every one in five sites on the Internet uses WordPress in some form. Be that to run a humble blog, or a multi-site Content Management System (CMS) or eCommerce site. As a result, it is no surprise that WordPress websites are a...