Security

SSL Protected

FAQs about SSLs

I've been seeing a lot of questions about SSL certificates lately, and I wanted to give some answers so you can make an informed decision when it comes to your...
SSL Protected

An SSL Certificate does not secure your site!

Say WHAT? You read that right. An SSL Certificate does not secure your site. This is a common misconception that needs to be cleared up. What is an SSL certificate?...
Strong Passwords

What to do after your WordPress site has been hacked.

So often, I get emails from people that look like this: "HELP! MY SITE HAS BEEN HACKED! WHAT DO I DO?" WordPress is the top content management system on the...
Security Plugins

Don’t assume that because your site is small, it won’t get hacked.

I remember a simpler time when the thought of having your website hacked was not even a thought at all. You post stuff on the web, and never think about...
run your software updates

Whose responsibility is it to run updates? Site owner or site developer?

If you are setting up or running a site with WordPress, there are going to be updates. Updates to your core software. Updates to your plugins. Updates to your themes....
Strong Passwords

When it comes to WordPress security, strong passwords are key

Raise your hand if you use the same password, or the same two or three passwords for every website? Go ahead, I won't judge you. Yes, I used to be...