Your Browser’s Spellchecker Leaks Your Password

November 22, 2022

Yay – we have yet another way in which companies like Google and Microsoft grab your sensitive data. Though in…

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Multiple High Priority Security Vulnerabilities In OpenLiteSpeed

November 11, 2022

This morning we woke up to a security disclosure report in our inbox which detailed multiple high priority security issues…

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That AWS Outage: Don’t Put All Your Eggs In One Basket

December 14, 2021

It seems as if it was only yesterday that the GoDaddy hack was revealed and we had some deep thoughts…

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Thoughts On The GoDaddy Hack

December 2, 2021

If you don’t already know, GoDaddy was the victim of a successful mass hacking attempt. Discovered in mid November, the…

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WPCloudDeploy 4.7.1: A Security-Focused Release

June 30, 2021

WPCD V 4.7.x has ZERO new features. Instead it is a release focused on bug-fixes, code improvement and, more importantly,…

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Deep Thoughts On Supply Chain Attacks

May 14, 2021

Supply chain attacks are becoming more prevalent and they pose a tremendous risk to everyone in the chain – developers,…

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When WordPress Professionals Publicly Trash-Talk WordPress

April 12, 2021

Ok, so this is less of an article and likely should be classified as a “rant”. You should definitely move…

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WPCloudDeploy 4.1.0 – A Security Focused Update Featuring WPScan & Dewhurst Security

October 28, 2020

Version 4.1.0 of WPCloudDeploy has only two new features. In fact, it probably has the least amount of new features…

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5 Best-Practices For New Servers Built On WPCloudDeploy

October 3, 2020

After you deploy a server using WPCloudDeploy you have multiple options to help protect it and keep it running properly.…

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Exposed API Keys: Handling A Nightmare Scenario

May 22, 2020

Recently we noticed a post on twitter about an exposed API key for Convertkit where the author of the tweet…

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The Security Risks Behind SaaS WordPress Management Panels

February 11, 2020

SAAS (software as a service) WordPress Management Panels are growing in popularity. These consoles allow you to spin up servers…

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