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Keeping your WordPress website safe and secure

Securing Your Website with SSL

Securing Your Website with SSL

For the last few years, I have pushed the importance of making your website mobile friendly. Most everyone understands the need for a mobile site in today's world of mobile phones.  What's the next big thing in web design?  It's something called an SSL (which stands...

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3 Steps to Stop Spam on your WordPress Blog

3 Steps to Stop Spam on your WordPress Blog

Comment spam and contact form spam are annoying! Do you ever log into your Wordpress dashboard to find hundreds of pending comments that are all spam? It is not unusual to receive spam comments on your website or blog. Any amount of spam is frustrating, but when it is...

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Understanding Malware

Understanding Malware

Malware is a growing concern for website owners – especially those with Wordpress websites. Because Wordpress powers more than 24% of the web, it is becoming a popular target for hackers. According to CNN Money, nearly one million new malware threats are released...

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Best Security Practices for your Website

Best Security Practices for your Website

Here are some tips on protecting your Wordpress (or any type) website. Keep it Current:  Website software companies are constantly pushing out updates to their software.  While it may seem annoying, many of these updates contain patches for vulnerabilities that...

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Protect Your Website Investment, Gain Peace of Mind

Protect Your Website Investment, Gain Peace of Mind

It's inevitable, I suppose.  Servers crash, files disappear into cyberspace, we lose service.  We rely so much on technology and machines these days that when they fail, we panic.  I've been there - yesterday, in fact.  When a data center goes down, it affects...

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Lessons Learned from a New Year’s Eve Malware Attack

Lessons Learned from a New Year’s Eve Malware Attack

Just as I was about to settle in for the holiday weekend, I received an email from a client with a screenshot of their website - "Reported Site Attack. This site may harm your computer." Soon I received more websites with warnings. Before I knew it dozens of websites...

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