7 Things to Protect Your WordPress Site From

There is no doubt about the popularity and usability of WordPress which empowers a supremely high number of sites around the world. It’s continuously increasing popularity is making it a Good choice for the hacking attacks. Hackers usually attack the websites which are not properly…

Why WordPress Website Security is Important?

WordPress Website Security

No doubt WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS that powering 31.1% of websites and still going on. In fact, it is one the fastest growing content management system. But here is something serious about WordPress… …the growing popularity of WordPress put it on the…

Best Free Tools to Detect WordPress Theme and Plugin Vulnerability

Why do you need to do this? The fact is that it does not matter where you got this or that plugin and theme. Rather, in fact, it is important. However, even downloaded plug-ins from the official repository can have versions that contain various vulnerabilities….

7 Essential Tips to Secure Your WordPress Website

Secure Your WordPress Website

WordPress, along with being one of the most widely used content management systems available on the web, is very prone to security issues! Many users have experienced their accounts getting hacked and other malware corrupting the data on WordPress. But don’t worry, along with the…

Statistics of WordPress Vulnerabilities for 2017 by ThreatPress

WordPress Vulnerabilities 2017

The Cybersecurity company ThreatPress has published a summary of WordPress vulnerabilities for the 2017 year. The infographic provides statistical information collected from ThreatPress database of WordPress vulnerabilities and data available on the WordPress.org website. The first number that draws the most attention is the number…

Sucuri vs Wordfence – Which WordPress Security Plugin should I Get?

Sucuri vs Wordfence – Which is worth your money? (2017) – CollectiveRay Did you know 80% of website traffic comes from bots, many of them malicious? That’s why we’ve compared Wordfence vs Sucuri when it comes to security. Who wins? Editorial StaffWP Breaking News is…

XMLRPC or WP-Login: Which do Brute Force Attackers Prefer

XMLRPC or WP-Login: Which do Brute Force Attackers Prefer This entry was posted in Research, Wordfence, WordPress Security on January 31, 2017 by Mark Maunder 55 Replies At Wordfence we constantly analyze attack patterns to improve the protection our firewall and malware scan provides. We…