Basics for Securing WordPress – WordCamp Victoria 2011 Talk

This past weekend John and I took the ferry over to Victoria to participate in WordCamp Victoria. I was slated to speak as a part of a blogger panel with Lorraine Murphy and Mike Vardy, as well as give a talk about securing WordPress (for beginners, just the basics). While no voice-over commentary is included, […]

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Self-hosted WordPress users urgently advised to upgrade to version 2.8.4

WordPress version 2.8.4 came out in early August, and now there is a serious issue that has come to light for users whose installations are operating with previous versions. Otto42 of OttoDestruct, a key WordPress developer and supporter, reports that there is an “attack” on older versions of WordPress right now. The number of sites […]

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WordPress 2.6.2

It’s been a busy few weeks in between when WordPress 2.6.2 was launched and now, but it’s worth mentioning nonetheless. The main reason is because this release is a critical security upgrade, vital at keeping your site safe from anything malicious being done to your content. If you are unsure about the status of your […]

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