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WPScan Intro: How to Scan for WordPress Vulnerabilities

WPScan Intro: How to Scan for WordPress Vulnerabilities

In this post, we look at how to use WPScan. The tool provides you a better understanding of your WordPress website and its vulnerabilities. Be sure to check out our post on ...

Teaching Cybersecurity to Children

A new draft of an Australian educational curriculum proposes teaching children as young as five cybersecurity: The proposed curriculum aims to teach five-year-old children — an age at which Australian kids first ...
How to Find & Fix Mixed Content Issues with SSL / HTTPS

How to Find & Fix Mixed Content Issues with SSL / HTTPS

Note: We’ve updated this post to reflect the evolving security standards around mixed content, SSLs, and server access as a whole. With the web’s increased emphasis on security, all sites should operate ...

WPScan Intro: How to Install the WordPress Vulnerability Scanner 

What does your WordPress site look like to hackers? Would it be tough to crack? Or does it have unlocked doors and unlatched windows just waiting for someone to try them? If you want to run a security ...
WordPress Continues to Fall Victim to Carding Attacks

WordPress Continues to Fall Victim to Carding Attacks

Unsurprisingly, as WordPress continues to increase in popularity as an e-commerce platform, attackers continue to attempt to steal credit card information from unsuspecting clients. Currently, the WordPress plugin WooCommerce accounts for roughly a quarter of all online stores. Over recent years, attackers whose ...
What is a DDoS Attack & How to Stop It

How to Know If You Are Under DDoS Attack

Nowadays, the term DDoS probably raises the heart rate of most webmasters. Though many don’t know exactly what a DDoS attack is, they do know the effect: an extremely sluggish or shut-down ...
How to Prevent Data Loss with Website Backups

The Importance of Website Backups

Today is World Backup Day. This date was created to remind people of the importance of having backups set up for everything that matters. I am pretty sure your website falls into the category of precious digital assets.   Why ...

How Do Websites Get Hacked?

As much as the web has grown, surprisingly not a lot has changed in how websites get hacked. The most important thing you can do in keeping the web – and your ...
Trojan Spyware and BEC Attacks

Trojan Spyware and BEC Attacks

When it comes to an organization’s security, business email compromise (BEC) attacks are a big problem. One primary reason impacts are so significant is that attacks often use a human victim to ...
UCEPROTECT: When RBLs Go Bad

UCEPROTECT: When RBLs Go Bad

Realtime Blackhole Lists (RBLs) can be a great tool in your security arsenal. You may not know you’re using them, but all email providers and company email servers leverage these services to ...