WordPress Security: WordPress 5.7.1

WordPress 5.7.1 patches two security vulnerabilities, so if your website has not automatically upgraded to a secure version, please upgrade your WordPress installation as soon as possible.

WordPress Application Password: What do you need to know?

In version 5.6, WordPress introduced the application password. This can be a useful feature, or a dangerous one. What do you need to know about it?

Security Alert: Adobe Flash Reaches End of Life

Adobe Flash will no longer receive security updates, and starting January 12, 2021, Flash content will be blocked. What does this mean for you?

What Motivates a Hacker?

What motivates a hacker? Why would a hacker be interested in your website, even if it’s small? Find out, and learn how to keep them out.

WordPress Security: WordPress 5.5.2 and 5.5.3 release

WordPress 5.4.2 patches six security vulnerabilities, so if your website has not automatically upgraded to a secure version, please upgrade your WordPress installation as soon as possible.

How to Share a Password Securely

How can you create good passwords and share them securely? Find out best practices and suggested services here.

WordPress Security Alert: WordPress 5.4.2 release

WordPress 5.4.2 patches six security vulnerabilities, so if your website has not automatically upgraded to a secure version, please upgrade your WordPress installation as soon as possible.

WordPress Security Alert: WordPress 5.4.1 release

WordPress 5.4.1 patches seven security vulnerabilities, so if your website has not automatically upgraded to a secure version, please upgrade your WordPress installation as soon as possible.

Zoom, Remote Work, Security, and Privacy

Due in part to is ever-increasing popularity, Zoom is now coming under scrutiny for its security and privacy practices. What are the issues, and should you be concerned?