Summer is in full swing, and for some of us, that means vacation and travel. If you have to sneak some work in during your vacation, make sure that you follow these computer security tips for travel to keep your information safe.
Security protection and updates are a key element of the services RED provides to clients on an ongoing basis. We specialize in WordPress websites, and an important part of having a WordPress website means keeping up with maintenance and security updates. We offer monthly security packages that include regular website backups, security monitoring, upgrades, testing,…
How good are you at recognizing phishing scam emails? Practice makes perfect – take a look at this email we received, and see if you can spot the tell-tale signs that it’s a phishing email.
If you use Firefox, be sure you’re using the latest version. Firefox version 67.0.3 patches an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability.
Technical debt is a concept that affects your WordPress website. Find out what it means, and what you can do to lessen its effects.
Many devices tout fingerprints as security now: laptop computers, cell phones, iPads… but is it a good idea?
Cross-site contamination may be a security risk for your website if you are on shared web hosting. But what exactly does it mean, and how you can prevent cross-site contamination?
Phishing can be used for various types of scams – it is the easiest way for a hacker to gain access to your sensitive data. The best way to protect your organization is by learning to recognize phishing scams and avoid them.
March 13, 2019 update: WordPress 5.1.1 released. Yesterday, March 12th, WordPress released version 5.1.1, which is a security release fixing issues in 5.1 and earlier. The original version of this article stated that versions prior to 4.9.9 should not be used. With the 5.1.1 security release, WordPress has now also released secure versions as far…