A 2022 WordPress security survey shared that about 43% of admins spend up to three hours each month on security measures, often focusing on fixing hacked sites. Are you in a similar situation? Here are eight steps you can take to regain control and secure your website against future attacks.
As a leading encryption provider, we often receive inquiries from individuals and businesses dealing with hacked WordPress sites. They frequently ask, "My WordPress site has been hacked. What should I Continue Reading
BuiltWith data currently shows that 80+ million customers use SSL by Default. Is your website using HTTPS by default? If not, you could lose visitors and hurt your bottom line.
HTTPS, or hypertext transport protocol secure, is how information is securely transmitted on the internet. Enabling HTTPS on your WordPress website is a must for organizations that value data security and want their websites to rank on Google.
In this article, we'll guide you on how to force redirect HTTP to Continue Reading
A recent SiteCheck report reveals that around 11,000 websites were infected with sneaky malware that redirects visitors to fraudulent ad-viewing sites.
Malware can harm websites in various ways, including through "WordPress hacked redirects" (sometimes called a “WordPress website redirect hack”). Much like the name implies, this occurs when hackers exploit compromised websites to redirect visitors to their dangerous sites, leading to significant consequences for website owners Continue Reading
Web security is a pressing concern as approximately 30,000 websites are hacked daily, with more than 43% of websites use WordPress as its content management system (CMS).
As a web security company, clients often ask us how to check if your WordPress site has been hacked. As a business or website owner, you must be aware of the potential hacking risks on your WordPress site. But, detecting whether your site has been hacked can be a challenge.
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Around 4.3% of WordPress sites scanned by SiteCheck in 2021 were infected, representing over 1 in 25 websites. Protect your website by following WordPress security best practices: update software, use robust passwords, and avoid the aftermath of a cyber attack.
While it is challenging to eradicate WordPress security risks completely, they can be significantly reduced by implementing effective measures to mitigate them. As a website owner, you have the power to plan and execute the best WordPress Continue Reading
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52% of WordPress vulnerabilities result from outdated plugins. Explore 10 things you can do to mitigate these and other website security issues to increase your WordPress website security.
WordPress, a widely used CMS, powers 43.2% of websites. However, its popularity has made it a prime target for cybercriminals exploiting WordPress security weaknesses, such as outdated software Continue Reading
Among global companies that Hiscox ranks as experts (based on their cyber readiness model), 36% report their website as the first point of entry for attackers. We’ll break down 10 common website security risks & 10 tips for how to secure your website without breaking the bank
There are few things worse than sitting down to work in the morning and realizing that your website has been hacked overnight. As if losing sales isn’t bad enough, having a hacked website also means that your Continue Reading
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Don’t leave your private data vulnerable to hackers. Avoid these common mistakes by making simple changes to protect yourself!
We’ve all heard the stats about cybercrime and how big of a deal it is:
Cybercriminals earn $1.5 trillion each yearMost victims are individuals and small
businessesSecurity breaches have gone up by 67% over the
past 5 yearsCybercrime will soon cause $6 trillion in annual
damages – that’s about $1,500 per internet user in the world23% of Americans are victims Continue Reading
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Over the past few weeks the digital certificate industry, as well as the greater cybersecurity community, have been busy debating adding a new root certificate. In their attempts to find a technical reason to disqualify the new root request, a researcher inadvertently turned up a misconfiguration in the EJBCA CA tool that many other CAs use to generate serial numbers.
According to the Baseline Requirements that Continue Reading