This articles reports on active exploit attempts targeting the BackupBuddy plugin vulnerability.
This articles decodes a pice of malware that leads us to the attackers C&C.
This articles how hackers hijack a websites SERPs with SEO SPAM links.
This articles explores 17,000 spam links on a hacked WordPress website.
This articles explains what hackers do with WordPress once they successfully hack a website.
This articles explains how the WordPress JSON API and XMLRPC can be used to attack WordPress website using Brute Force techniques.
This article describes how to troubleshoot errors with PHP-FPM, specifically with WordPress requiring FTP / SFTP.
This article explains how to reset the root password in MySQL when it is empty.
This articles provides a PSA for the WordPress 5.8.3 security release.
This articles explains why it is important to block administrative panels on platforms like WordPress.
This articles provides a guide on how to harden WordPress to keep hackers out of the website.
This articles talks about forcing updates in the WordPress platform, and provides opinions on how that effects user defined intent.
This article shows how attacks against WordPress are mostly automated.