Enterprise-Grade Security For WordPress Sites

According to the FBI, cyber intrusions are becoming “‘more commonplace, more dangerous, and more sophisticated.” WordPress now powers 29% of the web, making it a target for security attacks. At WP Engine, we know what dangers this can present to Continue reading Enterprise-Grade Security For WordPress Sites

Keylogging Malware Infects More Than 5,000 WordPress Sites

The cloudflare.solutions domain has been taken down after infecting thousands of WordPress sites with cryptocurrency mining and keylogging malware posing as script from trusted web services, according to a Sucuri blog post. The malware had infected at least 5,492 WordPress Continue reading Keylogging Malware Infects More Than 5,000 WordPress Sites

Keylogging Malware Infects More Than 5,000 WordPress Sites

The cloudflare.solutions domain has been taken down after infecting thousands of WordPress sites with cryptocurrency mining and keylogging malware posing as script from trusted web services, according to a Sucuri blog post. The malware had infected at least 5,492 WordPress Continue reading Keylogging Malware Infects More Than 5,000 WordPress Sites

Group Calls on Web Hosts to Shut Down “Ghost Gun” Sites

Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence sent letters to DreamHost and Shopify over the weekend, asking the hosting service providers to disable the GhostGunner.net and GhostGuns.com websites. The request comes in the wake of news that the mass murder in Continue reading Group Calls on Web Hosts to Shut Down “Ghost Gun” Sites

Group Calls on Web Hosts to Shut Down “Ghost Gun” Sites

Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence sent letters to DreamHost and Shopify over the weekend, asking the hosting service providers to disable the GhostGunner.net and GhostGuns.com websites. The request comes in the wake of news that the mass murder in Continue reading Group Calls on Web Hosts to Shut Down “Ghost Gun” Sites

77% of 433,000 Sites Use Vulnerable JavaScript Libraries

Last week, we released our first annual State of Open Source Security report. One of the discoveries the report mentions is that an analysis of around 433,000 sites found that 77% of them use at least one front-end JavaScript library Continue reading 77% of 433,000 Sites Use Vulnerable JavaScript Libraries

Code 3 UI Components with Rafi of the Foundation Team (Flexbox Series Ep. 7)

Welcome to the finale of this 7-part Foundation Flexbox Tutorial Series. In this lesson, you’ll take everything we’ve covered throughout this series and build 3 … source

Implementing A Service Worker For Single-Page App WordPress Sites – Smashing Magazine

With so many JavaScript frameworks around, single-page application (SPA) websites seem to be all the rage nowadays. However, an SPA architecture has the drawback of having a slower first-page load than a server-based application, because all of the JavaScript templates used to render Continue reading Implementing A Service Worker For Single-Page App WordPress Sites – Smashing Magazine

Performance vs. Security — How to Strike the Balance for WordPress Sites

It’s understandable to scoff at the idea of a football player taking ballet lessons. But while the image of a 320-pound lineman in a tutu may be a bit over the top, the analogy is the perfect comparison to the Continue reading Performance vs. Security — How to Strike the Balance for WordPress Sites