This map shows live hacking attempts on WordPress sites from around the world. WordPress powers one in six websites on the web today. Even more amazing is that all the power of WordPress itself is provided for free!
The image of website hackers as nerdy teens is an outdated image. Today’s hacker not only may belong to an organization or network but may also have purchased well-designed hacking software that is bundled with actual customer support. One of the more popular hacking techniques is a brute force program that guesses passwords, millions per […]
Prevention of hacking is really important. WordPress is very susceptible to hacking attempts due to the open source nature of the code. Since it’s easy for you to upload new versions of software for your site it’s also a possible vulnerability point for hacker access. Squarespace and other platform builders will take care of all software issues on […]