How to Find & Fix Mixed Content Issues with SSL / HTTPS

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Note: We’ve updated this post to reflect the evolving security standards around mixed content, SSLs, and server access as a whole. With the web’s increased emphasis on security, all sites should operate on HTTPS. Installing an SSL allows you to make that transition with your website. But it can also have an unintended consequence for […]

WPScan Intro: How to Install the WordPress Vulnerability Scanner 

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What does your WordPress site look like to hackers? Would it be tough to crack? Or does it have unlocked doors and unlatched windows just waiting for someone to try them? If you want to run a security test on your WordPress site that’ll reveal its weaknesses, get familiar with WPScan.   Even though most hackers don’t have insider knowledge of your site’s weaknesses, there’s a lot […]

WordPress Continues to Fall Victim to Carding Attacks

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Unsurprisingly, as WordPress continues to increase in popularity as an e-commerce platform, attackers continue to attempt to steal credit card information from unsuspecting clients. Currently, the WordPress plugin WooCommerce accounts for roughly a quarter of all online stores. Over recent years, attackers whose goal it is to fradulently obtain credit card information have mostly focused on e-commerce specific platforms such as Magento, PrestaShop and OpenCart (knowing […]