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Why Would a Hacker Attack My Website?

This is a common question you might ask when your worst nightmare starts coming true. Why would a hacker attack

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How to Fix “This Account Has Been Suspended” Message On Your Website

The “This Account has been suspended” message can appear on your website for various reasons, but regardless of why access

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Securing Port 443: The Gateway To A New Universe

At Wordfence our business is to secure over 4 million WordPress websites and keep them secure. My background is in

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WordPress Vulnerability Report – June 29, 2022

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent

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How to Find & Clean Up the AnonymousFox Hack

The AnonymousFox hack targets insecure websites and actively exploits them to spread phishing, spam, and other malware. A major nuisance

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What is an Authentication Bypass Vulnerability? 7 Things to Know

What exactly is an authentication bypass vulnerability in WordPress, and how can you protect your site against it? Responsible WordPress

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2021 Threat Report Webinar

The threat landscape is constantly shifting. As attackers continue to hone their tools and exploit new vulnerabilities, our team works

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WordPress Vulnerability Report – June 22, 2022

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent

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Tips for WP-Config & How to Avoid Sensitive Data Exposure

The wp-config file is a powerful core WordPress file that is vital for running your website. It contains important configuration

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