Author Archives: Paul Kim

WordCamping with VaultPress

One of our favorite parts of summer is the way there seems to be a WordCamp happening somewhere in the world every weekend. July is no exception this year, and we’re excited to be sponsoring three upcoming WordCamps here in … Continue reading

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Making the WordPress Universe Safer

Danny Dagan’s post today about an unexpected benefit of VaultPress struck a chord with us. One of the positive side effects of the work we do to scan our customers’ WordPress installations for vulnerabilities is making a number of plugins … Continue reading

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VaultPress Stories: mimoYmima.com

Brent Lagerman of Brooklyn-based web design shop mimoYmima.com talks about their experiences building and maintaining client sites using WordPress. — Paul, one of the VaultPress Safekeepers Our primary WordPress site is our portfolio at mimoYmima.com, which is where we show … Continue reading

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VaultPress Stories: DudeRanch.com

Peter Askew runs DudeRanch.com, which promotes dude ranches as a vacation destination to the traveling public. He’s a self-hosted WordPress user and a fan of open-source software. — Paul, one of the VaultPress Safekeepers My primary WordPress site is DudeRanch.com, … Continue reading

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VaultPress Stories: Jesse Liberty

Jesse Liberty is a Senior Program Manager for Microsoft in the Developer Guidance Group. His current focus is the Full Stack Project that he is creating with Jon Galloway. His WordPress blog lives at JesseLiberty.com. — Paul, one of the … Continue reading

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