Author Archives: Krista Stevens

About Krista Stevens

I'm a runner, reader, writer, and editor.

VaultPress v.1.3 includes hotfix for WordPress vulnerabilities

Today, we released an update to the VaultPress plugin (1.3) to protect against recently identified security vulnerabilities in WordPress. You can read more about those vulnerabilities and the release of WordPress 3.3.2 here. To be proactive, we pushed version 1.3 … Continue reading

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Diff viewer allows you to see code changes in potential threats

As part of a recent series of improvements to VaultPress, we’ve implemented a Diff Viewer that will help you decide whether or not threats identified in Core WordPress files are bona fide. To see the Diff Viewer in action, click … Continue reading

Posted in Features

Toolbar notifications alert you to threats immediately

At VaultPress, we’re continuously taking snapshots of your site and we could discover a threat at any time. We’ve implemented toolbar notifications to alert you to threats and vulnerabilities so you can take care of them right away. Note that … Continue reading

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Threat or no sweat? VaultPress security scanning alerts you to threats you can repair immediately

At VaultPress, we recently improved our security scanning and notifications feature to alert you to site threats and vulnerabilities and allow you to repair them right away. Log in to your VaultPress dashboard and click on Security to check out … Continue reading

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Full restore or file restore? VaultPress leaves the choice up to you

If the bad guys hack your site, you might need to do a full restore, and VaultPress customers know we’ve got their back there. But, what if you’ve accidentally modified your theme? What if an updated plugin starts to misbehave … Continue reading

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