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A happiness engineer and a human being.

WordPress 4.2.4 Security Release

WordPress version 4.2.4 was released today, which is a security update for all previous WordPress versions. This version fixes three cross-site scripting vulnerabilities, as well as a potential SQL injection vulnerability in WordPress Comments that could be used to compromise a … Continue reading

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WordPress 4.2.3 Security Release

An important security update was released today for WordPress. This is a security release for all previous versions, and it fixes a cross-site scripting vulnerability which could allow users with the Contributor or Author role to compromise a website. WordPress versions 4.2.2 and … Continue reading

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Blind SQL Injection Vulnerability Found in WordPress SEO Plugin

A blind SQL injection vulnerability has been discovered in the popular WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast. An advisory was issued by the WPScanVulnerability Database after responsibly disclosing the vulnerability to the plugin author: The latest version at the time of writing … Continue reading

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Remote Access Options on VaultPress

VaultPress will always back up your website, even if it is only connected through the registered plugin on your WordPress website. However, to really speed things up and take advantage of our automated restore system, we recommend enabling one or more … Continue reading

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WordPress Security Q&A with VaultPress Vaultkeeper

Running a WordPress website means that you have to stay up-to-date with the best security measures in order to protect your website and data from any threats.  VaultPress Vaultkeeper and lead developer, Mark George, is joining us today for a Q&A … Continue reading

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