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WordPress Security Best Practices Infographic

WordPress Security Best Practices Infographic

Our WordPress Security Best Practices Infographic will help you improve your WordPress site security and lower the risk of being hacked. In April/May 2013 a large botnet was used to attack WordPress websites using a brute force attack.  In simple terms it tried...
WordPress Security Best Practices

WordPress Security Best Practices

Here are my slides from last nights WordPress Sydney Central meetup on WordPress Security Best Practices. Also check out our WordPress Security Infographic. I’ve been wanting to cover the topic of WordPress security ever since the automated bot attack against...
Installing Linux Malware Detect on a CentOS 6 VPS

Installing Linux Malware Detect on a CentOS 6 VPS

As a prelude to my upcoming WordPress Sydney meetup talk on WordPress Security I’m going to show you how you can beef up security on your Virtual Private Server (VPS) by installing a piece of software called Linux Malware Detect or LMD. What is Malware? OK – let’s...
What is the Future of Mobile Web Browsing?

What is the Future of Mobile Web Browsing?

As more of us are using tablets, Androids, iPhones and other mobile devices to access the Interwebs, so just what is the future of mobile web browsing? We asked Duane Storey, co-founder of BraveNewCode for his expert views on the subject. BraveNewCode is the...
What’s New in WordPress 3.6 and Beyond

What’s New in WordPress 3.6 and Beyond

At the August WordPress Sydney meetup we had a WordPress 3.6 night, looking at what’s new, the Twenty Thirteen theme and some of the features we may see in WordPress 3.7 (due October 2013) and WordPress 3.8 (due December 2013). We also had a quick look at the MP6...