Using Innocent Roles to Hide Admin Users

All across the internet, we find guides and tutorials on how to keep your WordPress site secure. Most of them approach the concept of user roles, but not many actually approach the capabilities of those roles. The way the capabilities are handled on WordPress makes it quite easy to change what each role is allowed…

New WordPress Security Email Course

Recent statistics show that over 32% of website administrators across the web use WordPress. Unfortunately, the CMSs popularity comes at a price — attackers often seek out vulnerabilities to exploit and target unhardened WordPress sites. If a site is compromised, it often becomes the host of malicious malware or spam campaigns, harming your website’s reputation…

Why You Should Care about Website Security on Your Small Site

Most people assume that if their website has been compromised, there must have been an attacker evaluating their site and looking for a specific vulnerability to hack. Under most circumstances however, bad actors don’t manually hand-pick websites to attack since it’s a tedious and time consuming process. Instead, they rely on automation to identify vulnerable…

Hacking WordPress Sites on Shared Servers

A website is only as safe as the weakest link on its shared server. Once a hacker gains access to one site on the server, they can easily infect other sites that share the same server permissions. This is called cross-site contamination. When it comes to WordPress websites, the core structure is well known by……