Month: September 2016

WordPress Hacking Prevention

Last Updated: 29th September 2016 Lately I’ve been dealing with a lot of hacked WordPress websites. It’s the same story every time. The site was developed years ago and no one’s bothered to update it since. The ancient version of WordPress and outdated plugins, all of which are full of security flaws, opened the site up to hacking attempts. When you’re dealing with any kind of Content Management System, this kind of situation would leave you open to hacking attempts. But with WordPress being the most popular CMS in the… Read more »