Should I still have a Blog on My Website?

Blogs have evolved from online diaries to fully fledged marketing tools. They showcase a company’s expertise, increase your SEO, and expose you to more consumers looking for just the right person to work on said thing. But they are a lot of work to create and maintain. In the end, do you still need a…

What are the Different Types of WordPress Vulnerabilities, Part 2: SQL Injection

We’re back with another chapter in our series on the different types of WordPress vulnerabilities. This chapter focuses on one of the more common types, SQL injections. Now without further ado, let’s talk vulnerabilities! What is an SQL Injection? An SQL injection is an attack where code is injected into your site, modifying the queries…

Knowing When to Change

There comes a point when everything starts to get a little bland. You do the same thing, day in and day out. You don’t even have to think about what to do next because you’ve been doing the same thing for who knows how long. Maybe it’s time for a change, or a refresh. And…

Making a More Accessible Website

Approximately 1 in 4 adults in the United States lives with a disability. These range from mobility issues, to vision impairment, hearing loss, and cognitive functions, and others not listed here. Creating a more accessible website may appear to be daunting at first, but considering that millions of Americans live with some sort of disability,…

Massive Attack Against 1.6 Million WordPress Websites

Wordfence reported a series of attacks that occurred the week of December 5th, resulting in 1.6 million WordPress websites being affected. The reported attacks came from over 16,000 IP’s over a total of 36 hours. Wordfence reported blocking more than 13.7 million attacks. Targeted Plugins and Themes Four WordPress plugins were targeted, and 15 Epsilon…