Monthly Archives: December 2016

US Govt Data Shows Russia Used Outdated Ukrainian PHP Malware

US Govt Data Shows Russia Used Outdated Ukrainian PHP Malware The United States government earlier this year officially accused Russia of interfering with the US elections. Earlier this year on October 7th, the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a joint statement that began: “The U.S. Intelligence Community (USIC) […]

WordPress Table Prefix: Changing It Does Nothing to Improve Security

WordPress Table Prefix: Changing It Does Nothing to Improve Security There is an idea that was popularized a few years ago that if you change WordPress table prefix in your database, it helps protect your WordPress website from attackers. Changing your WordPress table prefix is risky to implement and it does absolutely nothing to enhance […]

Critical Vulnerability in PHPMailer. Affects WP Core.

Critical Vulnerability in PHPMailer. Affects WP Core. A critical remote code execution vulnerability in PHPMailer has been discovered by Polish researcher Dawid Golunski. The vulnerability was announced on legalhackers.com yesterday but proof of concept exploit details were not included. Unfortunately someone posted a proof of concept to exploit-db and to github a few hours ago demonstrating how […]

20 Marketing Tools For Small Business Owners.

  Email marketing and marketing automation MailChimp: I never hesitate to recommend MailChimp to anyone that needs to send email newsletters. The interface is great, the out-of-the box templates look professional, and you can start for free. And, as you grow, MailChimp has more sophisticated features that help you automate your marketing, without the complexity […]

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