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What is the Proper Order for Updating WordPress?

September 7, 2022 | 0 Comments

Should I Update WordPress or Plugins First? (Proper Update Order) WPBeginner.com September 7, 2022 Often beginners don’t install updates because they are afraid of breaking their site. Updating your WordPress site in the correct order will help you prevent common errors and troubleshoot more [Read more..]

Important WordPress 5.8.3 Security Release

January 9, 2022 | 0 Comments

Many WordPress sites today have set the installation to auto-update when new versions of WordPress or your WordPress plugins are released. If you are one of them, your site should have received the update automatically by now. You can double check that you are running the 5.8.3 version. If not, do [Read more..]

WordPress and PHP 8.0: Current status

September 11, 2021 | 0 Comments

Just a quick update: Since the release of PHP8, we have had several WordPress updates and the most recent versions of WordPress appear to run well on PHP8. However, the remaining problem remains the WordPress plugins and custom themes, which probably affects almost all active WordPress sites. Many [Read more..]

Security vulnerabilities in Several Elementor Addons

April 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

Recent Patches Rock the Elementor Ecosystem by Ram Gall, Wordfence April 13, 2021 Over the last few weeks, the Wordfence Threat Intelligence team has responsibly disclosed vulnerabilities in more than 15 of the most popular addon plugins for Elementor, which are collectively installed on over 3.5 [Read more..]

WordPress: Contact Form 7 File Upload Vulnerability

December 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

A Challenging Exploit: The Contact Form 7 File Upload Vulnerability by Ram Gall, Wordfence.com Dec 17, 2020 Contact Form 7, arguably the most widely used WordPress plugin, released a security patch for an unrestricted file upload vulnerability in all versions 5.3.1 and lower. The WordPress plugin [Read more..]

New features in WordPress 5.6

December 9, 2020 | 0 Comments

Five awesome new features in WordPress 5.6 Yoast.com Dec 9, 2020 Test your site in WordPress 5.6​ As always, a big new update means loads of fixes, enhancements and changes. Most of the time, everything will work without issue but there’s no harm in being careful. In WordPress 5.6, there’s a [Read more..]

Emergency WP 5.5.3 Release

October 30, 2020 | 0 Comments

Emergency WP 5.5.3 Release​ by Matt Barry, Wordfence.com Oct 30, 2020 If you have your WordPress sites set for automatic updates, this is rolling out tonight. If not, you need to update to WP 5.5.3 immediately.​ The WordPress core team has released an emergency release of WordPress 5.5.3, just [Read more..]

Facebook & Instagram embeds on WordPress will break soon

October 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

Facebook & Instagram embeds on WordPress break soon​ by Edwin Toonen, Yoast.com 21 October 2020 Some time ago, Facebook announced that it would change the way it handles embeds on other sites. From October 24, you can no longer simply paste your links in WordPress to make your Facebook and [Read more..]

WordPress 5.5 update breaks plugins: Here’s the fix.

August 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

The latest version of WordPress (5.5) has the potential to break some plugins. This article provides a fix. WordPress version 5.5 update breaking Plugins: Here’s the fix! by Tanmay Patange, TheWindowsClub.com August 12, 2020 WordPress recently released WordPress version 5.5. The software [Read more..]

WordPress Sites Targeted in Large-Scale Attacks

May 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

Make sure you have adequate security in place both on your server and on your WordPress sites. WP Sites Targeted in Large-Scale Attacks by Ram Gall, Wordfence.com May 5, 2020 Wordfence has been tracking a sudden uptick in attacks targeting Cross-Site Scripting(XSS) vulnerabilities that began on [Read more..]
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