TimThumb Vulnerability Bites Another Victim


For the second time in two years, Dan Tynans website, eSarcasm.com has been hacked, this time with code that redirected referrals from Google, Yahoo and other search engines to Viagra ad sites. After conducting a thorough security review with Code Garage.com, an online security scanning website similar to Securi, they discovered that the point of Read More

All Sorts Of Code Snippet Resources


Yesterday on Twitter, I was informed of a new WordPress code snippets library that sprang up called WPFunction.me. The site has an easy to use interface for grabbing code snippets. While at first, it seems as though you need to perform a lot of scrolling to select code snippets and get the code, you can Read More

One Way To Make WordPress Less Portable


WordPress has a reputation of being very portable but after reading a recent article on WPGarage.com, there is a certain condition in which the data in WordPress can become non-portable. It has to do with the serialization of data. However, they offer up a few different ways in which to deal with the problem so Read More

VaultPress – Not An Option For Non-Profit MultiSite Installations?


VaultPress is a cool security service by Automattic, but if you take a look at the pricing and plans, some may think that this is the luxury line of data safekeeping. However, tons of people that have had to utilize the restoration feature of VaultPress say it’s worth every penny. Boles University.com has a non-profit Read More

What Dev4Press Thinks WordPress Needs


Everyone has an opinion as to what WordPress needs and Dev4Press recently shared theirs on what they believe WordPress needs with regards to features. Any time I read a post like this, it’s as if I can hear the core team in my head yelling out “patches welcome“. But you know, just because you dedicate Read More

WordPress Stats Infographic Making The Rounds


A few weeks ago, I posted a link to an article Lorelle put together showcasing the various stats surrounding WordPress and its community. Joost de Valk has taken those stats as well as some others that his team discovered and generated an infographic that visually represents the data. One of the stats that I find Read More

The Biggest Challenge For WordPress?


WordPress’ biggest challenge over the next two years, and where we’re focusing core development, will be around evolving our dashboard to be faster and more accessible, especially on touch devices. Many of our founding assumptions about how, where, and why people publish are shifting, but the flexibility of WordPress as a platform and the tens Read More

Free Webinar On Locking Down WordPress


As part of their Make Waves series, iThemes will be conducting a free webinar with Dre Armeda of Sucuri.net to discuss how to lock down a WordPress installation. In this webinar, viewers will learn how to reduce their risk of being attacked by hackers and malware threats. The webinar takes placed on Wednesday, April 25th Read More

ManageWP To Soon Be Available As An iOS App


ManageWP, the service that makes it a breeze to manage multiple websites from one location has announced that they are currently developing an iOS application specifically for ManageWP. This move takes the ease of managing multiple websites to the next level. While the app is not yet available, there are a couple of screenshots of Read More

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