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How much does a hacked website cost your business? Here's what we found out.
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What do you think about on the weekends? Our team thinks about how to make Wordfence better. Read about how our QA lead improved scan performance with a subtle enhancement to our scan engine.
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What's a zero-day vulnerability? Learn how vulnerabilities are discovered, disclosed, and ultimately patched and what this means for your WordPress site.
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Wordfence May 25
Do you write PHP code or even WordPress plugins? Want to keep your code safe while providing the ultimate functionality for your users? Check out our guide to preventing file upload vulnerabilities.
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Wordfence May 25
Ever visit a website and get redirected into a bad neighborhood? Wonder how that happened? It's called a malicious redirect. Here's how to identify and remove them from a WordPress site.
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Wordfence May 24
Just getting started with WordPress security? Learn how WordPress security plugins work.
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Wordfence May 24
We're happy to help! Send us a message at presales@wordfence.com and we can provide more details about the site cleaning service. It includes a 90-day guarantee. Thanks for the recommendation, !
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Wordfence May 24
Do you like mysteries? Read about this cryptomining attack our analysts recently investigated.
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Mark Maunder May 24
Quick, our site cleaning price just dropped to 0.7X normal pricing. This doesn't happen often, so grab it while you can.
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Mark Maunder May 24
compliance done right: Rather than just posting a blog entry with closed comments, we are encouraging hard questions from our users and community to ensure we collaborate with you to reach a shared understanding. Great questions. Keep them coming!
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Mark Maunder May 24
Screen grab off our internal Slack. Another happy site cleaning customer. Our team absolutely loves this kind of feedback.
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Wordfence May 23
What's a SQL injection attack? Learn how these attacks work and how to prevent them.
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Wordfence May 23
Cryptocurrency mining are still exploiting WordPress sites. Here's some history behind the exploits.
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Wordfence May 23
Wordfence Is GDPR Compliant
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Wordfence May 23
Important update from Automattic about hijacked WordPress[dot]com accounts. Read it now on the Wordfence blog:
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Wordfence May 23
Replying to @airyt
It looks like you were sending from an email address that wasn't associated with your account. The tickets are in the queue and would be processed as soon as we got to them. I've just replied a few minutes ago.
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Wordfence May 23
5 Security Questions For Your Hosting Company
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Wordfence May 23
Hijacked Accounts Being Used To Infect Sites
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Wordfence May 22
How to Harden WordPress Sites - WordPress Security
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Wordfence May 22
Wordfence Is GDPR Compliant
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