Symptoms of a hacked website can vary wildly. A concerning security alert from Google, a browser warning when you visit your site, or even a notice from your hosting provider that they’ve taken down your website — all of these events may indicate that your site has been hacked. Fortunately, there are a number of quick (and free) ways you can check and find out if your website has been compromised.
Headless CMS solutions take this a step further, decoupling the back-end source of the website content from its presentation on the front end. This makes for faster, safer, and more flexible sites that can handle rapid scaling and pivoting.
In this post, I’ll be breaking down the WordPress ecosystem along with some security best practices to help you understand whether WordPress is safe and how to protect your site from attacks.
In today’s post, we’ll be outlining the top twelve website hardening steps you can take to harden your website and enhance the security of your environment.
Regularly testing your ecommerce website’s performance will ensure it’s running at an optimal level. There are plenty of free resources available to help. Here is a list of free tools to test your website. There are tools to measure download speed, monitor user experience, test accessibility, locate broken links, evaluate search engine and browser compatibility, and check mobile friendliness. All of these tools have free plans, and most offer premium options.
In this article I am going to give tips on how to clean your server environment so that you can reduce clutter, optimize performance, and protect your website.
If you’re running WordPress sites, you’ve probably heard the term “latest PHP version” thrown around. Well-known sites like Facebook and Wikipedia are websites developed using the PHP language. Additionally, 40% of the web is powered by WordPress which is built using PHP. But, what is it? And why do you have to use the latest version?
In this post, we’ll be going over why outdated PHP versions can lead to an increase in vulnerabilities with your website and how you can minimize these risks to protect your site and your visitors.
Third-party scripts provide a wide range of useful functionality, making the web more dynamic, interactive, and interconnected. These scripts may be crucial to your website’s functionality or revenue stream. But third-party scripts also come with many risks that should be taken into consideration to minimize their impact while still providing value. Why do you need to be careful about third-party scripts?