WPMU DEV Review: Features, Pricing and Details

In a world where time is money, you want tools that save you time, giving you room to make more money. When you manage multiple WordPress sites, your task list is enormous, but repetitive. A good WordPress site management tool will automate those repetitive tasks and save you a lot of time.  A management tool…

ManageWP vs InfiniteWP: A Head-To-Head Comparison

It is a constant battle to stay ahead of WordPress site maintenance; especially if you are a successful agency juggling care plans across multiple customers. Updating plugins on one site is manageable, but multiply that by 10 sites and the complexity rises. Monitoring and optimizing each site can feel like you’re constantly putting out fires….

MalCare’s Atomic Security Outsmarts RegistrationMagic Privilege Escalation Vulnerability

MalCare’s Atomic Security has emerged as the only firewall that protects against attacks exploiting a vulnerability found in the popular RegistrationMagic plugin. In fact, the attacks were blocked even before the vulnerability was discovered.  This shows the efficacy of a WordPress-specific firewall solution like Atomic Security in safeguarding WordPress sites.  What is the vulnerability? Plugin…

CMS Commander Review: Features, Pricing, Pros and Cons

WordPress website maintenance is the digital equivalent of housekeeping, with a lot less dust and a lot more data. It’s a series of repetitive tasks that you manage at regular intervals. From patching vulnerabilities to polishing pages, it’s all about keeping your digital doorstep welcoming and safe. Imagine it to be like a robot vacuum…

ManageWP vs MainWP: A Head-To-Head Comparison

When it comes to website maintenance, efficiency isn’t just an option; it’s an essential. Without diligent management, your website is exposed to numerous risks.  The user experience could degrade, you could lose your Google search engine rankings or lose a customer. Attempting to personally oversee these aspects can not only become a Herculean task but…

How to add CAPTCHA to your WordPress site

Are you tired of sifting through endless spam on your WordPress site and feeling you’re constantly under siege by automated bots? Dealing with unwanted comments, form submissions, and login attempts can leave even the most seasoned site owners searching for solutions. Is there a way to block these harmful bots without hindering the experience of…

Reset User Passwords Quickly with MalCare

Imagine your website as a fortress that just survived a siege. The attackers have been repelled, but what if they left secret backdoors open, ready to sneak back in? This isn’t just a medieval fantasy but a modern digital dilemma. After a cyberattack, every user account on your site becomes a suspect entry point, potentially…

MalCare’s New Post-Hack Auto-Cache Clean Feature

Ever cleaned your house so thoroughly only to find a hidden stash of dust or trash you missed? That’s quite like dealing with your website after a malware attack. You might have scrubbed away all the malware, applied security patches, and thought you sealed all backdoors. Yet, your website might still be under threat, not…

MalCare Proactively Blocks 10,000+ Attacks Targeting LiteSpeed Cache XSS Vulnerability

MalCare has been proactively blocking over 10,000 cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks targeting customer websites. These attacks attempt to exploit a vulnerability found in the popular LiteSpeed Cache plugin. Although the vulnerability was discovered and patched in October 2023, the spate of recent attacks shows that many websites have not updated their LiteSpeed Cache plugins to…

MalCare’s New Firewall XSS Rules

Of late, XSS attacks have become increasingly complex, using JavaScript functions to compromise websites. Such vulnerabilities can lead to severe consequences, including unauthorized admin creation and the installation of malware. Sites can be entirely taken over with a single attack request.  Our research and analysis revealed a troubling trend: the methods employed by attackers are…

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