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Just How Safe Are WordPress Sites?

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Tweet With so many people in the world using WordPress to host their own personal blogs and business sites the question about how secure these sites are has been growing in recent months, especially after attacks aimed at WordPress have become more common place.  But just how safe is a WordPress site, well according to the experts, it depends on how you are using it. This is a preview of Just How Safe Are WordPress Sites?. Read the full post (431 words, 1 image, estimated 1:43 mins reading time)
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WordPress Vulnerabilities Now Available For All To See

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Tweet The popularity of WordPress to power sites around the world has meant that it is increasingly becoming a target for hackers looking to exploit the information held within WordPress sites. Now a new sit has been launched showing that it may be easier than you think to be able to hack WordPress after all. Security researcher Ryan Dewhurst has decided to show everyone just where the weaknesses and vulnerabilities in WordPress lie to try and warn people of potential dangers while also shaming…
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Microsoft Offer WordPress Solution

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Tweet WordPress continues to be one of the most popular ways in the world to run a website and for the majority of people the service runs very smoothly, however for those who are attracting a large amount of traffic there can be issues but new features from the Microsoft Azure Websites is offering a solution to users. This is a preview of Microsoft Offer WordPress Solution. Read the full post (349 words, 1 image, estimated 1:24 mins reading time)
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WordPress Checks 600,000 Passwords After Gmail Hack

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Tweet WordPress users can feel safe in the knowledge that the company are constantly working to protect their security after WordPress acted to check and reset passwords that may have become vulnerable following the Gmail hack. This is a preview of WordPress Checks 600,000 Passwords After Gmail Hack. Read the full post (416 words, 1 image, estimated 1:40 mins reading time)