Tag Archives: Malware

Securing WordPress Sites

WordPress.tv has an interesting video by Chris Wiegman of bit51 entitled Securing WordPress is Easier Than Making Coffee. If you have a WordPress site this is worth an hour of your time. He begins by showing how a seemingly trivial … Continue reading

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Securing WordPress Sites

This is another in my series of posts about keeping my blog (and yours) free from malware. Victor Granic over at switchwp has an excellent and reasonably comprehensive post on securing WordPress sites. I came across his post via Sacha … Continue reading

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Five Lessons From Being Hacked

Every since having Irreal suffer a malware exploit, I've been on the lookout for articles that will help me avoid another successful attack. I've already posted about several of these and today's post is another. Since these posts have become … Continue reading

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A Malware Debugging Tool From Google

After Irreal's recent malware incident I've been keeping an eye out for ways to avoid any further exploits and for taking remedial action in case Irreal is reinfected. The particular piece of malware that attacked Irreal was only interested in … Continue reading

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