LastPass bug leaks credentials from the previous site

LastPass has released a fix last week. Vulnerability details are now public. Users advised to update. Password manager LastPass has released an update last week to fix a security bug that exposes credentials entered on a previously visited site. The bug was discovered last month by Tavis Ormandy, a security researcher with Project Zero, Google’s […]

Magento Recommendations for PHP Vulnerabilities

On September 3, Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) has issued an alert related to multiple vulnerabilities that could allow for arbitrary code execution and a recommendation that all sites using PHP should update to the latest PHP version ASAP (full alert is available here). Read on for impacts and steps for Magento Commerce […]

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How to Fix WordPress White Screen of Death

Nothing is worse than loading your website and seeing a blank, white screen. No error message, no clear problem, just the white screen of death, making it inaccessible to both administrators and visitors Today we are going to walk you through six common issues that arise with the WordPress white screen of death, the most […]

WordPress 5.2.3 fixes new clutch of security vulnerabilities

WordPress version 5.2.3 has just appeared on the download pipe featuring half a dozen security fixes and software enhancements. It doesn’t look as though any of the flaws have been publicly disclosed or identified with CVEs, but admins who are confident about compatibility will still want to apply it. As usual, the dominant theme is […]

How to enable DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) in Google Chrome

A step by step guide to enable DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) support in the Chrome browser. Chrome has had DNS over HTTPS support available since February of 2018, however, Google has had the feature disabled as they work on the UI and make sure this doesn’t cause deployment issues with the many environments where Chrome runs (schools, […]

How to Choose a Fast Loading WordPress Theme

In quest of WordPress speed, I recently ran a poll in our Facebook Group. Here are the results: Choosing a fast loading WordPress theme is tricky and hard. Most of them realize that their theme is slow only after they purchase and apply it to their site. This guide will help you with choosing a […]

Headache for UK ISPs as Firefox Adopt DNS Over HTTPS by Default

Broadband ISPs and the Government look set to clash with Mozilla after the internet technology developer announced that it would move forward with its earlier proposal to enable DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) by default in their popular Firefox website browser, albeit with tweaks to respect ISP network-level internet filters. We’ve covered this quite a lot before (here […]

Huge Facebook leak exposes 400 MILLION users’ phone numbers

Huge Facebook leak exposes 400 MILLION users’ phone numbers in latest privacy lapse Phone numbers linked to more than 400 million Facebook accounts have been posted online in the latest security disaster for the firm. According to TechCrunch, 133 million US accounts, more than 50 million in Vietnam, and 18 million in Britain were among […]

Why you should integrate Cloudflare in WordPress right now.

We agree that implementing Cloudflare is one of the quickest ways to speed up and add security to your website. Cloudflare is loved by millions of website to decrease the web page load time and protect from online threats including DDoS. If you heard Cloudflare for the first time then this article is for you. […]

WordPress Spryng Payments WooCommerce 1.6.7 Cross Site Scripting

WordPress Spryng Payments WooCommerce plugin version 1.6.7 suffers from a cross site scripting vulnerability. Details Security News Publication Date: 09/05/2019Danger: Low Vulnerable versions: Spryng Payments for WooCommerce version 1.6.0, 1.6.1, 1.6.2, 1.6.3, 1.6.4, 1.6.5, 1.6.6, 1.6.7 Description:Cross Site Scripting in Spryng Payments for WooCommerce for WordPress Manufacturer URL: //profiles.wordpress.org/spryng Decision: No way to fix the […]

How to stop COMMENT SPAM by adding reCaptcha in Wordspress

Are you looking to add reCAPTCHA to your WordPress comment form? Spam comments have gotten out of control for WordPress websites. As spammers become more sophisticated, they can launch massive spam attacks with little effort. Akismet, the popular spam filtering service for WordPress blocks about 7.5 million spam comments every hour. Dealing with spam comments […]

6 Levels of Caching in WordPress You Need to Know

If you’re curious about WordPress speed like me, you must have heard the word “caching”. But “caching” / “cache” is a very generic term. In WordPress, there are 6 levels of caching #1 Opcode Cache A PHP code is written in a human-readable form. But in order to a computer understand it, it must be […]