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Follow-up on the Social Warfare vulnerability

The WordPress plugin zero-day exploits continue. The same individual that published the Social Warfare vulnerability continues to release proof-of-concept code for exploiting unpatched vulnerabilities in other WordPress plugins. Warfare Plugins also published details about the Social Warfare plugin security hole, the timeline of the issue, and the steps they took to fix it. I’m glad…

Social Warfare plugin vulnerability

The Social Warfare sharing plugin suffered from a major issue this week. Hackers exploited a flaw in the code to execute a cross-site scripting attack, redirecting website visitors to malicious sites. Wordfence was quick to notify their email list, and they delayed publishing the details until a fix was released. However, there was at least…

5+ Best Managed WordPress Hosting Providers in 2019

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Should you choose WordPress or Squarespace for your nonprofit website?

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Is Squarespace right for your business website?

You probably have heard of Squarespace by now. It is a website platform that includes tools to design and build your website as well as built-in hosting and email. If you need to register a domain, Squarespace allows you to do that too. Email services are provided by Google G Suite (formerly Google Apps). If you have…