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How to Future-Proof your Website in 4 Easy Steps

How To Future-Proof Your WordPress Website In 4 Easy Steps 

Future-proofing your site is an aspect of site development that many users neglect until it’s too late. It’s a simple process that shouldn’t eat into your schedule too much. In any case, the benefits far outweigh the additional time spent keeping on top of it all.

In this post, the author suggests four important steps to help you future-proof your site:

  1. Sign up with a reputable hosting provider.
  2. Create regular backups of your website.
  3. Select themes and plugins from trustworthy developers.
  4. Use a child theme to preserve your changes.

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Source: How To Future-Proof Your WordPress Website In 4 Easy Steps | @thetorquemag

Wordfence Announces New Firewall

FirewallThis morning at 9am Pacific time we rolled out a new kind of firewall to over 1 Million active WordPress websites.  It comes with a Threat Defense Feed that updates our firewall as new threats emerge. It also continuously updates our malware scan as we discover new malware patterns through our forensic research.

If you have auto-update enabled in Wordfence, you will automatically be upgraded to 6.1.1 today which will include the new features. You can manually update by signing into your WordPress site and upgrading to Wordfence to 6.1.1 or you can download Wordfence from the official WordPress plugin repository

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The Panama Papers

The Panama PapersMossack Fonseca (MF), the Panamanian law firm at the center of the so called Panama Papers Breach may have been breached via a vulnerable version of Revolution Slider. The data breach has so far brought down the Prime Minister of Iceland and surrounded Russian President Putin and British Prime Minister David Cameron with controversy, among […]

Source: Mossack Fonseca Breach – WordPress Revolution Slider Plugin Possible Cause – Wordfence

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