WordPress 5.2 Is Here!

WordPress 5.2 Is Here | InMotion Hosting

WordPress 5.2 is here! Yeah, we get excited around release time for WordPress updates. But for some, releases can be stressful. No need to get worried. We’re going to go over some of the things you can expect for this release and how you can prepare myself by testing future releases in advance.

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Default WordPress Settings That You Need to Change

Once you get WordPress and theme installed, it can seem that once you add your content, your website is ready to go. Believe it or not, there are several WordPress default settings that could put your website at a security risk. In this article, we want to share the default settings that every WordPress website owner needs to change.
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Do You Think Your Website Is Hacked?

Do you think your website has been hacked? Is it not loading correctly, or is there a message saying that it was hacked? It can be overwhelming to know what to do. In this article, we want to help you take the first steps to securing and ensuring that your website is operating properly. Let’s go over several signs of a hacked website.
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InMotion Hosting Considered as a Reliable Hosting Services Platform by a Respected Business Software Directory

Trusted by thousands of businesses worldwide and known brands, InMotion Hosting is continuously working to provide everyone with state-of-the-art and reliable web hosting services. In light of this, various InMotion hosting reviews were conducted by dozens of media sites, and they recognized our platform as a reliable brand for businesses. Among these is FinancesOnline, a reputed review website visited by thousands of businesses that are looking for the right solution that matches their unique requirements.
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ATTENTION: WordPress ‘Ultimate Member’ Plugin Users! New Security Information

Our partner security agency, Sucuri, recently shared of a new type of hack which has greatly affected many websites who use the WordPress plugin ‘Ultimate Member’ and who use a tagDiv theme (Newspaper and Newsmag). This hack causes websites to redirect to URLs such as utroro[.]com, murieh[.]space, and unverf[.]com. This hack can also display fake CAPTCHA images which ask you to click “Allow” in your browser’s notification area. Continue reading –>