Sucuri for WordPress: Blacklist Monitoring

Date: 08/19/2019       2 Minutes to Read In this article, you can learn more about the following: What is Sucuri for WordPress? What is Blacklisting? Monitoring Blacklists This article explains how Sucuri for WordPress secures your website using Blacklist Monitoring. NOTICE: Sucuri for WordPress is just one way to secure your website’s data. Read More >

Sucuri for WordPress Hosting: Security Activity Auditing

Date: 08/07/2019       3 Minutes to Read In this article Breaking Down Security What is Security Activity Auditing? What Do I Do? This article describes how to leverage the Sucuri plugin for WordPress Hosting to audit security activity. It also describes the benefits of using this plugin to secure your WordPress website. NOTICE: Read More >

How to Install and Set Up Sucuri for WordPress Hosting

Date: 08/06/2019       2 Minutes to Read In this article:  How to Install Sucuri How to Set Up Sucuri This article describes how to install and set up Sucuri for WordPress hosting. This security plugin secures your website with features like: Blacklist Monitoring File Integrity Monitoring Post-Hack Security Actions Remote Malware Scanning Security Read More >

Migrating an SSL to Your Reseller Account

Some Background Information About SSLs In this article you will learn how your customers can transfer an SSL certificate to your reseller server. What is an SSL? SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) provides an encrypted certificate to protect the data transferred between a server (host) and a web browser (client). Typically, the SSL certificate is validated Read More >

Joomla SQL Injection Vulnerability

CMS Plugin Issue Resolution Joomla Core Versions 3.2-3.4.4 SQL Injection Vulnerability Upgrade Joomla Version 3.4.5 (released 10/22/2015) Trustwave SpiderLabs recently identified a SQL Injection Vulnerability Exploit in the Joomla CMS. This exploit has been discovered in versions 3.2 – 3.4.4 of Joomla. Combining the exploit with other security weaknesses, Trustwave was able to gain full Read More >

Two Factor Authentication for cPanel

Everyone wants their account to be as secure as possible, even with using a random strong password your account can still be hacked. Two Factor Authentication provides an extra step to access your cPanel account. In this guide we will be discussing how to set up, configure, and use the Two Step Authentication option provided Read More >