WordPress Security Checklist Every day it seems like the list of vulnerabilities found in themes and plugins keeps getting longer. It’s so pervasive that Google now sends out notices to hacked website owners. The search engine take things one step further, reminding you to upgrade your version of WordPress to help reduce the number of […]
Author: Julio Potier
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