Tag: WordPress malware

  • Network High Availability and WAF for WordPress

    Network High Availability and WAF for WordPress

    Yes, you heard it correctly! wetopi now has additional/redundant IP address to access the infrastructure of Load Balancer and Web Application Firewalls.

  • Two WordPress Security rules for your Peace of Mind

    Two WordPress Security rules for your Peace of Mind

    In the past few years, we hear a lot of news on WordPress sites getting hacked. There is a reason, and it’s not because WordPress is insecure. Don’t panic!

  • What to do if my WordPress site is hacked?

    What to do if my WordPress site is hacked?

    Perfection is a myth! There’s no hosting out there that can promise to be completely hack-proof. It’s always better to be ready for the worst and back up and update your WordPress site as regularly as possible!  But, how would you know if your WordPress site has been hacked?

  • Security for WordPress

    Security for WordPress

    Security for WordPress is more necessary than ever. According to w3techs, WordPress already accounts for 65% of the managed websites market share. And this large volume of WordPress installations, for malicious users tracking with robots, means a very profitable business.  But don’t get scared! It’s not that hard to have a good level of security for WordPress. […]