Our fourth WordPress security tip is to do regular WordPress backups in order to protect your site from hackers.
The Google Chrome 68 update has a huge impact on WordPress sites without SSL certificates. Read on to find out how and why as well as what you can do to combat being shown as "not secure".
WordPress 4.9.7: Security and Maintenance Release WordPress 4.9.7 was released on the 5th of July to fix a pair of security vulnerabilities issues found in versions WordPress 4.9.6 and below.
Is Managed WordPress Hosting Worth the Extra Cost? As the popularity of WordPress blogs and websites increases so does the range of hosting services available. This article compares unmanaged aka
We are running a Spring competition that allows entrants to be in with a chance of winning a full year of our Bronze Managed WordPress Hosting package for free.
AutoSSL is a product of cPanel and WHM that has a variety of pros and cons. Within this blog you can find out why you and/or your clients are receiving emails about it, the comparisonn between the AutoSSL and paid SSL's and how you can disable AutoSSL.
CoinHive hacking is a common problem with WordPress sites. Find out if your WordPress site could be at risk and how you can prevent this hack from infecting your WordPress site.