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WordPress® Auto-Updates: Should You Use Them?

Open Source projects just like WordPress have empowered more than a billion people in order to have an online profile. One factor that plagues the Open Source community is hackers. The nature of Open Source and additionally its security transparency...

/ 12 January 2021
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Join The Club: The Growing Subscription Service Model

How a lot of subscription services are you currently subscribed to? Chances are, you have a great deal more than you  realize. Ongoing services have become the particular preferred model for virtual assets and have turned customers’ ownership and paying...

/ 30 December 2020
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The Evolution of WordPress® Management with cPanel

cPanel & WHM® has introduced a radical new way to deal with WordPress sites. The Wp Toolkit (WPTK) empowers world-wide-web hosting providers and online site owners to install, protected, and configure multiple webpages in a single easy-to-use interface. This Toolkit...

/ 17 December 2020
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How To Install and Configure ModSecurity™ In cPanel

Automated confrontation bots bombard web programs with malicious requests as soon they go on-line. Attackers target every site and ecommerce store at some point, hoping to find some vulnerability they can exploit to inject code, wrong use resources, or steal...

/ 8 December 2020
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WordPress® Hardening: One-Click Security with cPanel

WordPress is far together with away the most widely-used content management system regarding the web, but of which popularity comes at a price. It’s also the most attacked CMS. Certainly not because it’s un-secure, and yet because attackers know that...

/ 17 November 2020
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Disk IO Errors: Troubleshooting on Linux Servers

Disk IO errors  (input/output) issues are a common cause of poor performance on web hosting servers. Hard drives have speed limits, and if software tries to read or write too much data too quickly, applications and users are forced to...

/ 8 October 2020