We seldom consider the wide-ranging implications of someone hacking into our email accounts. Assuming they don't change our passwords and lock us out – the worst-case scenario – we are still in a world of hurt. Every email that we send or have sent and received can be read by the hacker.
Every social media account or private website that we use can be accessed by the hacker and all of our private messages can be read. Bank and credit card statements, online purchases, credit reports and every other kind of financial information can be accessed. And of course, our contacts, which the hackers then uses to propagate additional phishing scams.
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Be vigilant about keeping your password strong, safe, and secure. Be careful to not fall for phishing scams. Make sure your browsers and anti-virus, and security software are up-to-date. Don't use free Wi-Fi. Back everything up.
Be careful out there my friends!
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How to Find Out What Theme And Plugins a #WordPress Site Is Using
So your website has been hacked and you can’t log in, no matter what username and password combination you try. Fortunately, you’re not completely screwed – your database offers a convenient backdoor to help you regain access.
There is one down side to being the boss, no matter how much we love what we do.
This is one of those weekends when I already know (sitting here at 02:50) that I will spend the whole weekend working.
Why, because our clients websites are needed Monday to Friday, if your going to do an update to a new site it has to be done when
it’s OK with the client and all the forward planing in the world won’t help.
Murphy and his law of probabilities is going to join the party just for the fun of it.
Well here is to Monday morning and a happy client.
When Webhosting 4 Business was created we set up our Linux system to be specifically suited to hosting WordPress CMS websites, because we Love WordPress. We knew we had created a solid base for our customers to utilise the CMS to it’s optimum performance level while maintaining all of the benefits of a standard Linux set up. The proof of succeeding in our goal was in the load speed of our clients websites, which is now 20% of your Google score.
We always assumed that a Managed WordPress hosting solution was going to be quicker than ours at loading a WordPress site but that the small loss of speed outweighed the advantage of our clients having full Cpanel control and no Limitations on what software they could and couldn’t run. (subject to our Google Clause*)
We recently ran a test comparing a site hosted on a top 10 Managed WordPress Host vs a site hosted on our Linux Cloud Server that has been designed and set up specifically for WordPress while maintaining all the functionality and freedom of a Cpanel server space.
To be honest we were expecting to get our face wiped in the dirt, then something unexpected happened.
We Won. Not only did we win on speed but we actually wiped there face in regards to compliance and Performance Grade.
For the test we randomly chose a client from there displayed list and the client from our client list with the largest Home page. We then ran a speed test on pingdomwithin 10 seconds of each other at 11:30 PM so as to ensure a light internet load. Both sites were tested from Stockholm, Sweden.
The Managed WordPress Host:
Our Linux custom solution:
They say a Picture is worth a 1000 words.
Webhosting 4 Business and 4 WP Support Services are Proud to be able to say that our custom Linux cloud hosting solution really is the best place for WordPress Based Website.
We're talking about some exciting news for northern #tech and more in this week's roundup!
Happy Friday everyone – we did it, we made it, and presumably if you’re reading this you survived April Fools ‘n’ all. This week we’ve been talking about Magento 2 and Apple’s big week. There’s also been an interesting twist with the Snoopers’ Charter and…