CloudFlare protection for your admin area

CloudFlare protection for your admin area

How to protect your admin area with CloudFlare Ok you are a few steps away from protecting your admin area. We will be showing the principle on a WordPress install, however you can adopt this to any admin area. Once you have setup CloudFlare (full DNS recommended)...
Setting up SSL in CloudFlare

Setting up SSL in CloudFlare

Setting up CloudFlare in cPanel Its really simple to setup CloudFlare so you can use their free SSL certificates, however if you want to use https://yourdomain.com then you need to use the FULL DNS option which is free of charge. The differences in the SSL options are...
WordPress Plugin Security

WordPress Plugin Security

WordPress plugins are the icing on the cake, or are they? There is no denying that everyone has a use for a plugin, after all it allows you to create a site that has all the functionality you require. Plugins are the one key feature that has made WordPress the most...
WordPress password reset via database

WordPress password reset via database

How to reset your forgotten WordPress password via the database. It happens to us all at some point. The fact that we all have to remember so many usernames and passwords we forget our login details to get in to the WordPress admin. Providing that you can remember...
Block WP XMLRPC Attacks

Block WP XMLRPC Attacks

Please note this is done at server level now based on increased xmlrpc attacks, so you don’t need to implement at account level. WordPress XMLRPC Attacks on the increase again and we have noticed that a number of sites have been getting attempted DDOS attacks....
WordPress Vulnerability

WordPress Vulnerability

Be prepared to be hacked if you have not updated your WordPress sites.  The reason we have put this on a post is it seems that there are a number of sites on the server that’s running outdated versions of WordPress and vulnerable to this hack. WordPress 4.5.2 is...