July 11, 2012

3 Sneaky Tricks Hackers Use to Target WordPress Sites and How to Avoid them

The open source nature of WordPress has one downside, and if you’re not careful it could ruin your online business. I know this because it happened to me. Just a few months ago, I had a hacker hijack a WordPress site that was consistently earning me several hundred…

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