Sucuri WordPress vulnerability disclosure

Over 1 million sites with NextGen plugin installed vulnerable

Published on March 2, 2017 | 0 comment

Just over two weeks ago, over 2 million WordPress web pages were defaced due to vulnerability in the core software. A few days ago, another serious vulnerability was published by Sucuri that affects over 1 million WordPress websites that have the NextGen image gallery plugin installed. With Strattic, even if your site has vulnerabilities, it’s…

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Let's Encrypt free SSL

Free SSL certificates for everyone: how to get one and implement it correctly

Published on September 29, 2016 | 5 comment

  The introduction of free SSL certificates to the web is a significant step forward in the security of the internet. Although SSL certificates encrypt a site’s information and therefore make it more secure, until recently most websites wouldn’t even consider implementing SSL certificates on their site. The only sites that were¬†using SSL certificates were¬†applications…

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