In a day and age when the Target and Michael’s credit card fraud incidents are happening, you would think that we would all be on high alert when it comes to protecting our personal information. And yet, let’s take a look at Splashdata.com’s list of the 25 worst passwords of 2013: Seems like far too many people still go the “Spaceballs” approach to security, using the number an idiot might have as a combination on his luggage. You really don’t need to do much phishing here to guess most of this list. So how should you pick your WordPress password and avoid […]
One of the most popular website publishing programs people use is WordPress, a well-structured, web-based content management system. When it comes to content and publishing on the Internet, security needs to be a priority. There are many people, unfortunately, who try to hack websites for fun, or to simply give others a hard time. There are some simple WordPress security tips that users need to be aware of, and when practiced, can provide peace of mind.
Hope you guys are getting ready for the weekend because not only is it a holiday (if you’re in the US) but Monday is the 10th Anniversary Party! Dig it! So until then, chew on some of these links while you wait to party!