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Let's take an in-depth look at two WordPress security vulnerabilities recently discovered in the massively popular Next Gen Gallery plugin.
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Millions of WordPress sites are vulnerable due to poor security. Let's look at how hackers exploit sites and ways to prevent malicious hacks.
With the great power of WordPress comes great responsibility. Let's look into how WPScan gives a hackers-eye view of your site's security.
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SEO doesn't have to be complicated. Building a strong, basic SEO strategy with clients helps your projects have an impact.
The much-hyped concept of a headless CMS promises new efficiencies and flexibility.
Find out what steps security experts recommend for protecting online stores, managing passwords, and securing client sites.
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The best managed hosting provider is the one that matches up with your clients' needs.