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Block brute force on wp-login with CloudFlare page rules

Posted by Maeve, 14 Jul, 2017 | 2 Comments »

As a WordPress user, developer or web host you may have experienced the pain of a brute force attack targeting wp-login.php.   What is a brute force attack? It’s when a malicious script hammers your wp-login.php page, trying usernames and pas…

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Free SSL for all hosting clients

Posted by Maeve, 3 Nov, 2016 | No Comments »

I’m pleased to announce that we are now offering free SSL certificates to all our hosting clients. If your website is hosted with Enigma, SSL has been enabled, and your website is now accessible over https://.  WordPress sites require a little…

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How to install SSL on a WordPress site

Posted by Maeve, 22 Jun, 2016 | 4 Comments »

Step 1 – Purchase and install an SSL certificate Unless you’re a pro and know what you’re doing then save yourself some pain and get your web host to do this for you! A standard SSL certificate for an average business or personal we…

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Speaking at WordCamp Sydney

Posted by Maeve, 10 Sep, 2014 | No Comments »

WordCamp Sydney is kicking off soon – woo! I’m heading over from Perth for the weekend, and look forward to catching up with you eastern state folk. I’ll be giving a presentation on WordPress Security – don’t worry, shou…

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WordPress Security 102

Posted by Daniel Jauk, 8 Aug, 2014 | 1 Comment »

Now that you’ve learnt the basics of improving your WordPress security and backup, we’re going to show you how to harden your WordPress setup by following the tips below. Here’s WordPress Security 102. Use SFTP Instead of FTP It’s common to …

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