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Jetpack's Brute Force Attack Protection

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  The world's largest content management system is under constant attack; which is one very good reason to use Jetpack's Brute Force Attack Protection.

The Decentralized Web 3.0

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Just when you thought you understood the Internet, along comes the decentralized Web 3.0. February 20th, 2010, there was an article What is Web 2.0 . If you want to know how we got from 1.0 to 2.0, go read that little time capsule. In summary Web2.0 was platforms, services, communities, blogging, wikis. So what is Web 3.0?

How-to: Sanitise Your Twitter Account Part 1

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Since signing up in 2009, my use of Twitter has been patchy. The optimistic promise of community and engagement almost drowned in the toxic cesspit that Twitter became. But I'm back, choosing and using my social media more wisely. The first step; sanitising my Twitter profile.

WooCommerce Security Part IV: Site Updates

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Your WooCommerce site runs on Wordpress, so here's the essential WooCommerce Security Part IV: Site Updates.

WooCommerce Security Part III: Two-factor Authentication

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Passwords are no longer enough; for effective WooCommerce security you need to enable two-factor authentication (2FA).

WooCommerce Security Part II: Passwords

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It's 2022 and yet we have to remind everyone of an essential item for WooCommerce Security Part II: Passwords. These are still a thing. A highly insecure thing.

WooCommerce Security Part One: Host Server

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Wordpress and WooCommerce together represent a huge slice of e-commerce capability on the web. They also present a huge target to hackers, so if you run them, security should be a priority concern.