A major feature of WordPress that makes it popular among website owners, is its ability to run multiple WordPress sites from a single installation in an account. For webhosts who offer WordPress hosting, we implement this feature for them.
This WordPress multisite feature also helps to manage subdomains easily for a reseller or other business owners who handle multiple ventures. But, if not setup right, these multisite subdomains will not work fine. (more…)
With WordPress powering 61% of CMS based websites, it has become a lucrative target for hackers. Google blacklisting for phishing and email blacklisting for spamming is quite common in WordPress hosting. A well maintained WordPress site is immune to hacking, but in shared hosting, the majority of WordPress websites will be un-patched, and vulnerable to hacking.
Through a few simple strategies, it is possible to make WordPress immune to hacking. Here’s a quick check list on how server management services prevented WordPress hacking in Linux Amazon Web Services(AWS) EC2 servers. (more…)