Tag Archive: Hacking

Level Up Your WordPress Security

Conferences, Security

I had an amazing time speaking and networking at the #WPCampus Event in Buffalo this past weekend.  I was fortunate to be able to share some insight on the realm of Security, and make it (hopefully) more than a fruitless, confusion quest. First of all, here are my slides: https://www.slideshare.net/studionashvegas/level-up-your-wordpress-security And now, the caveats/prologues: I had someone reach out on Twitter and mention that…

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Three Lessons We Can Learn from Hacker Croll


So, if you haven’t been closely following the incident involving TechCrunch, Twitter, and a very astute hacker called Croll, then you’re missing out on a turning point for internet security as we know it. In case you’re new to the story, here’s what happened in a nutshell, via TechCrunch: HC (Hacker Croll) accessed Gmail for a Twitter employee by using the password recovery feature…

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