Why I Recommend Wordfence for the WordPress Beginner

My use and administration of WordPress is relatively recent. In part, I took it on to build my skills and broaden my experience. Coming from an ‘old school’ developer background where I have focused on databases, server management tools and processes, and more recently cyber security, an easily employed and feature rich product is tremendously …

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We Need a Nuclear Winter

We need our winters powered by nuclear power. The same can be said for all the year’s seasons. Because nuclear power is a consistent base-load supply on the critical path for stable industrial and residential use year-round, and simultaneously the best option to address environmental issues. There are a lot of arguments against nuclear power. …

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Self-Secure your Digital Information

Wordfence, a security plugin for WordPress, released an interesting public service announcement. See PSA: Widespread Remote Working Scam Underway, which outlines a sophisticated way to steal personal and financial information, and your money, disguised as an offer for a remote-working job. Stealing your information need not be this elaborate. When you sell something online, and …

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Learning About WordPress

I took time this week to learn more WordPress basics, specifically security plugins. I have two other sites besides nerva.com to compare and maintain. This gives me an opportunity to contrast plugin features and use, then find which work best for my use cases. If you are looking for plugs plugging plugins, there are plenty …

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