IDNS Scam – please trash these letters
IDNS is a scam.
Today I received this in the mail. It reminded me that several of our clients contacted me that they got this same letter. Let me very clear. This company is a scam. IDNS (Internet Domain Name Service) is not a legitimate service provider. Through this letter away and never waste your time contacting them or worrying about it. While they may be a real company – they are nothing but a fraud. They either purchase names and addresses from the domain name hosting companies or do something known as “scraping” domain owner contact information from the internet. Read More
Does your worpress site need security plugins
This is reprinted post from Wordfence, a vendor that we use on all of our sites. Search Traffic Now requires security plugins because of the nature of wordpress, being open source, and the fact that both humans and bots are trying to hack wordpress site approximately every 5 minutes. Moreover, when we host and manage your site, we do not stop with security plugins, our servers all have special software designed to restrict malicious traffic, software to prevent server and website side intrusion and we also use 3rd party platforms like Cloudflare that offer another layer of security between the server, browser, and website. This is an interesting article – please enjoy.
Do You Need a WordPress Security Plugin?
This entry was posted in General Security, Wordfence, WordPress Security on January 25, 2017 by Mark Maunder.
What Website Owners Should Know About Security
This blog is about WordPress security. While WordPress is the world’s most popular software for websites – as open source software it’s prone to hacks and attacks. Sadly, we, as web hosting and development companies spend far too much time worrying and working on being vigilant on behalf of our clients who rely on us. For clie Read More
Wordfence Weekly Updates
One of the set backs for using open source software like WordPress is exposure to potential hacking. That said, every software is vulnerable so WordPress is really no different. The difference is that because WordPress is open source it’s essentially a giant template system with plugins. The plugins are used Read More