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wpmu.org

by Siobhan Ambrose

May 10, 2011

Well, is it? Is your answer - "what the hell are you talking about?"

It turns out that thousands of hacked sites are infecting Google image search results with images redirecting to Fake AV sites. And, unfortunately for you and for me, WordPress sites are a prime target for this kind of attack. A PHP injection into a WordPress site can generate spammy websites, hijack Google Image SERPs and result in your WordPress website tossing unsuspecting Google Image searchers to a FakeAV site.

wpmu.org

by Siobhan Ambrose

April 13, 2011

Oh dear. Automattic has been hit by some hackers :( This isn't good news for WordPress.com users.

Matt has announced on the WordPress blog that there has been a low-level root break-in and that anything on the server could have been revealed. The guys at Automattic are working hard to determine what information has been stolen as well as resecuring the server.

wpmu.org

by Siobhan Ambrose

November 30, 2010

Do you use WordPress safely? Did you know that there are loads of ways that hackers can attack both your website and your computer using malware or malicious code?

In this post, we'll took an in-depth look at all of the issues, and hopefully by the end of it you'll be able to keep your WordPress website, and your computer, safe. But let's start with a fun look at some recent WordPress Security issues - guaranteed to brighten everyone's morning :)

blogs.wsj.com

by Siobhan Gorman

August 23, 2013

National Security Agency officers on several occasions have channeled their agency's enormous eavesdropping power to spy on love interests, U.S. officials said.

The practice isn't frequent - one official estimated a handful of cases in the last decade - but it's common enough to garner its own spycraft label: LOVEINT. Spy agencies often refer to their various types of intelligence collection with the suffix of "INT," such as "SIGINT" for collecting signals intelligence, or communications; and "HUMINT" for human intelligence, or spying. The "LOVEINT" examples constitute most episodes of willful misconduct by NSA employees, officials said.

wp.smashingmagazine.com

by Siobhan McKeown

October 9, 2012

Learn how to protect your site against four malware infections that are common to WordPress-powered websites.

WordPress security is serious business. Exploits of vulnerabilities in WordPress' architecture have led to mass compromises of servers through cross-site contamination. WordPress' extensibility increases its vulnerability; plugins and themes house flawed logic, loopholes, Easter eggs, backdoors and a slew of other issues. Firing up your computer to find that you're supporting a random cause or selling Viagra can be devastating.

wp.smashingmagazine.com

by Siobhan McKeown

September 12, 2012

Learn how the most popular sites use WordPress to handle huge volumes of traffic, massive database sizes, and other aspects of performance.

We all know that WordPress is awesome - but being awesome isn't always enough. Does it perform well under pressure? Can it deal with traffic from millions of visitors every month? There's no question that WordPress can be used for your or my blog, but what about multi-author blogs with thousands of comments? How do developers make it scale and perform? I spoke with the developers behind some of the biggest WordPress blogs on the planet and asked them to tell me their secrets. Now I get to share them with you.

WordPress News at WPMU.org

by Siobhan McKeown

December 7, 2011

One of the Incsub team was very upset yesterday to discover that his WordPress site had been hacked. Somehow, a brand new WordPress install had been set up within his WordPress installation.

Shiny Shiny Louis Vuitton bags! Who wouldn't want to be selling those on their websites? They're so damned popular that people are flocking to sell them. Personal blogs, delicious food websites, computer websites, book websites, tech websites, chat websites, shoe websites, just about everyone is getting on the bandwagon. Check it out on Google. Or wait.... yeah, I guess they've been hacked too:

WordPress News at WPMU.org

by Siobhan McKeown

October 13, 2011

We received an email today from a WordPress user who wanted to alert us to a jQuery hack. At first, I've got to admit, I was a little bit sceptical but I thought it was worth looking in to. I was surprised by what I found.

We all love jQuery - sometimes I like to daydream about marrying it in some sort of exotic ceremony in Barbados. In fact, it's so awesome that it's become a little bit ubiquitous. There are so many plugins using jQuery that we're totally used to finding it in them. Normally a WordPress plugin will get jQuery from just a few places...

theguardian.com

by Spencer Ackerman

August 12, 2013

Republican who led Congress revolt against surveillance insists members did not see document before 2011 Patriot Act vote

A leader of the US congressional insurrection against the National Security Agency's bulk surveillance programs has accused his colleagues of withholding a key document from the House of Representatives before a critical surveillance vote. Justin Amash, the Michigan Republican whose effort to defund the NSA's mass phone-records collection exposed deep congressional discomfort with domestic spying, said the House intelligence committee never allowed legislators outside the panel to see a 2011 document that described the surveillance in vague terms.

Wired.com

by Spencer Ackerman

June 18, 2012

The surveillance experts at the National Security Agency won't tell two powerful United States Senators how many Americans have had their communications picked up by the agency as part of its sweeping new counterterrorism powers.

The reason: it would violate your privacy to say so. That claim comes in a short letter sent Monday to civil libertarian Senators Ron Wyden and Mark Udall. The two members of the Senate's intelligence oversight committee asked the NSA a simple question last month: under the broad powers granted in 2008's expansion of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, how many persons inside the United States have been spied upon by the NSA? The query bounced around the intelligence bureaucracy until it reached I. Charles McCullough, the Inspector General of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the nominal head of the 16 U.S. spy agencies. In a letter acquired by Danger Room, McCullough told the senators that the NSA inspector general "and NSA leadership agreed that an IG review of the sort suggested would itself violate the privacy of U.S. persons," McCullough wrote.

      

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