Monthly Archive:: January 2016

A Look at the New WordPress Brute Force Amplification Attack

Recently, a new brute force attack method for WordPress instances was identified by Sucuri. This latest technique allows attackers to try a large number of WordPress username and password login combinations in a single HTTP request. The vulnerability can easily be abused by a simple script to try a significant number of username and password

14 Most Frequently Asked Questions on WordPress

In this article, we will share most frequently asked questions on WordPresswith answers. 1. I don’t see the Plugins Menu in my Admin Panel Answer: There are few reasons why this would happen. If your blog is hosted on the Free platform, you do not have the ability to add plugins. If you do not

Dedicated vs VPS Hosting: Which One is Better?

When it comes to choosing a web hosting service, you have several options available at your disposal. Two of the most popular of which are the dedicated and the VPS hosting, many of which rely on cPanel and WHM as their primary control panel and dashboard. It is important for you to understand the key

POP3 and IMAP: What’s the Difference?

Have you ever wondered how email messages are sent from one device to another? If so, then you have come to the right place. In this entry, we will be discussing two of the most commonly used processes: POP3 and IMAP. You probably have seen one or both acronyms during the email account setup process

20 Open Source/Commercial Control Panels to Manage Servers

As an owner of the website it is very difficult to manage multiple websites without a control panel. However to suit the needs, we need a custom hosting plan. A Web hosting control panel is a totally web-based interface which has capability to manage your web services under a single location. These web based control