Posts tagged with "security"

Severe 0-day security vulnerability found by Seravo in WP File Manager

2.9.2020

Severe 0-day security vulnerability found by Seravo’s security research in popular WordPress plugin – update WP File Manager immediately

Old TLS Versions Will Be Phased Out in March

10.3.2020

TLS 1.3 has been the primary cryptographic protocol on the Seravo servers since the beginning of the year 2020. Also, we have TLS 1.2 in use. We have...

Spring Clean WordPress to Make It Secure and Faster

18.2.2020

Over time, even well-maintained WordPress sites tend to accumulate some cruft: excess files, unused plugins, unnecessary database contents, and logs ...

MariaDB Relies on Seravo

10.1.2020

MariaDB is one of the most popular open-source databases. It is managed by the MariaDB Foundation. How the original developers of MySQL managed to pu...

5+1 WordPress Tips for Bloggers

28.11.2019

Why should you start your blog on WordPress? Where do you begin when building the site? What do things like domain, hosting, SSL and CSS mean? What t...

Why Let’s Encrypt is Enough

11.7.2019

We often hear questions about the Let's Encrypt certificate that we offer as a part of all of our hosting plans. People tend to wonder how a free cer...

Upgrade to PHP 7.3 for better performance and security

25.6.2019

If you are running WordPress on any ancient PHP version older than 5.6, I have some bad news for you: as of WordPress version 5.2, the minimum PHP ve...

Does Cloudflare help my WordPress site?

29.5.2019

Our WordPress experts frequently give talks about speed optimizing WordPress, so it's only natural that we get plenty of speed optimization related q...

13 tips for a secure & efficient WordPress database

10.1.2019

If we were asked to name two of the most common issues with WordPress websites, the answer would be security and speed. And what's the one main facto...