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WordPress Downgrade Plugin

WordPress Downgrade Plugin

If for some reason you run into an issue when you upgraded WordPress, you can simply restore the backup that you made (you made one, right?) If the issue is with WordPress core, and for example your theme does not (yet) support the new WordPress version, then it’s good to know there’s a downgrade plugin […]

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WordPress 5.5 “Eckstine”

WordPress 5.5 “Eckstine”

[Upgrade issues? Check the downgrade plugin post] Here it is! WordPress 5.5 “Eckstine” is finally released. The 39th version of WordPress is named after the jazz musician Billy Eckstine. You can download the latest version of WordPress or update in your dashboard. With the new WordPress 5.5 “Eckstine”, your site gets new power as it is packed with […]

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Two Factor Authentication (2FA) for Control Panel

Two Factor Authentication (2FA) for Control Panel

The control panel already limits unauthorized login attempts to prevent anyone from accessing your sensitive information. You can also add an extra layer of protection by enabling two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication also known as two-factor verification or 2FA is an additional step in the login process that requires users to present a piece of information that […]

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How to protect yourself from your ISP snooping on the websites you visit

How to protect yourself from your ISP snooping on the websites you visit

TLDR; To prevent your ISP snooping on the websites you visit, you must not only change your browser settings, you most likely also need to change your DNS settings. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) connects you to the internet, every request sent can be logged and tells your ISP which websites you visited, down to […]

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Thai Database Leaks 8.3 Billion Internet Records

Thai Database Leaks 8.3 Billion Internet Records

Thailand’s largest telecommunications company’s Advanced Info Service (AIS) urgently brought down one of its databases following a leak of more than 8 billion real-time internet records on millions of Thai internet users. The data breach was discovered by security researcher Justine Paine, who found an exposed ElasticSearch database online containing DNS queries and Netflow data […]

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Keep your email safe from hackers and trackers using Firefox Private Relay

Keep your email safe from hackers and trackers using Firefox Private Relay

Firefox Private Relay is a new add-on service by Firefox maker Mozilla; the service is designed to reduce unwanted emails and spam by generating unique aliases acting as a proxy email service to hide the user’s email address from advertisers and spam operators when signing up for a web form. The service entered testing last month […]

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Zoom’s 5.0 update improves encryption, adds meeting security features

Zoom’s 5.0 update improves encryption, adds meeting security features

As the COVID-19 virus spread across the globe, the business landscape was forced to make a number of swift changes. Almost overnight, the video conferencing app Zoom becomes the go-to option to hold lessons, business meetings, and sensitive discussions. The surge in popularity, the firm was also bombarded for issues related to its privacy and […]

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