February 2019

In this Newsletter:

• Why Would an Insignificant Site Like Mine Be Attacked?

• Web Trends, News & Tips


Hi reader!

Those of you who know me know that I'm big on web site security.  Many of my smaller business clients have asked "Why would anyone want to hack MY web site?".  Well, WordFence published an article that answers this question really well.  So read on and keep your site secure!

Until next month . . .

- Michelle Bracewell


Ask Wordfence: Why Is an Insignificant Site Like Mine Being Attacked?

This entry was posted in Ask Wordfence, WordPress Security on March 14, 2018 by Dan Moen

This question came in from Keith, a Premium Wordfence customer. We’ve dealt with this question a few times in different ways on the blog, but pulling it all together sounds like a great post. Let’s dive in! At a high level, an attacker views a vulnerable website as …

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Web Trends, News & Tips

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Facebook Imposes New Restrictions on Ads and Popular Pages - Yep, you read it correctly... more changes. Seems that Facebook is all over the place at the moment! Find out the latest in this post from Wired.


That's all folks!