Today I am going to talk about clients hosting multiple WordPress installations under one hosting account. We have many clients who are developers, and they have a habit of create sub-domains and develop new sites on them. There is nothing wrong with doing this, providing they move the sites to its own hosting account once … Continue reading The problem with hosting multiple WordPress installations under one hosting account.
OK, recently I have worked on a Woocommerce website and came across this problem. It took me a couple of hour of research and finally found a way to fix this. Hopefully this post will help someone save some time on this problem. Firstly, Woocommerce has moved some pages away from using shortcode to what they call “Endpoints”. … Continue reading Woocommerce /lost-password page not found
Cloud computing providers such as Amazon EC2 and Google Cloud Platform offer High Availability Solutions. There are other companies which offer Cloud Solutions but Amazon and Google are the leaders in the cloud hosting market. What are some benefit of using cloud computing: Scalability – Cloud services allow you to scale your service almost immediately, allowing you to … Continue reading Cloud and High Availability Solutions
WordPress has always been one of the most targeted software online for hackers and recently Sucuri has reported a new kind of attack which we should really have a look at. This knew attack is called Brute Force Amplification Attack. What is “Brute Force Amplification Attack“? Basically this attack is used to brute force your … Continue reading WordPress Brute Force Amplification Attacks