You’re probably thinking: I always use “admin” for my username on our nonprofit’s site. What’s the big deal? Most hackers will use a technique called a brute force attack to break into your site, over and over again.
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Five WordPress Security Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making, #2 of 5: Going Cheap with Website Hosting
You’re probably thinking: we save a lot of money by only spending $3 per month for our hosting. It’s important for your nonprofit to be protected from online attacks so premium web hosting should be on your “must have” list.
Five WordPress Security Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making, #1 of 5: Not Regularly Updating Your Plugins
You’re probably thinking: we’re a nonprofit. Why would anyone want to hack into our website? If you have a website, someone is always trying to get inside through an open door.
Have you tried sharing your nonprofit’s WordPress blog posts or pages social media and quickly get frustrated? Well, you’re probably not alone.
If your organization is freaked out about what happened to the editor in WordPress 5.0, we’ve got Gutenberg answers and solutions for you.