Should clients be allowed to install plugins on their WordPress websites when they’re already working with a maintenance provider? On its face, this might seem a simple question, but it’s actually one that’s filled with nuance and “it depends…” type scenarios. This post was inspired by this tweet: My reply: (The way Pantheon locks down […]

Today I’m previewing a new video series on how to use the new Sass module system. The first video, on Tooling, is available on YouTube now. Subsequent videos on using the new module system and other recent improvements in Sass will be following in the coming weeks. Transcript Welcome. In this video, we’ll be setting […]

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Credential Stuffing Attacks

The recent Disney+ hack shines a light on brute force attack’s lesser known cousin: credential stuffing. What is it, and how can you protect yourself?

A proposal to auto-update older versions of WordPress could potentially cause a lot of older sites with custom taxonomies to break.