Security, WordPress

Cloudflare Data Leak: How to Secure Your Site

Cloudflare has experienced a data leak over a 5 month period that mixed sensitive data between websites and visitors. A visitor to one website using Cloudflare may have seen data from another website using Cloudflare that was being sent to a completely different site visitor. Some of the leaked data has been indexed by search engines who… …

Hacking, Hosting, Security, WordPress

WordPress blogs defaced in hack attacks

WordPress blogs defaced in hack attacks This hack applies to sites that were not updated to version 4.7.2. All flymedia customers with managed WordPress updates had their sites updated within a few hours of the release being made available. Clients without managed updates should update their sites immediately. More than a million pages have been …

Hacking, Security

Staying Safe: The Wordfence Cyber Security Survival Guide

Occasionally at Wordfence we publish posts that are public service announcements that help the broader online community including your team, friends and relatives. Today I’m publishing a guide that will help improve your overall personal cyber security. This guide focuses on the basics: How to reduce the truly important life altering risks that we face from …

Design, flymedia, Fonts, Typography

Comic Sans The Man Behind the World s Most Contentious

You remember Comic Sans. You know, that irreverent, off-kilter font that came pre-programmed on 90s versions of Microsoft Word? In fact, you probably have very strong feelings about that font. Here’s the story behind the most polarizing font ever made. Source: Comic Sans The Man Behind the World s Most Contentious

Hosting, Security, SSL

Imminent: Non-HTTPS Sites Labeled “Not Secure” by Chrome

On approximately January 31st of this month, version 56 of the Chrome web browser will be released. There is a significant change in the way it displays websites that are not using HTTPS, also known as SSL. This change may confuse your site visitors or surprise you if you are not expecting it. Starting with …