The End of Cross-Site Scripting: WordPress 5.1.1 Released

Older versions of WordPress make all posts vulnerable to cross-site scripting. But the cross-site scripting vulnerability in WordPress is a thing of the past now since the release of v5.1.1. The WordPress team have introduced several fixes in this new version. But first – What does a cross-site scripting vulnerability Continue Reading

Remote WordPress Management Arrives With WordPress Toolkit 4.0 [ VIDEO ]

You’re about to experience a fundamental change to the world of WordPress Toolkit: the ability to manage remote WordPress sites. This feature is Remote WordPress Management – publicly available as part of the WordPress Toolkit 4.0 release. Let’s dive into the details so you can install it on your server Continue Reading

11 Security Add-ons You Should Offer to Boost Your Hosting Revenue

Previously, Plesk CTO Jan Loeffler, talked about changes in the hosting market. And suggests hosters offer a custom, hyper-tailored security solution – at a higher price. This includes services like automated malware removal, antivirus, web application firewall, and anti-DDOS in existing hosting plans. But why does it pay to do Continue Reading

All You Need to Know about the New WordPress Toolkit 3.5 [ VIDEO ]

1.    New Hotlink Protection Preventing other websites from displaying, linking or embedding your images (hotlinking), as this quickly drains your bandwidth and can make your site unavailable. 2.    Disable unused scripting languages This security measure removes support for the scripting languages WordPress doesn’t use, like Python and Perl. Thus, blocking Continue Reading

Six reasons why you need to update your Plesk now – Plesk

After New Year, I was sitting in an airport cafe far from home and work, waiting to board. Suddenly, my meditative state of mind was interrupted by two IT-looking guys who, I guess because of my branded hoodie and backpack, asked me if I worked for Plesk. So naturally we Continue Reading

How to set up Django Hosting on the latest Plesk Onyx – Plesk

Following your Django installation on Plesk, it’s now time to learn how to organize Django hosting on Plesk Onyx. We’ll be using CentOS 7 and Plesk 17.8 for this use case scenario, however you can always refer to this article for instructions regarding different OS and serving applications by NGINX. Getting Continue Reading

Cloud Storage: How to Schedule automatic backups – Plesk

When you’re planning to scale your business, you need a solution that can deal with with backing up high volumes of data in a secure way. Because loss of data is one of the biggest risks for any growing business. The best you can do in this situation is go Continue Reading

My Plesk User Experience (1): Easy Starts and Common Issues – Plesk

Plesk first crossed my path when it came packaged with web hosting acquired from a Russian provider. At the time it was version 12.0, but I never paid any attention to it until I discovered that part of its service was domain names registration. Starting Off with Plesk It couldn’t Continue Reading

Effective server maintenance: Every step you need to take | Plesk Help

6-min read A well-maintained server can be the perfect IT labour, working day-in, day-out without kicking up a fuss. Simply serving web pages without complaint. However, ensuring that your server operates that smoothly involves a degree of regular monitoring. And doing a couple of things that prevent various server failures. Continue Reading

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