Security vs Security Through Obscurity – iThemes

Security through obscurity? What does that even mean? Security through obscurity is the reliance on the secrecy of the implementation of a system or components of a system to keep it secure. It’s not truly analogous, but imagine it being like hiding your car instead of locking it, to try to keep it from being …

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Rhys Rhaven on Twitter

If you care what an engineer looks like you’re missing the point of engineering. We don’t talk fashion over beers. #ILookLikeAnEngineer

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How to Create a Visual Brand and Fight the Dark Forces – Copyblogger

Have you seen Star Wars? Of course you have. My colleagues at Copyblogger are a little crazy about this movie, so when they found out that I had never seen Star Wars, they all freaked out. The next day, I received a package with the complete trilogy on Blu-ray (the original one, of course) from our Chief Digital Officer, Chris Garrett.

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General Summary as of August 2, 2015

Apologies for not posting updates here lately. This is a compilation of all the informal and official chats during the month of July ( 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and in between) as well as relevant activities in Trac. It’s organized to give you a bird’s-eye view of the cool & amazing BuddyPress features and enhancements…

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Woo Happiness Engineer

As a Woo Happiness Engineer, helping people is your passion. You’re driven by a desire to educate and teach others about the possibilities of WordPress, WooThemes, and WooCommerce. We’re currently hiring for both WooThemes and WooCommerce support roles. These positions are full-time and require a firm grasp of WordPress, along with our theme and plugin offerings.

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WordPress 4.2.4 Security and Maintenance Release

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WordPress 4.2.4 Security and Maintenance Release

WordPress 4.2.4 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. This release addresses six issues, including three cross-site scripting vulnerabilities and a potential SQL injection that could be used to compromise a site, which were discovered by Marc-Alexandre Montpas of Sucuri, Helen Hou-Sandí of the WordPress security team, Netanel Rubin of Check Point, and Ivan Grigorov.

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