Configuring HTTP2 Push with WordPress

Let’s say that you had a site that runs on PHP, which of course your WordPress instance does, and you wanted to use HTTP2 Server Push to push down two CSS… Read more

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Hacking 27% of the Web via WordPress Auto-Update

At Wordfence, we continually look for security vulnerabilities in the third party plugins and themes that are widely used by the WordPress community. In addition to this research, we regularly examine WordPress core and the related wordpress.org systems. ...

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