This is the second interview in the “Hosting+Security” series.
WordPress – is the most frequently used tag on this blog. There are two major reasons for this:
Thousands (if not millions) of WordPress bloggers have already experienced various security related problems: malicious scripts and spammy links injected into their web pages, rogue users, corrupted databases — they know how much time and efforts it may take to recover their sites, and how it can be frustrating to find their blogs hacked again just a few weeks later.
In this interview, I will talk with Jason Cohen about WordPress security and his new WPEngine hosting company that aims to protect your WP blogs better than any traditional shared hosting provider.
Selected short messages and links you might have missed if you don’t follow me on Twitter.