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Managed WordPress Hosting Saves The Day … Again

Managed WordPress Hosting Saves The Day … Again
December 1, 2014 GB
WordPress Managed Hosting Security

Our NZ-Based Managed WordPress Hosting has been operating for 8 months now, and already there have been many occasions when our added level of WordPress support and expertise has given our customers security and peace of mind.

WP NET does not just host your site and leave it at that — we constantly monitor the WordPress eco-sphere for important security updates, emerging threats and other risks — and when they are discovered we inform our customers and patch our systems as soon as possible. Most other hosts are not even aware of these issues and resolving them is usually left to you.

Many WordPress sites are still vulnerable to some of these threats weeks or even months later.

WP NET also monitors your website uptime and performs regular malware scans, and if we notice any performance issues with your site, we’ll get in touch and work with you to make improvements.

So, ask yourself … can you afford not to use Managed WordPress hosting?

Security patches and fixes mitigated by WP NET Managed WordPress Hosting

April to November 2014

  • Nov 27 — WordPress SEO plugin vulnerability discovered — all servers scanned and instances updated
  • Nov 21 — WordPress 4.01 security patch released — all WP NET sites updated within 4 hours
  • Sept 26 — BASH ShellShocker vulnerability revealed — all WP NET servers patched within 4 hours
  • Sept 26 — iThemes.com is hacked — all WP NET customers are informed and assisted with updating their passwords
  • Sept 22 — Important update for WordFence plugin — all servers scanned and instances updated to safe version
  • Sept 15 — All customer sites updated to WordPress 4.0
  • Sept 8 — Important Gravity Forms update released — all instances updated to safe version
  • Sept 4 — Slider Revolution Plugin vulnerability revealed — all servers scanned and instances updated or disabled
  • Aug 8 — Critical vulnerability revealed in WordPress Custom Contact Forms plugin — all servers scanned and instances updated to safe version
  • Jul 2 — WordPress MailPoet vulnerability exposed — all servers scanned and all instances updated to safe version
  • Jul 1 — Serious exploit revealed in TimThumb script — all servers scanned and vulnerable instances updated or removed
  • Jun 10 — Imposter WordPress plugins LoginWall revealed — all servers scanned, no fake instances found