WordPress might be easy to setup and use but maintaining it and ensuring its security is another story. We’ve decided to play our part in making things easier, and the result of that is the new WP Security Bloggers website and RSS feed.
The Challenge – Keeping Yourself Up to Date
One of the biggest challenges WordPress administrators and owners face when it comes to keeping their WordPress secure is keeping themselves up to date with what is happening in the industry, which vulnerabilities were discovered etc.
There are so many different WordPress security blogs and websites that it is difficult to keep up with all of them. But don’t fret; we have a solution for you.
WP Security Bloggers
A few weeks back we and our friends at WP White Security had this idea to create one central source for WordPress security news and updates; hence WP Security Bloggers was born.
What is WP Security Bloggers?
WP Security Bloggers is a website which pulls WordPress security news and updates from a number of leading security blogs and websites and stores them in a centralized location. No prizes for guessing which plugin we used for building this platform, of course it’s our very own WP RSS Aggregator.
To keep yourself up-to-date with all that is happening in the WordPress security world all you need to do is subscribe to this website, rather than following a gazillion sources. You can follow WP Security Bloggers by:
Subscribing to the WP Security Bloggers RSS Feed
Following WP Security Bloggers on Twitter
Following WP Security Bloggers on Facebook
Which are the Sources that WP Security Bloggers Uses?
WP Security Bloggers pulls updates from the following blogs and websites:
- WP White Security Blog
- SecurityFocus Bugtraq mailing list
- WPScan Vulnerability Database
- Sucuri Blog
- WordFence Blog
- iThemes Blog
- Centrora Blog
- Tips and Tricks HQ Blog
- BlogVault Blog
- Planet Zuda Blog
Add a Security Blog to WP Security Bloggers
If you follow a blog or website that frequently publishes news and updates about WordPress security you can help us grow the site by lettings us know, and we’ll be happy to add quality security news blogs to the WP Security Bloggers list. Let us know by suggesting a site.
Oddly, http://www.wpsecuritybloggers.com/ throws a McAffe SiteAdvisor – Dangerous Site alert at the moment, but the Sucuri.net SiteCheck lists it as not throwing that blacklist alert.