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WordPress is one of the most popular Content Management Systems on the Internet. Due to it’s popularity, it is also the target of many hackers. We’re here to show you our top 5 recommendations on how to secure your WordPress site based on issues we’ve come across.
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Using PHP 7.2 on an Ubuntu server is highly recommended over previous PHP versions for several reasons, first being security. Active Support for PHP 7.2 goes until November 30th, 2019 and Security Support until Nov 30, 2020. Older versions like 7.0 and anything 5.6 and below are no longer getting any support and can leave open security holes on a server if they are not replaced. Another main reason to upgrade is the big performance increase over previous versions when PHP 7.2 is installed and is using the OPcache module. This can greatly decrease the time it takes for your webpage to load! If you are developing a site locally or launching it on one of Liquid Web’s Ubuntu VPS or Dedicated Servers, using PHP 7.2 or newer would be the way to go.
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Reading Time: 2 minutesIn this quick tutorial, we’ll learn how to check the MySQL version of a server. Without a doubt, MySQL is one of the most popular RDBMS (Relational database management system) options available, so you’ll find it pretty much everywhere. There can be some pretty staggering differences between MySQL versions, so knowing which version you’re working with is important. Learn here how to check the version of MySQL your server is using!
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