Here at WebSideView we try to make sure you have the most up-to-date, relevant information to help you with your business.
With this article we want to ensure your website is not left vulnerable to attack.
It is a quick post to spread the word about the release of an important WordPress security and maintenance update that you need to know about and Act on Now (apologies if you have already heard about this and updated but better to be safe than sorry).
The update was released yesterday on the 4th August 2015 and addresses a number of issues that were highlighted by the WordPress community and contributors:
You can follow the link to see the official release details on WordPress.org
I am not going into the details of exactly what has been updated but just be mindful that these updates are not to be ignored and I encourage you to take action now.
Either by logging into your own WordPress website and applying the updates yourself or asking your developer to do this on your behalf if you are not sure how to do this.
I have previously shown you how you can update your own WordPress website in this post
and if you need some pointers you can go directly to the relevant section by clicking the link to
Thank you for reading and please share this with all your business colleagues and friends so they do not get caught out as well.