It may have taken me a year, but I’ve finally figured out that I was wrong the whole time, and using git to handle deployments isn’t impossible, it’s just different, and it can totally be scripted.
You want to add something to your protection armor? Two-Factor Authentication it is! But what is it, what does it do, and how do you use it?
There are certain things I just don’t do to make my site more secure, because I don’t think they matter. There are others that I do, because I think they do matter. I guess the time to post about this is now!
No ModSecurity? No problem (unless you’re on nginx)! You can still do things to help protect yourself from the insanity of people hammering your server trying to log in to WordPress.
If you have ModSecurity and root access, you can cold-stop people trying to brute force into WordPress on your server.
I needed to customize my comments on a socialish site, so people always knew who was in charge. With Genesis Framework it’s pretty painless, even if you have no idea what you just wrote.
Why am I supporting PressGram on KickStarter? Because I want the app, and so do you, even if you haven’t realized it yet.
Words. They fail me. Chrome changes the game again, and I’m not sure how I feel.
When the big dogs switch to Zend, it’s time for the little dogs to do it too. Gain some speed and style with Zend Optimizer+, coming soon with PHP 5.5