September 26, 2019
November 22, 2017 — ¿Has visto alguna vez algún WordPress hackeado? ¿Sabes qué hacer si tienes la mala suerte de tener uno?
En esta charla analizaremos uno de los peores escenarios posibles, un CASO REAL DE UN WORDPRESS HACKEADO con multitud de archivos maliciosos y código ofuscado, donde se esconde una Webshell, un sistema operativo completo, desde la cual el ciberdelincuente (que no hacker) puede realizar un montón de acciones en la instalación comprometida.
Analizaremos el código de los archivos maliciosos, los decodificaremos y uniremos hasta llegar a ver la Webshell y veremos algunos parámetros de seguridad para evitar esto.
November 8, 2017 — From plugins that promise a layer of security to lofty opinions about file permissions, it’s hard to tell what works. Simply put, a security plan that aims to slow down someone who’s already in your house isn’t really a plan.
I’d like to discuss security as the foundation of a site rather than an add-on and approach this idea from the outside looking in. We’ll cover a high-level process on how to enhance security with version control, hosting and access management, 3rd party integrations and more. My goal is to highlight flaws in common practices and present alternative ones to create more secure WordPress sites.
As a developer working with businesses and Universities with thousands of hacking attempts per day I’ve learned what works.
September 28, 2017 — It’s a scary world out there, so come and learn easy ways to keep your website secure! While freelancing, I had more than one client approach me with a completely compromised website asking for help. I then learned the ins and outs of recovering and protecting their website, both with WP plugins and additional third-party tools. Key takeaways include why WordPress websites are inherently open to vulnerabilities, a list of free plugins to install today, and additional tools to use to keep your website healthy.
September 26, 2017 — Learning about WordPress Security can leave you feeling overwhelmed but you don’t have to. We will talk best practices and simple steps to keep your site safe and secure. From secure passwords, to security plugins, to what to do when you have been hacked, we will discuss it all.
March 29, 2017 — According to Google, 55,000 sites got compromised per week. As we know, WordPress runs majority of the content-driven websites in the world. It then became the number one target for hackers and phishing scammers. In this presentation you will learn the What, How, Why, Where, by following an up to date security checklist with steps to prevent and avoid your WordPress getting hacked.