Sadly, my WordPress site was hacked. The first post in this series shared the discovery of the hack. This post is all about diagnosing how the site was hacked with an eye towards cleaning it up. In the last post I suggested brushing up on your Unix and now it’s time to break out your command line skills! This gets pretty techie. If you’d like the benefit of my experience you can reach me at john[at]refford[dot]com. I’m not a WordPress guru, but I’ll help if I can. Continue reading
It was just the worst. I came back from a wonderful Costa Rican trip and our home was fine, but my wordpress site was hacked!
This post, along with those that follow, will tell you what happened, how I got the sites up and running and diagnosed the hack. I’ll also share my lessons learned and bring in some WordPress security professionals to provide some expert advice. Continue reading
I’m to announce that I’ve been added to the Mutual Fund Education Alliance Digital Council. (To avoid any confusion, I haven’t left my current employer.)
What is the MFEA you ask?
The Mutual Fund Education Alliance is a community led organization of leaders in the mutual fund industry. The MFEA focuses on products, marketing and selling mutual funds. It also hosts the Star Awards recognizing excellence in industry communications.
MFEA Digital Council
As a member of the Digital Council, I’ll have a voice on steering topics related to social media, marketing and innovative technology. If you’re interested in knowing more about MFEA, click on over.