To the idiot who sent a message this morning stating that all the WebLaird site databases had been hacked and he would damage the WebLaird’s reputation if a ransom was not paid… There exists only one database; it contains nothing more than the information you can read throughout this site. Nothing more, nothing less....Continue reading
WordPress launched their newest minor version last night, 5.3.1. We recommend everybody using WordPress update to this version since it provides 46 bug-repairs over the previous 5.3.0 versi0n and many more compared with all preceding versions. If you are still on the 4.9 branch, we would no recommend making the step to the 5.x...Continue reading
9 January 2019 : the latest update to WordPress 5 is launched. At least the number of days since the last release is much greater than that between 5.0 and 5.0.1 and between 5.0.1 and 5.0.2 – but the number of bugs crushed remains impressive. The 5.0.1 update refers to ‘…some security issues…’ and...Continue reading
Following hard on the heels of the rapidly released 5.0.1, we saw this week the even more rapidly released 5.0.2… This release explosion rather confirms fears that security took something of a back seat in the rush to get the Gutenberg editor out. Hopefully things will calm down a little now and, if this...Continue reading
My concerns regarding a rapid implementation of WordPress 5.0 seem to have had some justification. Less than a week after 5.0 was launched, there has been a ‘minor’ upgrade to 5.0.1. But so minor this upgrade was not; it included 7 significant security problems. Less well publicised is the update to the 4.9 branch....Continue reading
WordPress 5.0 has been released and all over the world, webmasters are waking up to the cry from their installations to upgrade to this new version. Security plugins such as WordFence are telling us that a critical update is needed… But now comes the waiting game. Version 5.0 is almost all about Gutenberg, the...Continue reading
Latest security publication by WordFence, the number one WordPress security plug-in: Botnet of Infected WordPress Sites Attacking WordPress Sites...
A new version of WordPress, v5.0, is being released today 6 December 2018. This version is not simply an elimination of a few bugs but marks a ‘next step’ move; hence the jump from v4.9.8 to v5.0. As a webmaster / site manager, the Laird of Glencoe is wary about direct implementation of new...Continue reading
The latest site under construction by Laird of Glencoe Web-design: https://villazuli.fr/...