Is WordPress Secure?

The question of whether or not WordPress is secure is complicated. While it’s obviously a secure enough platform for roughly a quarter of all websites around the world that are powered by WordPress, it’s not without its flaws. So, who is responsible for keeping WordPress secure? Of course, some of that responsibility ultimately falls on […] View original post at …

Medium Opens Partner Program, Allows Anyone to Publish Behind Its $5 Paywall

In March 2017, Medium scrapped its previous ad-driven revenue model to become a publisher of premium, subscription-based content. The company launched a new $5 subscription program and gave a select group of writers and publications the ability to publish articles behind a paywall inside its network. Medium’s invitation-only Partner Program launched in August but has now been expanded to include …

Bear App Users Want WordPress Publishing Integration

Ever since the demise of WordPress’ old distraction-free writing mode, users have been forced to look elsewhere for a truly zen writing experience. Gutenberg’s current design trajectory doesn’t seem to be putting it on track for delivering the minimalist writing environment that many writers crave. The project has a lot of publishing and design-related functionality to account for in its …

GitHub Launches New Dependency Graph Feature with Security Alerts Coming Soon

GitHub announced a new Dependency Graph feature at the Github Universe conference yesterday. It lists all the dependencies for a repository and will soon identify known vulnerabilities. The graph can be accessed under the Insights tab and currently supports Ruby and JavaScript dependencies with Python coming soon. Public repositories display the graph by default and private repository owners also have …