Fix Mixed Content Warnings and Blocked Content with HTTP/HTTPS Remover
No More HTTP/HTTPS Drama with WP Force SSL
Sometimes things come in waves. This week, I had to deal with two sites that had both http:// and https:// versions sitting side-by-side. In other words, typing in https://site.com reveals a working SSL certificate, but just typing in site.com takes you to http://site.com, which is still just sitting there, parallel to the identical SSL version, but without SSL protection of any kind.
Let’s Encrypt Has Issued More than 20 Million Free SSL Certificates
What do Let’s Encrypt’s 20 active million SSL certificates have in common? They’re all free.
Into the Vault: the HTTP-to-HTTPS Checklist
Last week, we transitioned WPShout (and all our other web properties) onto SSL, a major security step that also has numerous other benefits. This article documents a few important recurring “gotchas” in transitioning WordPress sites onto SSL.
That Was Easy: A Video Guide to Putting Sites Under Free SSL from Let’s Encrypt
Free SSL For All: Interview on Let’s Encrypt with SiteGround’s Hristo Pandjarov
WordPress Security Tips
Search Google and just about every article you come along will tell you that in order to have a secure blog, you need X amount of plugins. I disagree. I use none yet I’m satisfied I have a reasonable level of security. I use a number of techniques to keep the site safe, which I’ll discuss over the course of the post.