I had the opportunity to speak at tonight’s Tucson WordPress Meetup which had a focus on security.
It was a short intro to Jetpack Protect (formerly BruteProtect) and a small .htaccess mod to restrict access of wp-login.php to specific IP addresses. It went well.
Hopefully, I got some folks to at least change their admin account and use unique passwords.
I had the opportunity to speak at tonight’s Tucson WordPress Meetup at CoLab Workspace. I built a corporate intranet with WordPress last year and these slides tell the story.
Tonight was a great learning experience. Hopefully, they’ll have me back as a speaker – I wasn’t able to share my love for Grunt.js. (I now know just how short 10m is!)