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Dan Pock

Dan Pock does Technical Writing & Marketing at Liquid Web with a background in System Administration, Public Relations, and Customer Service. His favorite things include: his cats, Oscar Boots and Dash Nouget; experimenting with PHP; and making up recipes (or at least attempting to). You can find his coding hijinks on GitHub, where he shares most of his projects and open source work.

The OpenSSL Glibc Vulnerabilty, How Managed WordPress Protected Customers

In the modern world of the Internet, software bugs are incredibly hard, if not impossible, to completely avoid. Generally these bugs are pretty benign: a page may not load, might be displayed incorrectly, or maybe the site is just completely down. Sure, those are major inconveniences, but the sites still exist and are safe from […]

Linux Kernels, Security, & the CVE-2016-0728 Bug. The Role of Managed WordPress

When you think of your server’s security you probably think: ‘Is my site up to date?’, ‘Am I using any outdated plugins?’, or ‘Is my SSL certificate still valid?’. You’re probably not too concerned with your server’s kernel version or Operating System’s version. However, when it comes to vulnerabilities discovered in either one, it’s not […]