Linux Admins and InfoSec Experts,

The recent plugin flaw jeopardizing over 110,000 WordPress sites sounds a stark reminder: robust security is non-negotiable. WordPress, while versatile, is replete with potential risks—from XSS to brute-force attacks—that require rigorous best practices.

Maintaining a hardened WordPress on Linux webservers is not a choice but a necessity. This week we do a deep-dive into the pivotal security steps that can fortify your defenses, eradicate common vulnerabilities, and keep control firmly in your hands, not the attackers'. Elevate your security game with our expert insights!

Unveiling the future of open-source generative AI and the Parrot OS 6.0 release are also topics we explore this week. 

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Best Practices for WordPress Site Security on Linux Webservers

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WordPress-powered websites have plenty to worry about when it comes to maintaining security. They must guard against known and unknown vulnerabilities in WordPress, manage a host of third-party plugins, and remain vigilant against configuration errors that hackers could use against them. The good news is that some well-established best practices can help them do that, which we'll discuss in depth to help you secure your WordPress-powered websites.

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Unveiling the Future of Open-Source Generative AI

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The Linux Foundation's 2023 Open Source Generative AI Report delves into the advancements and implications of generative Artificial Intelligence (AI). As Linux admins, infosec professionals, and Internet security enthusiasts, it is crucial for us to understand the impact this technology has on our field. Let's critically analyze the insights from the report and explore the long-term consequences.

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The Parrot OS 6.0 Release: Empowering Ethical Hackers with Cutting-edge Tools and Enhanced Compatibility

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The recently released Parrot OS 6.0 has garnered attention among Linux administrators, infosec professionals, internet security enthusiasts, and sysadmins. This latest version of the security-oriented distribution for ethical hacking and penetration testing brings several significant updates and improvements. In this analysis, we delve into the key features and implications of Parrot OS 6.0, consider its long-term consequences, and explore its impact on security practitioners.

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