Introduction to WordPress Security by Sucuri


Security on websites and mostly on WordPress which is on more than 29% of the entire internet, its crucial, preventive security is 10 times cheaper than proactive security. Below is an amazing and easy to follow infographic about WordPress Security by my favorite Website Security provider: Sucuri See the full infographic here: https://sucuri.net/infographics/intro-to-wordpress-security  

El Trabajo Remoto y yo


Ayer me decidí escribir algo corto que resulto crecer mucho más de lo que pensé. Quería escribir sobre trabajo remoto en Nicaragua pero terminé contando mi historia, mis obstáculos y mi motivación. Decidí también probar escribir en LinkedIN Pulse para probar el reach del mismo. Fue una bonita experiencia y escribir es algo que ayuda […]

Clearing CloudProxy cache via PHP


For those who are not familiar let me explain what CloudProxy is. CloudProxy is the Web Application Firewall & Caching service from my employer, Sucuri.net. This service is setup at the DNS level and helps filtering all the HTTP requests that get to your website and speeding the performance a the same time. Below is […]

WP Nicaragua: walking towards a WordCamp in Nicaragua on 2017


First I must admit that I love that as part of my job in Sucuri I get to  assist to WordPress events like WordCamps. I had the opportunity to assist the first WP Campus in Sarasota, Florida. This event was for all the Universities and other Higher Education entities that use WordPress on their campus for […]

WordCamp San José in November 2016


Finally, we have the official dates for #WordCamp San José in Costa Rica. The event will be held on November 5th and 6th. The event will be divided in tracks, that will help you focus on the talks/workshops that you might be interested. What are the tracks? There will be three: Developer Track Design: UX […]

What I’ve learned about people from providing support to WordPress Users


WARNING: This is a rant. Read at your own discretion! For the past 5 years my work has been focusing on WordPress, started a web development agency, then worked for mexican integrator, then moved to the web hosting world and now, at I work at a website security company called Sucuri.net. It’s been a great […]

How websites get hacked? And WordPress meetup Managua


On May, I had the opportunity to participate on Desarrolladores WordPress Nicaragua (You can find them facebook & meetup ) monthly meetup. Both my business partner and co-founder of SenorCoders.com and myself gave talks. While I talked about How Websites get Hacked, Kharron talked about Developing a Mobile App using WordPress as the backend. My presentation […]

WordPress Plugin Vulnerabilities


This is for all of you WordPress users. Recently a lot of vulnerabilities were discovered which allow hackers and script kiddies to have access to your website if you are running outdated versions of all the following plugins: Jetpack WordPress SEO Google Analytics by Yoast All In one SEO Gravity Forms Multiple Plugins from Easy […]