WP Security Bloggers is now manually curated news

Finally, WP Security Bloggers got some TLC!

I started this project back in 2014, so I can have a central repository for all the WordPress security news instead of following all the blogs. Over the years the idea developed into creating a WordPress security news aggregator. Though because the number of blogs from which WP Security Bloggers aggregates the news is now over twenty, it is almost impossible to automatically curate the news.

The good news is that from today onward all the news will be curated manually. This means the value and quality for you subscribers will be much higher  – you will no longer see duplicate posts and posts that are not about WordPress security.

Other Updates

Today we have also done several minor but significant changes on the website, such as:

  • We removed sources that no longer are working,
  • Deleted some of the latest posts that made it through the automated curation,
  • Added an About page etc.

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Perishable Press Was Added to the Aggregate

We have just added the website Perishable Press to the aggregate of WP Security Bloggers website. Perishable Press has been around since 2005 and frequently publish interesting WordPress security articles. The website is run by Jeff Starr, who is also the developer of several plugins including the popular WordPress firewall BBQ (Block Bad Queries) plugin.

Recommend a WordPress Security Website

If you know of or follow a website or blog that frequently publishes articles or news about WordPress security please suggest the website to us.

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