Mar 2015

Pressidium's Free Migration Service: How It Works

One of the most popular features we offer at Pressidium is our free migration service. This service enables our customers to seamlessly transfer a website hosted elsewhere, onto their Pressidium account. Instead of having to go through the lengthy, technical process of doing this yourself, our team of trained WordPress experts do this for you. All you have to do is sit back and let us do the work for […]

Mar 2015

Managed WordPress Hosting: What You Need To Know

Managed WordPress Hosting: What You Need To Know   It’s no secret that at Pressidium, we’re on a mission to raise the bar in quality hosting. We don’t believe in making stuff complicated, when it can be a whole lot simpler. Why make it so difficult for customers to choose a quality hosting plan? It’s not rocket science, yet with the many options out there, you need a degree just […]

Mar 2015

About Pressidium® Pinnacle Platform Enterprise Architecture - Enterprise WordPress Hosting With An Edge

What is Enterprise Architecture? and why does Pressidium® Pinnacle Platform implement it? At Pressidium we're all about making things as simple as possible for our partners. However we've realised when talking about the Pressidium® Pinnacle Platform, our enthusiasm for the technical nature of our work has got the better of us. We often refer to the term Enterprise Architecture - the core aspect of our design but we now realise this […]

Feb 2015

WordPress 4.1.1 Maintenance Release

WordPress 4.1.1 Maintenance Release now Deployed and In-Production   Today, WordPress 4.1.1 was made available (read the release announcement here). This maintenance release fixes 21 bugs in the recently released version 4.1. See the full changelog here, which lists all of the improvements and bug-fixes now available in 4.1.1. We are happy to announce that all our customer's existing WordPress installs hosted on Pressidium® Pinnacle Platform have been successfully upgraded to WordPress 4.1.1. Our DevOps team […]

Feb 2015

FancyBox for WordPress Zero-Day Vulnerability

FancyBox-for-WordPress Plugin Zero-Day Vulnerability Some hours ago WordPress users started seeking help on the WordPress.org support forum reporting possible malware on their sites. The vulnerable websites displayed an iframe redirecting to the website at the address "h t t p : / / 203koko  .   eu" On the WordPress community support forum, members reported that they are seeing the below malicious code being injected into their (compromised) sites:

With the help […]