Ah, this old chestnut. The domain scam email. Let’s look at it in more detail.
Earlier today, online security company Wordfence posted a blog entry with five security questions you should ask your web host. We thought it would be helpful to answer those questions for you.
On updating to Wordfence 6.2.1, users are being greeted with a notification that support for Falcon and Basic caches will be removed in a future version.
Due to essential server maintenance and software upgrades, some clients’ sites and email accounts will be unavailable for around one hour sometime between 10pm on Wednesday 18 May and 6am on Thursday 19 May 2016.
WordPress 4.5.2 has just been released. This is a security release for all previous versions and you are strongly encouraged to update your sites immediately.
WordPress has released a security update that fixes a SSRF vulnerability and an open redirection vulnerability. We recommend that all clients update their sites immediately.
WordPress security firm WordFence have confirmed that their security plugin will protect against XML-RPC brute force amplification attacks.
WordPress 4.3.1 was today released to the public. Version 4.3.1 is a security update and you are strongly encouraged to update your sites immediately.
WordPress 4.2.4 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately.