UPDATE Nov 2019: After 3+ years of running this service I’ve decided to stop running it, as this kind of spam is pretty rare now and not worth the maintenance from my side or the user’s side. Thanks to everyone who gave me feedback and helped ID spammers! If you have a Google Analytics account […]
Thank you everyone who came to my talk at WordCamp. Here are my slides: Though if you missed the talk it may be easier to follow along with the original hack cleanup guide it was based upon. Please feel free to reach out with any follow-up comments or questions you might have, and see you next time!
So you’ve been hacked, now what?? In my last post on WordPress security, “How Secure is WordPress“, I suggested hiring a professional ASAP when you’ve been hacked. I’m sticking with that advice — especially if your site is important to your business, better to let someone that has experience cleaning up these kind of messes take care […]
Update July 2018: I have developed a method for supporting DNT in Google Analytics. You may have seen the “Do Not Track” option in your browser — perhaps you even have it set to “On” yourself, but do you know how many of your users have it set? “Do Not Track” is a simple HTTP request header […]