WordFence Rejects Leaked Passwords

Example of WordFence Insecure Password error screen

Our hosted WordPress sites using the WordFence plugin have now been updated with a new feature that detects when an email address logs in with credentials that have been previously discovered to be compromised in known password leaks from various sources. This feature increases protection since it stops a malicious third-party from using the leaked credentials to log in as you. If you see the INSECURE PASSWORD error when logging in, click the link to “reset your password” via email. After that, if you need additional help, please contact web services.

Hosted WordPress Updated To 4.9.1

Hosted WordPress sites have been updated to the latest greatest 4.9.1 security and maintenance release. For full details, visit https://wordpress.org/news/2017/11/wordpress-4-9-1-security-and-maintenance-release/

Hosted WordPress updated to 4.8.3


Hosted WordPress sites have been updated to the latest greatest 4.8.3 security release version. For full details, visit https://wordpress.org/news/2017/10/wordpress-4-8-3-security-release/

Hosted WordPress Updated to v4.8.2


Hosted WordPress sites have been updated to security maintenance release 4.8.2. Release notes are available at wordpress.org/news

Shared Hosting Server Maintenance 8/27


On Sunday, August 27, 2017 from 12 AM – 4 AM ET, we will be performing upgrades to our webhost6 shared hosting server. During this time, there may be brief interruptions to shared-hosting websites and/or email. We thank you for your patience as we make these upgrades.

Providing Free SSL Certificates to Hosted Websites

CU*Answers Web Services Moving All Shared Web Hosted Credit Union Websites to SSL Encryption at No Additional Cost
Over the course of the next several weeks, CU*Answers Web Services will be adding SSL certificates to all shared hosted credit union sites at NO ADDITIONAL COST to your credit union! If your credit union already purchased an SSL certificate, you may continue to use it. If you don’t have an SSL certificate, CU*Answers will be providing one via the Let’s Encrypt Certificate service Authority!

Why You Should Have an SSL Certificate for Your CU Website

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