[wp-edu] About to give up

Casey Bisson casey.bisson at gmail.com
Tue May 26 20:00:11 UTC 2015

Sucuri is a great recommendation. I can also suggest both http://tri.be and http://10up.com as reputable agencies that can help with architecting (or re-architecting) for security and performance.


> On May 26, 2015, at 12:50 PM, Joseph Ugoretz <joseph.ugoretz at mhc.cuny.edu> wrote:
> So sorry to hear about this Darcy!
> We’ve kept things up to date and secure for about seven years now, but I know you don’t want to hear that!
> I have heard many very good reports about Sucuri https://sucuri.net/wordpress-security/wordpress-security-monitoring <https://sucuri.net/wordpress-security/wordpress-security-monitoring>
> both for ongoing monitoring and for cleanup once the problem is happening.
> For hosting, I think (especially if you don’t have real support), the folks at Reclaim Hosting are going to be a lot better support and caretaking.
> -- 
> Joseph Ugoretz, PhD
> Associate Dean
> Teaching, Learning and Technology
> Macaulay Honors College
> City University of New York
> macaulay.cuny.edu <http://macaulay.cuny.edu/>
> On May 26, 2015 at 3:43:49 PM, Darcy Greene (greened at msu.edu <mailto:greened at msu.edu>) wrote:
>> Hi fellow Wordpress multisite users
>> We have been using Wordpress multisite with our School of Journalism class sites for the past five years. It seems that we have finally lost the battle with plugins and updates. Security is breached, unexplained traffic is taking down the servers and nothing is reliable. The competent people who did the original install are long gone. 
>> Have any of you faced similar problems with an old WPMS network? Do you have an outside host that keeps things running smoothly? Have you changed to a new system?
>> Thanks for your feedback.
>> Best,
>> Darcy

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