Great news for Jetpack users! With the release of the new WordPress.com, there are some exciting improvements for Jetpack users, too! The Jetpack plugin now gives your self-hosted sites access to the new WordPress.com publishing and site-building tools — and the brand new WordPress.com app for Mac, along with a host of features to speed up, secure, and simplify site…
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You may have read the recent news report from Sucuri about the latest vulnerability to your WordPress XML-RPC file: Brute Force Amplification Attacks via WordPress XML-RPC Brute force attacks against XML-RPC are one of the oldest and most common types of attacks to your site. 47 more words
Hang on to your hats! Jetpack 3.7 is now available for your self-hosted WordPress sites with some great updates to the user interface, support for development sites, and more! 65 more words
Jetpack 3.6 has some great updates to the Extra Sidebar Widgets, improvements to Jetpack CLI, introducing a new Jetpack connection interface, and much more! Here’s a little taste of the great things we’ve added in Jetpack 3.6: Extra Sidebar Widgets Updates We’ve made some great improvements to a few existing widgets and added a new… 36 more words
WordPress is an Open Source project built and maintained by members of the community. While Jetpack is built by the fine folks of Automattic to port features from WordPress.com to self-hosted sites, we embrace the same open source spirit by hosting its plugin source code and development publicly on GitHub. 36 more words
In a WordPress Multisite installation, you can log in to any account that exists on the network through any log in page on the network. As a result, if you have Jetpack Protect active on some sites but not all, then no site is truly being protected.
Jetpack Manage allows you to manage your self-hosted WordPress sites and your WordPress.com sites from a single dashboard on WordPress.com. In this support doc, you can find: How to enable Jetpack Manage features How to manage your Jetpack sites and plugins from WordPress.com Troubleshooting information and FAQs. 36 more words