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  1. Tips on how to both detect WordPress hacks and more importantly, prevent future hacks.
  2. Mephisto is a blogging platform, competitor to WordPress but on Ruby on Rails.
  3. GetShopped is a WordPressMU based ecommerce platform. It's initially free (limited to 200 transactions / month). No prices are available for the upgrades.
  4. Instict are the people behind GetShopped.com. They're a New Zealand based outfit.
  5. The comment referrers plugin stores the HTTP referrer field when a comment is submitted and then adds it to the comment in the admin / email view. Helps to identify spam.
  6. Black Hat Boot Camp have a list of (currently 64,724) WordPress blogs which can be searched or downloaded in plain text format, for free.
  7. A list of vulnerabilities in WordPress versions. Very useful.
  8. WP Glamour sell premium WordPress themes and offer some free themes for download.
  9. A design company with a speciality in WordPress themes. They designed a custom theme for WordPress.com. Custom designs start from $2'000.
  10. WordPress MU community site by the people at Incsub (professional WPMU developers).
  11. Incsub are a WordPress MU development company. They manage EduBlogs.com amongst others.
  12. The WP CSS plugin combines multiple CSS files used by WordPress into one single, gzipped file for faster download, fewer connections.
  13. The WP JS plugin combines multiple javascript files used by WordPress into one single, gzipped file for faster download, fewer connections.
  14. A list of security related plugins for WordPress. Some good stuff.
  15. AskApache Password Protect is a WordPress plugin which uses .htaccess and other methods to block some common WordPress attacks. Some of the options get in the way of functionality, but many do not and will help.
  16. BuddyPress is a series of plugins which transform a vanilla WordPress MU installation into a social network. It's due for final release around Dec 2008.
  17. WP-HashCash implements the hashcash approach to spam prevention as a WordPress plugin.
  18. DataFeedr is a subscription service ($100/mth as at Jun 08) which allows you to build affiliate stores based on WordPress. You select affiliate networks, input your details, then choose products and the system automatically generates the stores for you.
  19. List of smilies (emoticons) supported by WordPress including the icons and the text. :)
  20. An article from Noupe.com on securing WordPress installations. Some general tips such as restrict by IPs, block repeated failed logins, disallow directory listings, block access to wp-config.php, etc.
  21. WP Security Scan is a WordPress plugin which scans your WordPress installation for security vulnerabilities and suggests corrective actions.
  22. Article on WordPress security by TechCrunch. Good post encouraging people to keep their version up to date, etc.
  23. Tripwire monitors files on the filesystem for changes as a method of intrusion detection. Similar systems include AIDE and Samhain. Useful for detecting web site hacks.
  24. Donncha writes a useful article on detecting if your site has been hacked, monitoring systems to check for hacks, and how to secure your site to avoid future hacks.
  25. Sandbox is a generic WordPress theme with extensive CSS styling, etc, which can serve as the base for many theme designs.

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