The Ultimate Guide to WordPress and GDPR Compliance (in Plain English)
Are you confused by GDPR, and how it will impact your WordPress site?
This article tries to explain everything you need to know about GDPR and WordPress (without the complex legal stuff).
The EU isn’t some evil government that is out to get you. Their goal is to protect consumers.


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    GDPR compliant quickly!

    Is my site 100% GDPR compliant after installing the plugin?
    No. At this point it is impossible to say what makes a site 100% compliant with GDPR or not because the regulation is not specific on (technical) solutions.

    With future updates we’ll expand the plugin to include more features helping you take care of as many parts of GDPR as possible.

    What does this plugin do?
    With the WP GDPR Compliance plugin it is possible to automatically add a GDPR checkbox to Contact Form 7, Gravity Forms, WooCommerce and WordPress Comments. By ticking this checkbox your visitors and customers explicitly allow you to handle their personal data for a defined purpose (i.e. taking care of their order).

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  11. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Hackers Exploit Flaw in GDPR Compliance Plugin for WordPress

    A critical security flaw affecting a GDPR compliance plugin for WordPress has been exploited in the wild to take control of vulnerable websites, users have been warned.

    The WordPress GDPR Compliance plugin, which has over 100,000 active installations, is designed to help the administrators of websites and online shops become compliant with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It supports plugins such as Contact Form, Gravity Forms, WordPress Comments, and WooCommerce.

    According to researchers in Defiant’s Wordfence team, the vulnerabilities can be exploited by unauthenticated attackers to obtain privileged access to targeted websites by adding new admin accounts.

    Shortly after the news broke that the GDPR Compliance flaws have been exploited in the wild, WordPress notified the developer and deactivated the plugin on its official store. The application was quickly reinstated after its creators released version 1.4.3 on November 7, which should resolve the vulnerabilities.

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  23. scribania says:

    By keeping your account up to date, you will make it easier for the WordPress team to look at your account information to see if you’re in the clear.

    Final Thoughts

    This article is very long, so if you’re in a hurry and want to jump right to the important stuff you can check out these tips for protecting your WordPress blog:

    Protect Your WordPress Blog With Two-Factor Authentication

    4-Factor Authentication For WordPress

    Use Two-Factor Authentication With Apache and Nginx

    Stop this Attack Before It Begins


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