9 ways to secure your WordPress website.
40% of the websites across the web are built using WordPress.
Here are a few of the varying ways through which you can secure your WordPress website against attacks.
The number of plugins is never an issue as long as the quality of the plugins is ensured.
Install trusted and licensed plugins.
It’s difficult to source the themes that are coded adequately by proficient developers.
Avoid pirated/nulled themes.
It’s important to keep your WordPress website updated.
Update the upgrades.
SSL certificate enables HTTPS encryption for your WordPress website.
Make SSL certificate your priority.
A reliable firewall keeps your WordPress website safe from malicious bots, exploits, viruses, and malware
Security - firewall & malware
It is therefore important that your site is regularly backed up to avoid any loss of information.
Ensure daily backup
"yoursite.com/wp-admin” is the default login address to your WordPress website
Change URL endpoint
CAPTCHA would ensure that no malicious code could be entered into your site thereby ensuring your site’s safety.
Make use of Captcha.
The default URL assigned to each image could be used by hackers to hack into your website.
Hide image URL.
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