If you are on the internet, you are very much vulnerable to security attacks, hackers, and threats no matter what. The Internet is filled with all sorts of people, and to make sure you are safe on the internet and your information remains with you only, you need to take specific steps. A very prominent […]
Although it’s easy to overlook, the WordPress Login Page is an important part of your site. It provides a prime opportunity to display your branding but can also be a serious security vulnerability. With LoginPress, you can apply custom styling to your WordPress Login Page to proudly feature your brand’s logo and design. Plus, it […]
If you’re not paying for a premium managed WordPress host, it’s very likely that you’re the only thing standing between your WordPress site and malicious actors. Now, if you keep everything updated, use reputable extensions, and lock down your login process, your WordPress site will already be pretty secure. But a WordPress security plugin can […]
Looking for the best WordPress security plugin to lock down your WordPress site? In this post, I’ve collected eight of the best plugins that offer a comprehensive approach to WordPress security (as opposed to plugins with a smaller focus, like just limiting login attempts or adding two-factor authentication). Hackers don’t sleep, so let’s get right […]
By the latest numbers, WordPress powers about one-third of all the websites on the Internet. And while that’s great for the WordPress community, it also has a dark side – people love finding ways to spam WordPress sites! They’ll spam your site with comments. They’ll spam your site with form submissions. They’ll spam your site […]
Having your WordPress site hacked is not something you ever want to experience, but it happens more often that we’d like. There are ways to help prevent hacks, but if it happens to you, here are a few things you need to do right away.
It’s a scary world out there, and lots of people would love to get their hands on your precious WordPress login credentials. That’s why, according to Wordfence’s survey of people who knew how hackers got into their sites, brute force attacks and password issues accounted for about ~20% of the hacked sites. Two-factor authentication is […]
A security breach at your WordPress site is a nightmare scenario – all your hard work, gone up in a puff of smoke (or, more likely, a puff of pharmacy SEO link spam or weird redirects). In today’s WP Cerber Security review, I’m going to take a look at a freemium WordPress plugin that aims […]
Many developers face difficulties when working with WordPress. In this article, we outline what those difficulties are and also come up with a suggestion: the help of Plesk, which provides a toolkit that helps take care of some of the biggest WordPress frustrations.
This is the last part of the three article series about how activity logs can help WordPress site administrators. In this third and last article we will see how activity logs can help WordPress site administrators like you to improve the security of your WordPress site and track down the source and damage in a […]