When it comes to protecting your WordPress website, the login screen is an important line of defense. A significant part of this is making sure your password is secure, which makes it far less likely that attackers will be able to crack it and gain access. WordPress uses something called ‘salt’ keys to protect your […]
The new UNLOQ two factor authentication plugin protects WordPress websites from credential-related risks by increasing the security of user logins through 3 secure authentication methods, custom login URL, multi-site SSO and role-based 2FA enforcement. Free under 100 users, it features 60 seconds setup and login page customisation.
Can you imagine if your entire WordPress website were to suddenly crash and fail, taking all of your hard work – posts, pages, and custom designs – with it? Me either. Sometimes installing a new plugin or theme can cause your site to crash. Other times, a website hacker may break into your database and […]
Online security is the primary concern for everyone, and your WordPress site is like your information repository. You must have already selected a unique password for your WordPress admin account. Do you think that is enough for your data security? Just like Google, Facebook and WhatsApp, WordPress now allows you to set up a two-factor […]
WordPress is a popular target because it used by tens of millions of people. It’s no secret that the default login page can be found by going to wp-admin, or wp-login.php. This article shows you how to manually obscure your site’s login page without a plugin. A brute force attack is a method hackers use to […]
What’s that? You think your online privacy isn’t at risk? That it hasn’t, in fact, already been hijacked? Are you sure? Jeff Chester, executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy, says, “The Internet has become a serious threat to our privacy,” and we don’t think Jeff goes far enough with that observation – for […]
If the sight of the “updates available” notification in your WordPress dashboard fills you with a sense of dread, you’re not alone. Updating your WordPress plugins and themes or WooCommerce and its extensions can sometimes be an easy process — just a few seconds of waiting and you’re set. But it can also involve backups, testing, additional […]