You may well have heard all the buzz online about the attacks on WordPress security. Unfortunately this is no joke, and it needs to be taken very seriously, or all you've built could be hijacked or worse, lost to you.
By default, the newest version of WordPress is pretty darn secure. The development team of WordPress has considered anything that might have been added to any rename your login url to secure your wordpress website plugins. In the past , WordPress did have holes but most of them are stuffed up.
Safeguard your login credentials - Do not keep your login credentials where they might be found by a hacker. Store them offsite, as well as offline. Roboform is good for protecting them. Food for thought!
While it's an odd term, it represents a task that is necessary : making a WordPress copy of your website to work on offline, or in the event something should go amiss. We're not only being obsessive-compulsive here: servers go down every day, despite their claims of 99.9% uptime, and if you've had this happen to you, you understand the panic is it can cause.
Another step to take to make WordPress secure is to upgrade WordPress. The main reason for this is that there also come fixes for old security holes making it essential to upgrade early.
These are only a few of the see this here things I do to secure my blogs. Fantastic thing is they don't require much time to do. These are easy solutions, which can be carried out easily.