A guide to WordPress security
Roughly 30,000 websites are hacked every day. Could your website become one of them? In a perfect world, using a popular content management system like WordPress would end many security woes — but unfortunately, that’s not the case. By default WordPress isn’t very well secured; it’s built to easily publish content, not necessarily to protect it. If you want to protect your content as blogger, you’re going to need to take some extra steps.
But becoming a blogger shouldn’t mean that you have to be some sort of technical savant. You’re a content producer, not a hacker. Because of that, we’ve compiled a complete, all-in-one guide to “hardening” and protecting your WordPress blog. And it’s a little long — but most of the steps that you’re going to have to take are only going to have to be taken once.
By the end of this guide, you’ll know absolutely everything there is to know about WordPress safety and security, from better password habits to modifying the default WordPress configuration files. Whether you’re setting up a one man show or creating an immense magazine of content, you’ll be able to rest assured that your data, your site, and even your users are protected.
But first… let’s talk about the risks: https://bestvpn.org/bloggers-guide-to-wordpress-security/