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 to greatly decrease the chances that such a breach happens to you.
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 post-hack scenario (forensics).
WP Security Audit Log is a comprehensive activity log plugin that keeps a log of every change that happens on your WordPress sites and multisite networks. It is available as a free plugin with additional premium features.
In this plugin review we are going to highlight the benefits of activity logs on WordPress sites and multisite networks, and also look into the features of this WordPress activity log plugin.
One of the most pernicious myths about WordPress is that it is vulnerable to hackers. As the most popular Content Management System, running almost 60% of all websites that use a CMS, there will always be some WordPress sites that are no longer actively maintained or whose owners are simply unaware of what they need to do, so, yes, we will keep hearing about WordPress sites that have been hacked.
The truth is, however, that the huge and extremely active WordPress community, who follow the latest security trends and spring into action whenever a vulnerability is discovered, make the most secure CMS if you follow a few simple steps.
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.
Few people enjoy the hassle or have the required expertise to set up, monitor and maintain a WordPress site. Most of us value the reliability of the provider and just focus on the content of our websites. For all of us untroubled managed hosting is way to go. MagicPress.net is a platform offering fast, secure and reliable managed WordPress hosting.
With large scale cyber attacks happening more often than anyone would like to admit, you might think to yourself that the chances your small WordPress website will be hacked are slim to none. After all, who would hack your website when there are so many bigger and better sites to attack?
Using WordPress as your content management system already puts you one step ahead of the rest of the online world as far as security is concerned. However, that does not make your website immune to hackers.
Today I am going to share with you why securing your WordPress website is so important and how using a security tool called Hide My WP to well…hide WordPress…can be used to help secure your website from unwanted intrusions and hacks.
Let’s face it, WordPress has its down falls… such as security risks, users accidentally deleting the database, plugin incompatibility when updating and more. We all need help some day to take care of our WordPress needs. This is where WordPress maintenance services come in.
Security is one of the hottest topics in WordPress at the moment, and it has been for a while now. There have always been concerns with security in the WordPress world, and that’s where some of the best security plugins have come in to put people’s minds at rest. Although there are still those who question the effectiveness of such security plugins, there are some that can do a very good job at keeping your WordPress site safe and secure in many ways. Rather than go through all this discussion in this review though, I’d suggest reading this article about understanding…