With over 25% of the websites on the Internet using WordPress, it should be no surprise that hackers find it an attractive target. Being open source makes it somewhat easier for e-villains to break into, if no precautions are taken to lock the door. Using best practices to secure WordPress sites can make your life a lot simpler.
There are a number of things you can do to make your WP installation more secure, though. Let’s take a look at a few:
Always use a very strong password
We’ve all heard this before. Using password or some nonsense like 12345 as your password rates right up there with licking light sockets. You might as well not have one, if that’s the best you can come up with. Continue reading “Best Practices to Secure WordPress Sites”