Security 2016

The introduction of code snippet, configuration, and 3rd-party plugins or solutions are to improve your website security to avoid hacks and attacks.

Top 10 Tips You Must Take for WordPress Security

Top 10 Tips You Must Take for WordPress Security

Nothing is 100% safe and secure, and WordPress is no exception. Even, being widely used by millions of webmasters for website building, this open source CSM is the main target for malicious hackers. Therefore, if you are a WordPress user, you’d better check the following 10 measures and try them accordingly on your website, with which you can increase WordPress …

Post On: Feb 8, 2017
Category: Security
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How to Scan WordPress and Patch WordPress Loopholes

How to Scan WordPress and Patch WordPress Loopholes

As estimated, there are more than 7.5 million of attacks happened on the global WordPress sites for each hour. The statistics indicate that the chances for your website to be attacked are massive. In this case, starting a regular website scanning and patching the reported vulnerabilities should be your regular routine for website maintenance. After all, all the WordPress sites …

Post On: Aug 16, 2016
Category: Security
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How to Hide WordPress Login Page for the Better Security

How to Hide WordPress Login Page for the Better Security

For almost all the WordPress users, the login page security can be one of their top concerns, for this special page is the last barrier to have the website back-end and the sensitive information well protected against the hackers. However, no matter how hard you work on this aspect, you may still encounter the brute force attempts and the malicious …

Post On: Aug 15, 2016
Category: Security
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Top .htaccess Tips to Increase WordPress Security & SEO

Top .htaccess Tips to Increase WordPress Security & SEO

The .htaccess (Hypertext Access) file is a configuration file which allows you to change the settings of your web server. You can use the file to control the folders and files in the current directory as well as all the sub-directories, and enable/disable certain functionality so as to improve your site performance and add protection against hacks and known threats. …

Post On: Mar 6, 2016
Category: Security
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How to Use SSL to Improve Website Security

How to Use SSL to Improve Website Security

When it comes to the improvement of website security, the utilization of SSL is the top option for the majority of webmasters. With it, you can establish an encrypted connection between your site and your readers. This simply makes sure that all the data and information transferred from the browsers of visitors to the server of your site are safe, …

Post On: Jan 12, 2016
Category: Security
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How to Find and Fix the Backdoor in Hacked WordPress

How to Find and Fix the Backdoor in Hacked WordPress

If your website gets hacked in one day, you can easily bring it back to the normal situation using the latest backup file. However, what if the site is hacked again in the next day? This is possible if you fail to clean the backdoor properly, from which the hackers can get back into your site without much hassle. In …

Post On: Jan 11, 2016
Category: Security
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