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WordPress Security

WordPress Security

WordPress Security

Lessons

  1. Site Activity Monitoring

    In this video, we will show you how to secure your WordPress while allowing others to work on your site.
  2. Prevent Brute Force Attack Method 2

    WordPress allows users to enter passwords as many times as they want. Hackers may try to break into your site by entering different combinations until your website cracks and discover your login data.
  3. Secure Hosting

    A web hosting is a type of service that allows individuals to make their website accessible via the internet using a browser.
  4. Computer Security

    Websites should consider the importance of its security but you have to secure your computer first in order to secure the whole.
  5. Backups

    Isn't frustrating when your website goes down and you don't have any backups? all those time and efforts will be wasted and you keep pulling your hair out because you don't know what to do.
  6. Securing WPConfig

    In this video, we will show you how to secure your wp_config.php file.
  7. Changing Security Keys

    How to add or change wordpress security keys? The purpose of this video is how to be aware of them, show where they are and how to change them if you need to.
  8. Secure Install

    If you're planning to install wordpress, you have to watch this short video first.
  9. Customize Login Error

    How and why you should customize your login error messages on your WordPress? In your login error, if you write the wrong username, the default error message will tell you that you entered the wrong username.
  10. Has Your Site Been Hacked?

    Hacked website is such a frustrating experience and if you are not that tech savvy, this is such a nightmare. Before we teach you how to a cleanup hacked website, you should know first if your website has been hacked.
  11. Removing the WordPress Version Numbers

    One of the security tips from WordPress-o-Sphere says: " Don’t display your WordPress version number publicly.
  12. Prevent Brute Force Attack Method 3

    In this video, we will show you how to prevent brute force attacks by downloading two plugins in WordPress: WPS Hide Login and Login Recaptcha.
  13. Actions After Hacked Site CleanUp

    We need to update all the wp software with the latest version, because as we know the wordpress always release the latest version of the software to make the wordpress website safe and secure.
  14. Basic Hacked Site CleanUp

    We will show you basic hacked site cleanup in this video. First of all, if you have back up files, login to your cPanel and remove your files completely then restore it from a recent backup.
  15. Prevent Brute Force Attack Method 1

    Trying to enter different usernames and passwords multiple times is called brute force attack and this is one of the ways hackers are using to attack your site.
  16. Change DB Prefix After Install - Method 2

    As we've mentioned in the previous video, the database is like the heart of your website and you have to change database prefix in order to prevent hackers hacking your WordPress.
  17. Change DB Prefix After Install - Method 1

    The database contains important information that is why it is a popular hacker target. Hackers develop malicious code to attack various databases, break into websites, or publish spam comments.
  18. Blocking Hackers from Seeing Admin Usernames

    Hiding all username will improve the security of your site and will prevent hackers from hacking your site.
  19. Hide Admin Username

    Why we have to hide the username of our WordPress site? Is it necessary? Yes! Hiding username completely improve the security of your site and will prevent hackers from hacking your site.
  20. Removing User ID

    Remove user ID 1, why? hackers trying to break into the site by guessing admin username and password repeatedly.

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