Wordpress Security

  • Google Search Console Goofed And Sent False Alerts on WordPress

    Sometimes I scratch my head where exactly Google is going with its search console. While I do believe it’s an amazing service to detect malware on sites and prevent those sites from being listed in search results, I’m not so sure I want Google actually scanning sites looking for issues. Case in point was a premature alert that went out to me and, I’m guessing, tens of thousan ...

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 26 readers -
  • SQL Injection – The Old Trick that Keeps on Giving

    … VTech and TalkTalk, which have millions of customers between them, don’t really have much of an excuse. How to Protect Your Blog From an Advanced DDoS Attack Security Solutions SQL injections are the second most common security vulnerability for sites using the WordPress platform, only behind cross site scripting. If you’re able to avoid XSS…

    The Blog Herald- 12 readers -
  • BTXP 009: 15 Tips to Help Keep Your Blog Secure from Threats

    … Getting hacked is one of the worst things that can happen to a blog or website owner. It can destroy weeks or months of work, cause large amounts of personal stress and even affect your revenue streams. Sadly, getting hacked is one of the realities of online business. In today’s episode I am going to go over 15 tips that will hopefully help…

    Blog Tyrant- 7 readers -
  • A Quick Guide on Beefing Up Your WordPress Security

    … WordPress is one of the best CMS platforms for users to build their websites on. It has an intuitive interface with easy-to-use features to help them develop the best-looking site or blog possible. This is one of the many reasons why WordPress has more than 75 million users worldwide. Due to its popularity, WordPress is also prone to security…

    Christopher Jan Benitez/ The Blog Heraldin Blogging- 22 readers -
  • Choosing WordPress Themes: Security Risks, Code Bloat and Other Issues

    … for themes carefully. There are certain companies that have a highly-regarded reputation. So if you are willing to pay for a theme, you might want to take a look at StudioPress (Genesis framework themes), Woo Themes or Elegant Themes. If you want a solid, secure theme that is updated often and free, be sure to check out the WordPress default themes…

    Keep Up With The Webin Blogging- 22 readers -
  • 14 Easy Ways To Make Your WordPress Website More Secure

    … Move wp-config.php up one directory If your host allows you to access non-public directories on your server above your WordPress directory, simply move the wp-config.php file up one directory. WordPress has built-in this feature so it won’t break your site when you do so. If for some reason it does, just move it back. This way it will be a lot…

    Andy Forsberg/ Penguin Initiativesin Blogging- 8 readers -
  • WordPress Security Tips: Protect Your Site from Hackers

    Are you worried someone could hack your WordPress website? If you aren’t, then maybe you should be! If someone can get into your website, they could: delete everything change your passwords so you can’t get in aymore write malicious things about you or your company on your site [insert other horrible thing you can imagine here] With so many millions of WordPress websites out there.

    Ashley Faulkes/ Mad Lemmings- 19 readers -
  • Two-Factor Authentication in WordPress with Google Authenticator

    … A guide to setting up two-factor authentication on any WordPress website with Google Authenticator for free in order to further improve WordPress security. The post Two-Factor Authentication in WordPress with Google Authenticator appeared first on Penguin Initiatives. Related Stories Best WordPress Hosting in 2014 Fastest & Best WordPress Themes in 2014 Best WordPress Affiliate Programs in 2014 …

    Andy Forsberg/ Penguin Initiativesin Google Blogging- 5 readers -
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