WP Password Policy Manager is a WordPress password plugin that allows administrators and manage to configure password policies to enforce all WordPress users to use strong password. Like the popular WP Security Audit Log, WP Password Policy Manager is developed by WP White Security.
WordPress security keys are used to encrypt the WordPress login details stored in user’s cookies once they login to WordPress. By configuring the WordPress security keys you also improve the security of your WordPress. This article explains what are the WordPress security keys and how you can configure them in the wp-config.php file.
Many WordPress professionals recommend to hide the WordPress version number to improve the security of your WordPress and keep hackers at bay. But does hiding the version of WordPress really improves the security of your WordPress blogs and websites? This article looks into existing WordPress attacks and explains why by just hiding the version of WordPress your website is not protected from malicious hacker attacks.
The definitive WordPress SSL Guide | Do you have an online shop on your WordPress? Or would you like to improve the security of your WordPress by encrypting the WordPress login session? This WordPress security guide explains in step by step fashion how to enable WordPress SSL for your login page and admin pages, for a specific page or post and more.
In this WordPress security tutorial we explain what is two-factor authentication and how it helps you protect your WordPress logins and improve the security of your WordPress blog or website. We also review and use the Rublon WordPress security plugin to implement hassle free and invisible two-factor authentication on WordPress.
WordPress security is something that every WordPress owner should take care of. To address a number of questions we are frequently asked by WordPress users, we teamed up with WPMayor and recorded a WordPress security discussion where we cover a good number of topics related to WordPress security, such as how to choose a WordPress plugin or a hosting provider, how to know that your WordPress is hacked and more.
WordPress HTTPS (SSL) plugin allows WordPress owners and administrators to easily setup WordPress SSL for the WordPress login page or any other section of the blog and website without manually modifying code or configuration files. WordPress HTTPS (SSL) plugin is a very easy to setup and use WordPress plugin thus making WordPress SSL an easy task that can be done by any WordPress owner within minutes.
This WordPress security tutorial explains how malicious hackers can easily hack your WordPress login by stealing your WordPress username and password to hack into your website using free tools. This tutorial is for educational and awareness purposes, to encourage all WordPress owners to access they WordPress dashboard (admin pages) over an HTTPS (SSL) encrypted connection.
Shocking statistics show that more than 70% of the top 40,000 WordPress installations are vulnerable to hacker attacks because an old and vulnerable version of WordPress is being used. Read more about the state of security of WordPress website in this news article.
Sometimes WordPress administrators do not notice that their WordPress is hacked. In this WordPress security article we explain how to keep an eye on your WordPress and identify a malicious WordPress hack attack. The earlier you find out that your WordPress is hacked, the easier it will be to recover and the less the damage is.