A popular WordPress hack to improve WordPress security is to rename the WordPress database prefix. Does this really improve the security of WordPress? Read this article to find out how by changing the WordPress database prefix you can contain attacks even when your WordPress or any other component on it is vulnerable to SQL Injection.
There are many WordPress security plugins available but not all of them have the same scope. Hence before being deciding which plugin to install, users should first understand what type of plugins there are available to be able to determine which plugins will help them meet the WordPress security requirements, and ensure that every aspect of the WordPress security ecosystem is addressed.
A WordPress security tutorial that explains how and why you should hide your WordPress usernames to improve the security of your WordPress blogs and websites.
In the last few weeks the WordPress community started questioning the state of security of WordPress again because a number of vulnerabilities have been discovered both in WordPress and a number of popular WordPress plugins. This article explains how even though there are so many vulnerabilities being discovered, WordPress per se is a very secure software.
There are various types of WordPress hack attacks and most of them can be classified under two categories; Targeted and Non-Targeted WordPress hack attacks. This security articles explains what each type of attack is, how it works and how to protect your WordPress sites and blogs from these malicious WordPress hack attacks.
Should you change the WordPress Login Page URL to improve the security of your WordPress blogs and websites? Are there any other and better ways how to protect your WordPress login page?
The WordPress administrator user account is the most targeted account on a WordPress installation. Read this article to learn what you can do to tighten the security of your WordPress administrator user account and how to keep it secure.
This security article explains why you should change your WordPress Administrator ID to improve the security of your WordPress blogs and sites. It also explains how to change the WordPress administrator ID so malicious hackers cannot target the WordPress administrator account.
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.