We love using the iThemes Security Pro plugin to cover “most” of the security issues faced by our clients, and these guys have a great insight as to the threats faced by WordPress website. It feels like every week there’s another security breach in the news. It can cause panic, especially when we think website security has to […]
According to a recent report by wpscan.org, of the 3,972 known WordPress security vulnerabilities, 11% are from themes, 37% are from core WordPress and 52% are from plugins.
A successful WordPress security strategy should include steps to strengthen the WordPress login. Here are five simple rules for better WordPress login security. Use Strong Passwords An ideal password is at least 12 characters long and includes a large pool of characters, including upper and lower case letters, numbers and symbols. Use A Unique Password