WordPress Security Guide

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  • have automated daily backups of your WordPress Directories & Files.
  • update your wordpress to the latest version but do it carefully make sure your themes and plugins are compatible.
  • you’re running the newest version of your theme & plugins.
  • strong password
  • avoid using admin as username if possible
  • remove outdated and unused plugins
  • You’ve properly configured SSL (HTTPS).
  • Use Free Tools to Scan Your WordPress Site for Vulnerabilities
  • limit the login attempts
  • use latest PHP version
  • Disable XML-RPC
  • Use Premium security plugin
  • take advantage of two factor authentication
  • Disable file editing and PHP file extension

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