Granted, WordPress is a pretty safe website platform by itself. But it’s not perfect. Data says that over 30,000 WordPress sites still get hacked every day. This is bad news. But there’s also good news: taking care of your WordPress security isn’t as difficult as it might seem. With some basic fixes, you can do away with most threats. Start with these 20 simple tricks to secure your site. Then, how about picking a good backup solution?

Secure Your WordPress Website in 2018: Here Are 24 Simple Tricks

Secure Your WordPress Website

I’ve heard many website owners complain about the security of WordPress. The thought is that an open source script is vulnerable to all sorts of attacks. Is that a fact? And if so, how do you secure your WordPress website? Luckily, this is mostly untrue. In fact, sometimes it’s the other way around. Okay, let’s say that it’s partially true. But even then the blame shouldn’t

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11 Ways to Speed Up WordPress

How to speed up WordPress surely is a hot topic these days. Fortunately, there are numerous techniques that you can employ to get the job done. So, our intent here is to list every trick we know of that can make your WordPress site a lot faster. But first… Why should you speed up WordPress? There are many reasons that ring alarm bells, some of which might

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VaultPress vs BlogVault vs BackupBuddy vs CodeGuard vs UpdraftPlus


“What do I need a backup for!? It’s not like anything bad is going to happen to my WordPress blog anyway!” … I’m sorry to be the one to break this to you, but there’s a whole plethora of bad things that can happen to a WordPress site. And if you’re not prepared – i.e. don’t have a backup – you’re in big trouble.

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WooCommerce Suffering From a Dangerous Object Injection Vulnerability

This is somewhat of a breaking news. In short: WordPress users have to face possible hacker attacks if they are dealing with the WooCommerce plugin. Sucuri team just discovered a dangerous vulnerability during their routine audit for their web application firewall. It seems that the vulnerability inside WooCommerce is Object Injection related and it could allow any hacker to download compromising files from the vulnerable server.

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[News] Ninja Forms Vulnerable – Issue Marked "Very High Risk"


As reported by the Wordfence guys, Ninja Forms – a popular form plugin (contact forms, subscription forms, etc.) – is suffering from a number of serious security vulnerabilities. Put together, those vulnerabilities have been labeled “very high risk,” which in web-security-speak basically means this:

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