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Protecting WordPress from the Inside Out

by Marketer with Design & Dev Experience (that's lethal). at WPBeginner on Jan 09, 2010

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WordPress is pretty secure and they release updates periodically to fix loopholes. In order to stay safe you should always make sure to upgrade to the latest version of the software whenever they are ...

WordPress is pretty secure and they release updates periodically to fix loopholes. In order to stay safe you should always make sure to upgrade to the latest version of the software whenever they are available.

However there are several more ways in which you can protect your WordPress installation from getting misused or hacked. In this session, we are going to look at some of the most useful tips, tricks, and plugins to add an extra level of security to your WordPress site.

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  • kennyshow2 Tunde Babaty Salahdeen, Director at Akram group of company good slide. thanks 1 year ago
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  • GoodLookingDigital Good Looking Digital at Good Looking Digital When setting up WP installs I tend to use 20 char random ID's generated from random.org (http://random.org/strings/)
    So, for example, the admin UID becomes something like: admin_0YcWgjYpelWKPJP59DGI

    I tend to do the same for passwords, DB prefixes (although not all 20 chars) and so on & keep track of them in something like Evernote or Google Docs. I've found it's the most consistent way of being random ;)

    Great slide btw, cheers for sharing.
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  • AssetDigital AssetDigital Good stuff. Been wondering about this. 2 years ago
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  • guest25b3e372 Kate Mag Awesome presentation about WP Security 4 years ago
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  • dutchportfolio Sietse Bras at Sietse Bras Beveilliging van WordPress 4 years ago
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  • wpbeginner Syed Balkhi, Marketer with Design & Dev Experience (that's lethal). at WPBeginner @Jonathan Nice to see that this presentation attracted the attention of the co-founder of Slideshare :)

    Wondering why am I not able to upload a picture to this account of mine?
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  • jboutelle Jonathan Boutelle, Director of Technology at SlideShare LOL love the wordpress-branded condom on the first slide. Nice presentation, will keep these tips in mind. 4 years ago
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  • juarezpaf Juarez P. A. Filho, Web Addict / Front-end Dev at Freelancer Nice to see this compilation of Good practices about Wordpress Security. I didn't know about Wordpress Monitor I'll try it soon.
    Congrats to wpbeginner.com also. It's AWESOME.
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  • guest5b3a1c8 Oliver Schlöbe Thanks for the Slides... :) 4 years ago
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