Is The Use Of Wordpress Security Plugin Enough To Shield Your Website?

I have had two WordPress blogs hacked into in the past. That was at a time when I was doing very little internet marketing, and until I found time to address the situation (months later), these sites were penalised in the search engines. They were not removed, but the rankings were reduced.



Documents can easily get lost if you don't have good protection on your site. A few of those files might be stored on your computer and easily replaceable, but what about the rest of them? If you lose them the first time where will you get them out of again? Especially secure your wordpress site is vital. Many times sites have created a high number of files and have a lot of data. Recreating all of that are a nightmare, and not something any business owner wants to do.

I protect an access to important files on the site's server by putting an index.html file in the particular directory, that hides the files from public view.

A snap to move - If, for some reason, you want to relocate your website, such as a domain name change or a new web host, having your files at your fingertips can save you oodles of time, Resources headache, and the need for tech help.

Pathological-looking phrases that were whitelists and black based on which field they appear within, in a page request. (unknown/numeric parameters vs. known article bodies, remark bodies, etc.).

Do not use wp_. Web hosting providers are eliminating that default but if yours does not, adjust wp_ to anything but that.

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