In part one of our article, we looked at some simple steps to help secure your WordPress website.
In part two, we’ll move on to a few more advanced tasks, to really lock down your WordPress website security.
Advanced Tech Security Tasks
Now that you’ve handled the simpler security tasks to protect your WordPress site, it’s time to take a look at some of the advanced things you can do to make your site even more secure.
6. Automate your WordPress updates
If you’re like me, you don’t log in to your website often, so you may miss a WordPress update notice. But cybercriminals don’t. Since WordPress makes this information public, all they have to do is scour the internet for sites that haven’t yet updated, and they’re ready to go.
To fix this vulnerability:
For minor updates:
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