How to prevent hackers on your site part 4: Wordfence

One of the best security features we have discovered in our years of working with websites is a plugin called Wordfence. You may remember us saying in a previous post that plugins can be places of vulnerability on your site – this is true – however, Wordfence has such a strong worldwide reputation that we […]

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How to prevent hackers on your site part 3: Strong Passwords

If you roll your eyes every time a new app or website asks you to choose a new password to access their service, you’re not alone. And quite possibly, like so many people, you tend to use the same passwords again and again, and keep it “something you’ll remember” like a part of your name, […]

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How to prevent hackers on your site part 2: Website Maintenance

If your website is built using WordPress, congratulations! You’re part of the large majority of website owners using this fantastic platform. And if your site is built on WordPress.org (the self-hosted Content Management System, as opposed to WordPress.com, the blogging platform) it’s important to understand the security value in keeping the site up-to-date.   Because […]

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