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Whitelisting IP addresses in WordPress

Whitelisting : – all IP addresses are blocked except for specific IP addresses that are allowed. Blacklisting - IP address means to block a specific set of IP addresses, while ‘whitelisting’ allows access to just a specific set of IP addresses. That is – when you whitelist an IP address on a website, you grant [...]

By |January 28th, 2019|WordPress Security|0 Comments

Block An IP Address From Visiting A WordPress Website

Dealing with a bot, spammer, or hacker constantly hitting your site? There are many reasons you may need to block an IP address from visiting your website. To prevent particular users doing malicious things with your website Trying to spam your web forms Hack your shopping cart, etc. Big impact on your visits and bandwidth [...]

By |January 28th, 2019|WordPress Security|0 Comments

Secure WordPress site from attacks

Security is something you’ll want to take seriously from the beginning. You never know when hackers could be trying to force their way into your website so it’s important to protect your site. There are several ways you can keep your website secure. Some website owners prefer to use WordPress user roles to improve security [...]

By |August 22nd, 2018|WordPress Security|0 Comments

How To Set Up Proper Folder and File Permission in WordPress

Installing security plugins is a good practice and a must for every WordPress website. However, if your file-system permissions aren’t set up correctly, most of your security measures could be easily bypassed by intruders. Permissions and ownership are quite important in WordPress installations. Setting these up properly on your Web server should be the first [...]

By |August 22nd, 2018|WordPress Security|0 Comments

Protect your WordPress Admin Area

It is important to restrict the access to your WordPress admin area only to people that actually need access to it. If your site does not support registration or front-end content creation, your visitors should not be able to access your /wp-admin/ folder or the wp-login.php file. The best you can do is to get your home IP address [...]

By |August 4th, 2018|WordPress Security|0 Comments

Change Your WordPress Admin

Replace the default Admin username with a more secure your site. If you have an existing WordPress site and you want to change your username (for example to something different than "admin" for security reasons), you can do this quite easily. First, go to your cPanel and click on the phpMyAdmin icon in the Databases section. Next, locate your [...]

By |August 4th, 2018|WordPress Security|0 Comments

Increase Database security in WordPress

1.REGULARLY  BACKUP WORDPRESS DATABASE Sometimes accident can happen when we least expert it. If you can have made a careless mistake and your post is gone how can you restore your data in your database? Your database contains all your post,comments and link that you have on your blog so if the database is erased or [...]

By |August 4th, 2018|WordPress Security|0 Comments

Improve Database Security

You don’t have to go far to find out how important database security is. For instance, Target is still reeling from their systems being hacked, exposing the credit card information of many of their customers. It’s the kind of harm that requires a lot of time, money, and resources for damage control, as well as [...]

By |August 4th, 2018|WordPress Security|0 Comments

Backing up your WordPress database

Your database contains all your important information if the database is erased or corrupted you lose everything. Sometimes accident can happen when we least expert it. If you can have made a careless mistake and your database is gone how can you restore your data in your database? So Backup your database regularly. The WordPress [...]

By |August 4th, 2018|WordPress Security|0 Comments