How to Secure Your WordPress Website

I’ve heard many website owners complain about the security of WordPress.  And if so, how do you secure your WordPress website?

In this guide, we will share all the top WordPress security tips to help you protect your website against hackers and malware.As a website owner, there’s a lot that you can do to improve your WordPress security

Today, I plan to discuss quite a few simple tricks that can help you secure your WordPress website

Basics of WordPress Security

1. First of All things Backup Restore.

2. Regular WordPress Update version.

3. User name and password Storng and Regular changes.

4. Best Security plugin Activate.

5. Disable File Editing.

6. Limit Login Attempts.

7. Change WordPress Database prefix.

8. Disable XML-RPC in WordPress.

9. Password Protect WP-Admin and Login.

10. Change the Default “admin” username

Update everything

Themes and Plugin Regular basis update in latest version.Running your website on outdated software, plugins and themes compromises it greatly. Since most hacks these days are fully automated, ran with bots that keep scanning the web, searching for vulnerabilities to break in – we recommend updating your CMS themes and plugins as soon as updates are released.


plugins Regular basisupdate and improve speed and not hacking issue . Adding extra features and functionality to your website is always tempting and exciting. Be sure, each time you opt for downloading and installing an extension to your site – that it is downloaded from a legitimate source. maybe even its release date and number of installations.

WordPress version number Remove

It’s basically sitting right there in your site’s source view. You can also see it on the bottom of your dashboard .it’s easier for them to tailor-build the perfect attack and easy.

You can hide your version number with almost every security plugin .

For a more manual consider adding the following function to your functions.php file:

function stacklarner_remove_version() {
return '';
add_filter('stack_generator', 'stacklarner_remove_version');

Final how to secure your WordPress website in my thoughts

If you are a beginner then that was a lot to take in. However, everything that I mentioned in this article is a top up. The more you care about your WordPress site security, the harder it gets for a hacker to break in.

If you have any questions on how to secure your WordPress website, let us know in the comments and we’ll answer them!

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