When it comes to security, there is no WordPress-specific type of security that exists. All problems with security are common for all websites or applications.
On the other hand, there are a decent number of plugins that you can use to harden your website security.
WordPress security problems are of great interest, though, because it powers about 40% of the web and is open source. When one finds a vulnerability either in the WordPress core or plugins, other websites using it become vulnerable because they all use the same code.
In this column, you’ll learn how to harden your WordPress site against different types of vulnerabilities, though the scope of this article is wider and applies to all types of web applications.
There is no limited set of ways to hack a website. Attackers can use many techniques to access your site.
These are the common types of vulnerabilities, but that doesn’t mean they are limited to just these. When you think about security, in general, you should think in a 360° way.
For example, they can steal your PC and have physical access to your computer. They can also use surveillance techniques to see your passwords when logging in from a public network to your website.
Let’s dive into how to harden our WordPress installs in order to make life a little more difficult for attackers.
Keep reading to learn more about each of these 16 ways to harden your WordPress website security: Use HTTPS.
Always use strong passwords.
Use password managers to store your passwords.
Enable Captcha on Login forms.
Prevent brute-force login attempts.
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