Security

FAQ My site was hacked

Help I think I’ve been hacked Suffering a hack can be one of the more frustrating experiences you’ll have on your online journey. Like most […]

Administration Over SSL

To easily enable (and enforce) WordPress administration over SSL, there are two constants that you can define in your site’s wp-config.php file. It is not […]

Two Step Authentication

Also known as Two-Factor Authentication. Two-step authentication is showing up all over the Internet as more sites look for better ways to secure logins, which […]

Password Best Practices

Securing your WordPress starts with a strong password. A strong password is complex and elaborate. It isn’t easy to guess since it doesn’t contain recognizable […]

WordPress Privacy

User Privacy and your WordPress site Depending on your national or international privacy regulations (such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulationm which may […]

Why should I use HTTPS

HTTPS is an encrypted communication protocol — essentially, a more secure way of browsing the web, since you get a private channel directly between your […]

HTTPS for WordPress

Introduction to HTTPS for WordPress To have HTTPS, SSL Certificate is needed to be installed on the server. Let’s Encrypt is a non-profit organization that […]

Supported Versions

The WordPress Support Forums and WordPress Documentation only provide support and documentation for officially released versions of WordPress, as downloaded from the WordPress Download page and related URLs. The only current […]

Hardening WordPress

Security in WordPress is taken very seriously, but as with any other system there are potential security issues that may arise if some basic security […]

Brute Force Attacks

Unlike hacks that focus on vulnerabilities in software, a Brute Force Attack aims at being the simplest kind of method to gain access to a […]