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Hardening WordPress Security – Do It Yourself

Published on: 8/6/2014
Topic: WordPress Security
WordPress is very well organized from usability perspective and most of known vulnerabilities are also fixed in timely manner. We need to ensure that we keep updating the WordPress using Admin panel that is one click process but still there are many external factors that influence the overall security of WordPress site. Let's walk through the generic security guidelines and look at few configuration settings to lock down WordPress.


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