Computer security, and WordPress security in particular, relies on different approaches, but more importantly different philosophies or ways of thinking. It can be quite simple to secure wp-login.php file in WordPress. However, it is not necessarily advisable to...
A robust backup system is an essential part of any WordPress site. Ideally, it should be automated and allow you to back up your entire site and then easily restore it. Many options are available to you to set this up, but the best solution is still the top WordPress...
You probably already know how important it is to have a backup process. In this article, we will look at performing a WordPress backup via FTP. 1. Importance of backup (by any means) 2. WordPress is made up of several distinct parts 3. Making a WordPress FTP...
There are many, many situations where you will need to restore WordPress backup. If you have a good copy of your site, you’ve already done most of the work. Unfortunately, if you don’t have at least a database backup, you will have to rebuild the entire...
Making sure to back up a WordPress site regularly is absolutely critical and you can do it for free. Even if you put in place every possible security measure, you are never safe from a hack, a technical error, or a serious stroke of bad luck. A WordPress backup will...
Two-factor authentication on WordPress strengthens your site’s security significantly. We’ll look at the types of attacks it protects you from and how to install and activate it on your site. 1. Single sign-on password is a weakness on your site 2....
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