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10 Useful WordPress Security Tweaks

Posted on: August 14, 2010

Security has always been a hot topic. Offline, people buy wired homes, car alarms and gadgets to bring their security to the max. Online, security is important, too, especially for people who make a living from websites and blogs. In this article, we’ll show you some useful tweaks to protect your WordPress-powered blog.

1. Prevent Unnecessary Info From Being Displayed
2. Force SSL Usage
3. Use .htaccess To Protect The wp-config File
4. Blacklist Undesired Users And Bots
5. Protect Your WordPress Blog From Script Injections
6. Fight Back Against Content Scrapers
7. Create A Plug-In To Protect Your Blog From Malicious URL Requests
8. Remove Your WordPress Version Number… Seriously!
9. Change The Default “Admin” Username
10. Prevent Directory Browsing



2 Responses to "10 Useful WordPress Security Tweaks"

What’s Going down i’m new to this, I stumbled upon this I have found It positively helpful and
it has helped me out loads. I’m hoping to contribute & assist different customers like its helped me. Great job.

Being busy work and dating, not much time to post!!
😉 thanks

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