There are over 5 million results in google for the keyword “prevent wordpress hack“. Everyone has their own opinion and I dont think all of these posts are updated frequently. It’s been a while I have posted here. If you have been following me on my twitter then you should know what I have been up to. First, here are few things you should know- I have made several changes to this blog.
This infographic represents the background information about hacking WordPress websites and gives guidelines on how to act when you’ve been hacked. The author of the infographic is Mike Wallagher who is a blogger at . He became interested in WordPress security after reading a couple of posts about it. The infographic is based on two months of intensive research and analysis. Hope it will shed some light on the importance of wordpress security.
Search engines are now the primary source of traffic for most blogs, and this can be used to a blog’s advantage if it is optimised accordingly. Building links to a blog takes a bit more effort than simply creating and publishing great content