Why You Should Never Have an ‘Admin’ User Account in WordPress

Why You Should Never Have an ‘Admin’ User Account in WordPress

13th February 2015

If you set up a WordPress installation with ‘admin’ as the default administrator username you’re opening up an easily exploited security hole. If your site is subjected to a brute force attack, you’re playing right into the hands of the attacker. A brute force attack is password guessing and it’s very common. An attacker will try various…

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