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How to: Move to HTTPS in WordPress

If you’re looking to install an SSL certificate and switch your WordPress website to HTTPS, you’re not alone. As far back as 2014 Google was calling for all sites to be encrypted, to make the web a safer place to browse. Since then they’ve confirmed that security is a marker in determining placements, and that…

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

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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How to: Keep Your WordPress Website Safe

It’s easy to think your website is immune to malicious attacks and that only big sites with high volumes of traffic are likely to be a target, but this is a naive assumption. Here are 10 tips any webmaster can utilise to help keep their WordPress website safe. 1. Never use the default ‘admin’ username…

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