WordPress Security

Published: 28 June 2013

Here’s a little WordPress security tip that will protect your WordPress site even if the administration area is breeched. This will also prevent the administrator from hacking the code in the theme or any of the plugins, this is something you wouldn’t want them to do for various reasons but mainly because, from a development […]

Update: 28 June 2013

Quick WordPress security tip

Published: 24 September 2012

Hey folks, quick WordPress security tip for users. If you run a WordPress website be careful not to use ‘admin’ as your username and Do Not use a common word as your password. Hackers can run a dictionary script and gain access to your site within seconds and that’s a bad thing! All sorts of nasty […]

Update: 24 September 2012

WordPress hacking protection

Published: 18 March 2012

No website is 100% secure if the hacker wants to gain access to the server lets face it with brute force its possible however with a little WordPress hacking protection we can do things to reduce the intrusion. As you may or may not already know from my previous post Security with WordPress config you […]

Update: 18 March 2012

Security with WordPress config

Published: 4 March 2012

Security with WordPress can be something of an issue amongst web developers and to be honest I’ve learnt the hard way. After having several sites hacked a few years ago I made it somewhat of a mission to safeguard against issues like this happening again. I’m going to keep these posts short and sweet to […]

Update: 4 March 2012