Wordpress is the blog software all around the world. It vulnerable to malicious attacks, so the security of Wordpress is a very important issue. The following safety tips mean to help you to solve the Wordpress' security issues.
I back my blogs using a free plugin WP DB Backup up. I will always restore my website to the 13, if anything happens. I use my site to be scanned by WP Security Scan plugin that is free frequently and WordPress Firewall to block requests to secure your wordpress website.
Should your website's server go down for will go with it. You'll make no sales, get signups or no traffic to your site, and in short, you're out of business until you have the you can check here website back up again.
This is very useful plugin, protecting you against brute-force password-crack strikes. It keeps track of the IP address of every login attempt. You can configure the plugin to disable login attempts for a range of IP addresses when a certain number of attempts is reached.
Now it's time to sign up for a Facebook account and use this person's name and identity. After I get it all set up, I'll be emailing you posing as your friend and asking you to be friends with me on Facebook (or Twitter, or whichever societal site).
Do your homework and some hunting, but if you're pressed for time and want to get this try out the WordPress safety plugin that I use. It's a relief to know that my website (and company!) are secure.