I know that you are strongly know about this e-book, named Locking Down WordPress. Every one turn Other WordPress News widget on in their dashboard must be know it yesterday. But do you click on that link, download the e-book and read it? If you didn’t, you need to do that.
The Mean of Secure WordPress Install
A secure WordPress install is not only depend of how we configure our site from wp-config.php, there are a lot more. It even started as the first time you choose your hosting service. You better to find something better than a $5-$10.00/month shared hosting, to eliminate any future issue on your blog.
These are some question given to the above three WordPress pros on that e-book;
- What’s the one, overriding security essential that goes into every project you work on?
- What tips, suggestions, and guidelines can you share on hardening your WordPress setup against security vulnerabilities right after the five-minute install?
- What guidelines would you give to a client about maintaining a secure site after your work with them has finished?
- What plugins or third-party services do you recommend, if any, to your clients, and why?
- How do you determine whether a plugin or theme are good fits for your project, and what caveats do you keep in mind when checking them out?
- When searching for the right plugin, what security criteria do you use in making a choice?
All the three pros above provide best practice about all of those questions. What I find about that e-book is really enlighten, it bring me a lot more knowledge about how to make sure that my WordPress install is secure. Showing what to look at before installing a new plugins or themes and how to fix a hacked WordPress site.
The e-book also summarize the answer plus any resources and services they love as mentioned on previous pages. Finally, I can say that if every time you think or asked about blogging, then all you have in mind is WordPress, it means you must read it.