Security

HTTPS for WordPress

Introduction to HTTPS for WordPress To have HTTPS, SSL Certificate is needed to be installed on the server. Let’s Encrypt is a non-profit organization that […]

Hardening WordPress

Security in WordPress is taken very seriously, but as with any other system there are potential security issues that may arise if some basic security […]

Brute Force Attacks

Unlike hacks that focus on vulnerabilities in software, a Brute Force Attack aims at being the simplest kind of method to gain access to a […]

FAQ My site was hacked

Help I think I’ve been hacked Suffering a hack can be one of the more frustrating experiences you’ll have on your online journey. Like most […]

Administration Over SSL

To easily enable (and enforce) WordPress administration over SSL, there are two constants that you can define in your site’s wp-config.php file. It is not […]

Two Step Authentication

Also known as Two-Factor Authentication. Two-step authentication is showing up all over the Internet as more sites look for better ways to secure logins, which […]

Password Best Practices

Securing your WordPress starts with a strong password. A strong password is complex and elaborate. It isn’t easy to guess since it doesn’t contain recognizable […]

WordPress Privacy

User Privacy and your WordPress site Depending on your national or international privacy regulations (such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulationm which may […]

Why should I use HTTPS

HTTPS is an encrypted communication protocol — essentially, a more secure way of browsing the web, since you get a private channel directly between your […]