WordPress Security Fundamentals: How to Not Get Hacked

WordPress has come a long way towards its stated goal of democratizing publishing, powering roughly 43% of the websites on the web. However, that status makes it a prime target for hackers and other malicious actors. In this article, we’ll look at what you can do to make your WordPress site more secure, examine practices like storing WordPress in its own directory and disabling errors from outputting to the screen, and how the right hosting service can help alleviate security concerns.

This post was originally published on Delicious Brains by Mike Davey.

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