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  1. #16
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    Here are some suggestions for securing your WordPress website login page:
    Set up a website lockdown feature and ban users. ...
    Use 2-factor authentication. ...
    Use your email to login. ...
    Rename your login URL to secure your WordPress website. ...
    Adjust your passwords. ...
    Protect the wp-admin directory. ...
    Use SSL to encrypt data.

  2. #17
    Here are some suggestions for securing your WordPress website login page:
    Set up a website lockdown feature and ban users. ...
    Use 2-factor authentication. ...
    Use your email to login. ...
    Rename your login URL to secure your WordPress website. ...
    Adjust your passwords. ...
    Protect the wp-admin directory. ...
    Use SSL to encrypt data.

  3. #18
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2018
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    India
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    WordPress Security Fundamentals

    This is easy. Just make sure you follow these tips.

    Keep WordPress Core, Themes and Plugins up to date.
    Use only trusted and well supported themes and plugins.
    Minimize Plugin use to only the essentials.
    Use Security Plugins.
    Use Two factor Authentication and Strong User Credentials.
    Keep good backups of your website.
    Never access your website over open and free networks or untrusted networks.

  4. #19
    Senior Member
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    Wordfence does is to check if a website visitorís behaviour matches that of an abusive bot. If the bot breaks certain rules, like asking for too many web pages in a short amount of time, Wordfence will then automatically block the bot. Wordfence is also programmed to allow legitimate bots like Google and Bing on the site.

  5. #20
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2020
    Posts
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    You can secure your wordpress with just simple steps:

    • Always upgrade your wordpress, plugin, themes to secure it.
    • Use STRONG and COMPLEX password.
    • Use Antivirus in your PC for security.
    • Secure wordpress admin section from unwanted access.
    • Limit login attempts.

    If these steps are not enough for you then you can check this.

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