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WordPress itself is a very secure platform. However, it makes sense to add extra security and firewalls to your website with a security plugin that enforces many security best practices. The

All-in-One WordPress Security Plugin takes your website security to a whole new level.

This plugin is designed and written by experts, it is easy to use and understand.

Reduces security risks by scanning for vulnerabilities and implementing and applying the latest security practices and techniques recommended by WordPress.

Bulletproof Security

WordPress website protection: firewall security, login security, database security… Powerful, reliable and easy-to-use monitoring

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Wordfence Security

Wordfence first checks if your website is already infected. We perform a thorough analysis of the server-side source code and compare it to the official WordPress repository for core, themes and plugins.

How Wordfence secures your website and speeds it up to 50 times.

You don’t need an experienced scientist to protect your blog from hackers.

Just follow a few simple steps and apply some safeguards to ensure you don’t have any problems in the future.

Here are some things you can do now.

Make sure all your WordPress usernames and passwords are secure and protect your email.

And indeed, some bots or spiders scour the internet trying to find websites that have named their passwords by these simple names.

This means when you create a WordPress account, don’t call it an admin.

And once you have a password, say it with at least one number, one capital letter or even punctuation so nobody can guess it.

Make sure nobody has access to your email account.

Having a strong WordPress password is no good, but as always, with a weak email password, someone with a password leak tool can access your WordPress.