Okay, you got me: WordPress security isn't the sexiest way to spend your time, but it could end up being one of the most profitable! Nothing is more caustic to the lining of your stomach than having your site go down, and wondering whether or not you've lost it all.
I back up my blogs using a plugin WP DB Backup. If anything happens I can restore my website to the last settings. I use WP Security Scan free plugin to scan my site and WordPress Firewall to block requests that are suspicious-looking to rename your login url to secure your wordpress website.
If you're among the ones, I might find it somewhat harder to crack your password. But if you're one of the ones that are reactive, I might just get you.
This is quite useful plugin, protecting you against brute-force attacks that are password-crack. the original source It keeps track of the IP address of every login attempt. You can configure the plugin to disable login attempts when a certain number of failed attempts is reached.
You can create a firewall that blocks hackers from infiltrating your blogs. From coming into your own files, the firewall prevents the hacker. You must have updated version of Apache. Upgrade your PHP. It is important site that your system is always full of upgrades.
Change your password, or your WordPress admin and password username and collect and use other WordPress security tips to keep hackers out!