Some simple housekeeping can make a world of difference to the likelihood of your site getting hacked. Kim Crawley has the tricks
WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) on the web. Developed with PHP, and powered by mySQL databases, WordPress is used by an astonishing 8.5 per cent of all websites. Web-delivered malware and website cracking are becoming increasingly common, and with such a large percentage of web content using WordPress as a CMS, any security vulnerabilities in WordPress’ coding or framework could affect millions of websites.
This article will explain how you can best protect your WordPress site from malware and cracking, without having deep security knowledge.