UPDATE: As of July 2018, the Chrome browser is now placing a Not Secure label to the left of http:// format web addresses in the browser address bar. That should be an incentive to get your site upgraded to use the https:// prefix, as well as the additional reasons below…
If you’re a member of Wealthy Affiliate, my #1 recommended affiliate-marketing course, you’ll have received an email from founder Kyle about the introduction of free SSL certificates for WordPress sites built and hosted on their SiteRubix system (members get free webhosting).
What is SSL And Why Is It Important?
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, a technical …
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In my previous post, I talked about why securing your WordPress site is vitally important these days.
I also mentioned the increasing importance of using SSL certificates both to enhance the security of your site along with the rankings boost it will provide in Google.
In this post, I’ll review a new WordPress security tool that will help harden your …
When I started building WordPress blogs a few years back, they were constantly being hacked. I spent countless hours rebuilding sites only for them to get hacked again.
But slowly I learned how to harden sites against hackers. It’s a skill not enough WordPress webmasters learn and many are unaware of just how easily an unprotected WP blog can be hacked.
Since I’d developed some expertise in building secure blogs, it’s a service I offer to clients and customers. But, every so often, a client messes with the security plugins and protocols I set up and something bad happens.
There were two such cases in point just in the last week.…
So far this year WordPress hackers have broken every record to date…and this should concern anyone who runs a WordPress site.
Back in 2012 an estimated 192,000 WordPress sites were hacked. Now there would have been an overall lesser number of WordPress sites 3 years ago but there still about 58 million of them. So 192,000 hacks would be less than 1% of that number.
In 2013, the number of hacks rose sharply with an estimated 30,000 sites, PER DAY, being hacked. That’s almost 11,000,000 sites in 2013. By the end of that year, there were estimated to be about 75,000,000 WordPress sites in existence. So 15% of sites got hacked …