Hacking of WordPress blogs is becoming a major problem, as I’ve outlined in my Repairing a Hacked WordPress Blog report.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a big business or a small-time webmaster who gets little of no traffic. If you have a WordPress blog, then you’re ripe to be hacked.
Especially if you give no consideration to securing your site.
And most people don’t…because they think it’s too complicated.
Ok, let me throw some statistics at you…
- Only 15% of the 75 Million+ WordPress Sites run the latest WordPress Version!
- 26 million of 36 million self hosted WordPress sites run little or no security
- Website security is your problem and not your
I’ve had a number of my WordPress blogs get hacked over the last year so I’ve learned the hard way how to repair a hacked blog and how to secure my blogs against future attacks. And now I’ve put what I’ve learned into my new PDF report: Repairing a Hacked WordPress Blog.
The report is only $5. I wish I’d had info like this when I found my blogs were hacked – it would have saved me a huge amount of time. I’ve heard that it can cost $100 to get a pro to clean up your blog though I never used such a service myself.