How To Protect WordPress From Hacking?

Question: “How to protect WordPress” is best replaced with: “Is it possible to secure WordPress at all?” Although the difference is in principle imperceptible, but the hope continued as the greenhouse, somewhere in the depths, continues …

Surely, those who follow the development of WordPress at least a little, have heard about hacks by some, “Hacked By Brunei”. And it’s worth adding that things can be much worse in WordPress.

Everyone, from beginners to professional webmasters, knows that hosting protection is much higher than a regular CMS. Some will probably have a question, is, why do I think so? And the answer is quite simple, just think, because in any of the installed, or as yet only downloaded plugins there may be holes, or even worse, they can merge some information. And if you don’t think so, then in vain …

Naturally, there are “normal” ones without jokes, there are only 2 WordPress assemblies, but these engines are bad because they have been considered outdated for quite a long time, and what can we say about plugins for these versions of WordPress.

There are still many authors on the Internet who create not one, but ten topics in which I describe the ways in which it is possible to protect your WordPress, while they claim that after these actions there will be a 100% effect, but this is pretty stupid, because how it is not known from which thief there is no shutter. If you do not have complete confidence that these steps (for example, installing additional plugins) will help, then it is better not to use such advice.

When working with WordPress not on purpose, everyone leaves holes in the blog through which hacking is possible, but, of course, knowing at least a little about WordPress can be protected, but only from beginners, but it is impossible to protect yourself from hacking masters.

And we just have to make backups of existing files every day, which can help, but not 100 percent. Those who are thinking about the security of their blog should take seriously the choice of future hosting, and pay more attention to reliability. The only reasonable way out of this problem is to completely copy all available files from the server to your own computer, which, in principle, is also not advisable to do, since it is not much less dangerous. If you want to be sure that the engine has at least some protection, then you have to pay for the written engine itself, and so you just have to read the constant rewriting of the same article.