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eCourse: WP Security Mastery Advanced Video Series

Upgrade Your WordPress Security Mastery Training From Beginner To Expert Level!

Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll get:

WordPress Security Mastery ADVANCED EDITION

– Secure wp-config.php
It’s not a secret that the wp-config.php file is critical to the site since these contains configuration information. I’ll talk about protecting this particular file and how this can be done in this video.

– Secure Your Plugin Directory
Plugins play a very important role in your site, and it’s always good as well to keep important things safe and secure. Here I’ll show you how you can secure your plugin directory.

– Secure WordPress Admin Files
Your site’s admin files are critical to your site, so why not secure those, right? In this video I’ll walk you through the process of securing your WordPress admin files.

– Don’t Show the WordPress version that you are using
It’s best that you don’t show the WordPress version that you are using to the public since this also gives hackers the version of WordPress that you are using for your site, and with that information it’s possible that they’ll check for security holes based on that particular version. I’ll show you what measures can you take to address this issue in this video.

– Install Wordfence Security
I’ll provide a step-by-step process of installing the Wordfence Security plugin, which provides protection from hacks and malware, thus boosting your website’s security even further.

– Log in securely to your Dashboard using HTTPS
In this video I’ll show you how to log in to your WordPress Dashboard using HTTPS – which is the secure version of HTTP. With this, your data is encrypted, therefore this makes it harder for people to get critical information like your username and password.

– Prevent unwanted access to the wp-admin Directory
You certainly don’t want unauthorized people getting access to the wp-admin directory of your WordPress site. I’ll show you in this video how you can secure your blog / site further by keeping unwanted people from accessing this critical directory.

– Limiting the Number of Failed Login Attempts
In this video, I’ll talk about why limiting or restricting the number of failed login attempts can actually help your site’s security.

– Hide Log-In Errors
Hackers and/or malicious users can actually use login errors like ‘invalid username’ in determining what usernames exist on your WordPress site. I’ll talk about how you can hide these errors so as to make it harder for hackers and people with malicious intent from getting username info about your site.

– Install Wordfence Security
I’ll provide a step-by-step process of installing the Wordfence Security plugin, which provides protection from hacks and malware, thus boosting your website’s security even further.

– Prevent Script Injection
Improve your site’s security even more by keeping it protected from script injection! In this video, I’m going to walk you through the steps on how to accomplish this.

– Secure your .htaccess file
After tweaking your .htaccess file, it’s best that you protect it from being accessed by hackers and other unauthorized people as well. I’ll show you how you can do this in this particular video.

– Full Backup and Restore
It is always best that you have a full backup of your site, so that in the unlikely event that your site gets hacked, you can restore the site to its former state. I’ll talk about doing backups and doing restorations in this video.

– About Freelancers, Contributors, and Editors
This is more about getting other people to work for you – and with your site as a result. Whether it’s working on the site or working on the content of the site, there are still things to remember, security-wise, when someone else is actually authorized to do things to your site.

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