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eCourse: WP Security Mastery Video Series

Learn How To Effectively Protect Your WP Sites From Hackers!

Finally, Learn How To Keep Your WordPress Site Safe And Secure From Hackers… Starting Today!

. Know how to keep your WordPress site safe
. Learn how to secure your WordPress site with easy-to-learn tips and tricks Used by thousands
. Proven and reliable methods

It’s a fact that WordPress is one of the most used website and blogging platforms. And why not, right? It’s easy to install, easy to use, and you can find a ton of information and support for it on the Web.

With something like WordPress, you can build a professionally-looking website – be it for personal or commercial use. You can use it for your business, advertising, you can even use it for your portfolio! There are lots of things that one can have with a website, and WordPress just makes the process much easier.

Or so it seems.

Since there are a lot of WordPress sites out there, these kinds of sites have been constantly a target for hackers.

Getting hacked is obviously a big deal.

Your site will usually get defaced when it gets hacked. Imagine suiting up for work in your best suit, and then someone ruins the day by wiping mud on your clothes and face. Getting hacked is like that.

You don’t know what’ll happen to your files once you get hacked. It’ll be a relief if ever the hacker just decided to delete your files. What if the hacker does something else with your files, with your information? It is totally possible and within the realm of reality.

Scary, isn’t it?

If this is the case, then should you still go for WordPress?

Won’t you be just putting yourself in troubled waters by doing so?

Is there some way, any way at all, that you can use WordPress for your website needs without worrying about all these hacking stuff?

Luckily for you, the answer is YES.

Introducing …. WP Security Mastery Video Series …..

In this specific video training course, you will get to watch over my shoulder – step-by-step, click by click – and learn how to implement measures intended to prevent your WordPress site from getting hacked and greatly improving your site’s security overall!

Here’s a breakdown of this 10 part video series in more detail:

– Introduction to WordPress Security Mastery
I’ll give an overview of what WordPress Security Mastery is and it’s purpose in this video.

– Use Strong Passwords
In this specific video, learn how doing something so easy – like adding numbers and characters to your password and making it longer – can actually make your WordPress site more secure.

– Change Your Passwords Every 72 Days
Know why changing your passwords every 72 days can actually help you in keeping your WordPress site safe from hackers and make it more secure.

– Keep Your WordPress Site Updated
I’ll talk about keeping your WordPress site updated in this video and why doing so actually helps you keep your site safe from threats, vulnerabilities, etc.

– Use Supported WordPress Themes
Using supported WordPress themes actually contributes to the overall security of your site in the sense that it has been approved by WordPress, and therefore most loopholes and vulnerabilities have been addressed.

– Choose a Secure Hosting Server
There are lots of hosting services out there, and knowing which one to pick for your WordPress site will affect your overall website experience immensely. I’ll show you how to choose a secure hosting server for your site in this video.

– Use SSH instead of FTP
FTP is an easy and great way to upload stuff to your WordPress site. However, I’ll show you in this video why using SSH if better than using FTP when connecting / uploading to your site.

– Scan Plugins for Viruses
It’s best to be always careful especially with stuff that you download from the Internet (like WordPress plugins). Learn why scanning your plugins for viruses can save you from a massive headache later on.

– Delete Unused Plugins and Unused Images
In this specific video, I’ll discuss why you should delete unused plugins and even unused images, as these can be used by hackers to gain access to your site and do damage.

– Delete the Default Admin Account
Hackers usually look for the default settings in a WordPress site and that’s what they exploit to get into the site and do their stuff. In this video, learn why deleting the default ‘admin’ user account on your WordPress site will help you in securing your site and making it safe from hackers.

– Change Default Access Rights
It’s best that you have more control on the users that you have on your blog. I’ll show you in this video how you can change the default access rights for users in your blog / site.

– Delete Inactive Users
Hackers can use inactive user accounts to get access to your site and wreck it. In this video I’ll show you why you should delete inactive users and how to do it.

– Change Database Table Prefix
Hackers usually target WordPress websites which uses default settings as this makes it easy for them to get inside the sites and do their thing. Changing the default database table prefix from the default to something else will actually contribute to the overall security of your WordPress site.

– Secure the wp-content directory
The wp-content directory contains everything that your site uses. In short, it’s a very important folder, and you obviously don’t want unauthorized people messing around with it. I’ll show you in this video what you can do to limit access to your wp-content directory.

– Disable Directory Browsing
To allow your website visitors to browse through your entire directory is not a good idea. This basically makes it easier for hackers to find vulnerabilities in your site and exploit them. In this video I’ll show you how you can disable directory browsing.

– Prevent Search Engines from Indexing Your Admin Section

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