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Title: 5 Easy Ways Wordpress Websites Can Be Exempted From Hackers


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5 Easy Ways Wordpress Websites Can Be Exempted
From Hackers
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Even though you have made a best loved website or
a blog using WordPress platform, you will lose it
all if you dont remain careful about its
security measures. You never know who is after
your online exposure and why they want to ruin
your success. 
When hacking incidents happen, it will turn out
to be fatal to your blog or business website.
Much of what separates secure website from
unsound one is your own unawareness about how
someone attacks your website.
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As we humans tend to learn from our own personal
experience, we often wait for the moment when
nuisance happens. But isnt it appropriate to be
wary of unfortunate occurrences and build a wall
before a calamity strikes?
You wont believe, but at times more than 70 of
popular websites are found at the risk of getting
hacked as one online research confirms. So what
are the ways to get exempted from these
abominable hackers? Find out here in the
following discussion.
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1. Make everything up-to-date
Each WordPress plugin and theme that you install
is a potential threat, as those with
vulnerabilities could provide backdoor access to
your websites admin. The risk gets doubled when
using popular ones.
So rethink over its necessity and significance
and forgo them you can. Check if they are
regularly updated and maintained by its author or
its better to remove them all.
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2. Never ignore back-up storage
When you bother to back up your website
regularly, you feel the guarantee that even if
wrong installation of nuisance plugin will not
place you in a risky situation and you can reset
it with minimal annoyance.
There are free hosting providers that offer daily
backups and offsite storage to ensure safe and
sound backups. Vaultpress offers unbelievably
amazing backup and security for your WordPress
sites with daily scan, easy restore and help from
WordPress experts.
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3. Think of security plug-ins
In the world that is evolving rapidly, you will
never fall short of profuse plugins, premium and
free and open to all. Thanks to the active
community, you can pick and choose these security
plugins to help bolster WordPress installation.
It covers all aspects of security level including
failed login attempts, strong password, changing
login URL and reliable authentication process.
You will be asked to enter the password and
authorization code sent to your registered phone
to login to your website. These will help block
specific cyber attacks.
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4. Improve the hosting
If there are security flaws from your host, you
may endanger the health and safety of website
content. It is vital to ensure your website is
managed by the trustworthy host.
At times of security attacks and malicious
infiltration, you can trust the services of those
who have mastered WordPress security. WordPress
Specialist hosting services consist of updated
PHP and MySQL database, regular scanning,
dedicated server and awesome customer service
team that knows the gist of WordPress.
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5. Set restriction standards through .htaccess
You can easily control and limit the admin access
by confirming logins only from chosen IP
addresses. Create a separate .htaccess file and
upload it to the /wp-admin/ directory.
So in case you wish to access your website from
any other IP, you need to log into your hosting
and change the .htaccess file. You have a freedom
to enter single or multiple IPs depending on how
many you want to allow the access to.
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