To further protect your website from attacks, implement these advanced WordPress security measures to improve the security of your site.
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Your home WiFi could seriously be compromising your security. These simple improvements can greatly improve your home WiFi network’s security.
Other than the obvious security measures, here are a few more little-known, but effective, WordPress security tips and methods to protect your site.
Domain hijacking can be dangerous if you are not careful. Find out what domain hijacking is exactly and how to prevent, or even reverse, a hijacking.
There are quite a few secure email services that offer email privacy and encryption. Here are six of the best email services that should keep your data safe from the hackers and the authorities.
Gmail security is a big one, especially when it’s linked to other Google services you use. Here are some tips you should know to bolster your Gmail security.
Social engineering is a nefarious technique used by scammers to gain your trust. Learn about some common social engineering attacks and how to prevent them.
Security is important, even on Linux desktops. These 5 security tools for Linux can help protect your desktop against a wide variety of security threats.
Pharming can redirect your computer from a legitimate URL to a fake copy and steal your login credentials. Find out what pharming is and how to prevent it.
There are two things you want out of your browsing experience other than information: speed and security. You can get that with Disconnect: Lifetime Premium Subscription.
Looking for a VPN service with no logs, strong encryption, complete anonymity, numerous locations and great features? Give VPNTunnel a try!
Using a BitTorrent for file sharing is not as safe as you think. With these security tips you can easily make BitTorrent safer and keep you anonymous.
Looking for a way to protect all Internet-connected devices in your home? Bitdefender BOX is hardware that acts as an antivirus for your home network.
A checksum can verify that the downloaded file hasn’t been tampered with. Here is how you can verify MD5, SHA-1 or SHA-256 checksum in Windows 10.
If your PC comes with a webcam, here are some ways you can find out if malicious applications are accessing your webcam on Windows and Mac.
It’s been discovered that a bug in Lastpass browser extensions is leaking passwords. Here is what you need to know about the exploits and what you can do to protect yourself.
For those who are using Messenger, Facebook added an encryption feature last October. Here is how you can turn encryption on in your Facebook Messenger.
Securing your WordPress login page is the first step to securing your site. Here are some of the ways you can use to protect your WordPress login page.