Reginald DawsonLessons: 10Length: 37 minutes
The popularity of WordPress cuts both ways. On one hand, it is very mature and supported by numerous plugins and themes. On the other hand, it is a frequent target of hackers.
In this course, you'll learn some of the most important things you can do to secure your WordPress site from attackers. Reggie Dawson will show you some of the top plugins and key configurations that will help keep hackers out of your site.
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1.Introduction1 lesson, 01:31
1 lesson, 01:31
2.WordPress Security Top Tips8 lessons, 34:28
8 lessons, 34:28
2.1Secure the Admin User and Login02:51
Secure the Admin User and Login
2.2Enable Two-Factor Authentication05:33
Enable Two-Factor Authentication
2.3Security Tips for Admins03:47
Security Tips for Admins
2.4Monitor User Activity03:26
Monitor User Activity
2.5Secure Your Themes and Plugins03:06
Secure Your Themes and Plugins
2.6Install and Configure Wordfence04:57
Install and Configure Wordfence
2.7Install the Sucuri Plugin05:01
Install the Sucuri Plugin
2.8Install the iThemes Security Plugin05:47
Install the iThemes Security Plugin
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:49
1 lesson, 00:49
I'm a longtime Network admin who has finally moved over to coding. Skilled in web development and obsessed with frameworks (Angular, Meteor and Ionic to name a few), I am using my past experience as an instructor to help others learn to use technology.