Getting Smart About Wordpress SecurityI have had two WordPress blogs hacked into in the past. That was at a time when I was doing very little internet marketing, and until I found time to address the situation (months later), these sites were penalised in the search engines. They were not removed, but the rankings were reduced.
How viable would business or your site be if parts of your database were to disappear ? Let's look at what you need to do to implement secure your wordpress site cloning, and how it can help your overall WordPress security that is .
It will start with the fundamentals. Attempt to use complex passwords. Use letters, numbers, special characters, and spaces and combine them to make a password. You could use.
One step you can take is to delete the default administrator account. This is critical because if you do not do it, a user name which they could attempt to crack is already known by straight from the source malicious user.
You could even get an SSL Encyption Security for your WordPress blogs. The SSL Security makes encrypted and secure communications with your site. So that all transactions are recorded, you may even keep history of communication and the all the cookies. Be certain that all your sites get SSL security for protection from hackers.
I prefer using a WordPress plugin to get the work done. Make sure is able to do select copies, has restore and can clone. Also be sure it is frequently updated to keep pace. There is no use in backing up your data to a plugin that is out of date, and not functioning.