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Strengthening the Admin area of WordPress

temporarily blocks the IP of an intruder who has surpassed the number of permissible login attempts. JetPack Security to combat Brute force attacks. SiteGuard WP Plugin specializes in Brute Force attack protection. WordFence Security is one of the most robust site security plugins in the WordPress repository

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How to Make WordPress More Secure

administrative username and password. It is common practice to use the common administer username of Admin, but this is ill advised. In 2013, a flood of brute force attacks on WordPress sites attempted to break into WordPress sites using the username of admin. By removing the admin user from your WordPress

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WordPress Security Tips for 2016

popular solution is using a combination of words and numbers. A password like "Tokyo23BunnyAppleFlower" is easier to remember but also difficult to brute force. Keep it Lean It is easy to accumulate plugins, but users often forget to delete them when they decide they don't really need them anymore.

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