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First of all every wordpress site is written in php so its simple it won't work for other websites. Secondly, these plugins provide you some extra functionality which enforces many crucial security practices on your site. WordPress is already a secure platform in the way it is designed but the common security holes and issues found in most WordPress websites ...
Any restriction on IP based on wp-admin panel ? Try to restrict Login LockDown plugin to restrict admin panel.
Just figured it out... It was the positioning of the define statement. I added the below above the /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */ line define('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN', true); define('FORCE_SSL_LOGIN', true); Thanks!
This is technically challenging. WordPress must have access to your DB password in plain text. Having access to wp-config.php contents is already breach of security in progress. There are alternate approaches to configuration, such as loading credentials via environmanet variables, but in practice they are used exceedingly rarely because PHP config file is ...
Brute force attacks seem to the be most common vulnerability on WP installs Brute force attacks are not WordPress vulnerability. They are password vulnerability, if bad passwords are used. They are common, but if they are "the most common" in occurrences and, more importantly, breaches is questionable. rate limiting ought to be relatively easy to ...
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