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Looking to secure your WordPress to keep it safe from hackers? Check out our guides, tutorials and articles relating to WordPress security. They are a great way to get started even if you aren't very tech-savvy. A few tweaks can go a long way to keep your WordPress safe from unwanted attacks. You can also choose to keep up-to-date on plugin vulnerabilities that are announced to know which ones you should update ASAP.

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10 Signs That Show That Your WordPress Website is Hacked

July 29, 2016 1 comment

Web is huge, the number of websites is growing everyday. More than 1 website on 4 is running WordPress, this is also growing. Badly, the number of WordPress hacked website is increasing everyday, even if you’re not using WordPress in fact … Did you know that every second in the world, a website is hacked?* And […]

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14 Tips to Protect Your Users

June 24, 2016 1 comment

Protecting your users is a point sometimes forgotten in the securing a Website flow, and it’s not good at all. Plugins, themes and users are the 3 entry doors from the outside on your Website, this is why it’s important to protect at the same time the login page and your users or customers accounts. Securing a WordPress Website […]

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Add SVG Support in WordPress Medias, Yes But No!

June 17, 2015 1 comment

I recently noticed an urge to add support SVG files in the WordPress media. Beautiful, very good idea, SVG is a very good format for the web and the performance for your site. The way to add the support is simple and fast, here are two bad examples: http://wpchannel.com/autoriser-envoi-fichiers-svg-wordpress/ (fr) http://wpsnipp.com/index.php/functions-php/add-support-svg-inside-wordpress-media-uploader/ We must begin by asking why […]

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Add a Good Security Point With 3 Hooks

January 20, 2014 0 comments

After the WordCamp Paris 2014, i’m back to share a tip based on fact to force some options on some values, they can become malicious: Force the admin email address Force this value with a hardcoded one, you’ll be sur to always receive important emails in relation with WordPress. Force the non-registering possibility With the same […]

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