Watch and learn how to start securing your WordPress blog:
Your WordPress Blog is Vulnerable to a Security Attack!
What would happen if there was a theft at your place of business? I’m sure you have decent locks and other security systems in place to protect your business assets.
Unfortunately, the same security measures may not have been done for WordPress blog.
Your site is vulnerable to hacking by the “bad guys” and I wanted to share with you some tips to fix it right now.
Here are 4 tips to secure your WordPress blog
Here are just 4 of the possible vulnerabilies that most often fail:
1. Configuration file is in a vulnerable location. It is not secured. Your passwords can be read.
2. Version number is publicly readable. It’s easier to find known exploits, which even inexperienced hackers can use.
3. Your site is displaying unnecessary detail on failed login attempts, which allows hackers to run automated solutions to crack your password.
4. The installation script is still available and someone can simply destroy your current website with the click on a button.
I strongly recommend you fix the 2 security defficiencies covered in the vidoe above. I am standing by to fix the 4 basic issues above plus at least 4 more that must be fixed asap before your site gets defaced. There are punk kids out there who deface websites for fun and some for even more sinister reasons.
The repercussions are not good. Google can render your site unsafe for browsing and even de-index it. It can take months and a lot of pleading before it comes back – even after you fix everything.
If you fix the 2 issues I’ve mentioned above, you should be ahead of around 74% of other business owners, but it still leaves your website vulnerable to the “advanced hackers” and that is why I am here to help you.
I’m offering an audit, review and website security fix for WordPress websites as a service to business owners in my local community for a very small fee right now.
Because what I do is proprietary, I can’t talk to your technical people or webmaster and will only be able to talk to you. Please contact me by e-mail at: Mark@SeoTrafficExpert.com or call me at: 580-458-9159
Mark Edward Brown / The Seo Traffic Expert
I look forward to helping you secure your website as soon as possible.