WordPress Installations: How to Be Secure in an Insecure World

Dougal Campbell at Geek Ramblings shares some interesting thoughts in a white paper entitled How to Create a Secure WordPress Install which he ran across at BlogSecurity.net
In this 10-page document, written by Philipp Heinze and David Kierznoski, you can learn what you need to know to make your WordPress install more secure.
This whitepaper includes a number of sections:
1. Installing WordPress
2. Preparing Your Blog
3. Hardening Your WordPress Install, and
4. Must Have Plugins
This might be a good time to check your install to see if it’s the best it can be.






2 responses to “WordPress Installations: How to Be Secure in an Insecure World”

  1. Apoorv Khatreja Avatar

    A very nice and informative guide. Thanks for the links.

  2. Hendry Lee Avatar

    Thanks for the heads up. Very useful indeed.

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