WordPress Website Security
Category : Social Media
Where we send people after a call to action in social is just as important as the social post itself. WordPress has a 35% marketshare of all websites on the internet according to W3Techs.
If a call to action leads to a hacked wordpress site or a hacked-and-slow / under attack website, that can affect your brand, credibility, and value. In order to stay on top of this, we suggest two plug-ins.
AntiMalware Brute Force at https://gotmls.net/
This plugin does a great deep scan of your website and can sniff out database injections, htaccess threats, exploits, and core file changes.
Wordfence which can be downloaded at the WordPress site: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordfence/ Wordfence is a great plugin to help monitor threats, attacks, logins, as well as help you stay on top of software updates.
One social media post to a hacked site can bring down your brand. It’s best to stay on top of it with the use of these or similar plugins.