There has been vary DoS / DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks in the past week. It seems that hackers have been targeting the built-in pingback system built in WordPress to maliciously compromise over 100,000 WordPress websites. If your website is a WordPress site it’s very possible that you could be vulnerable. In fact, the […]
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Malware (short for “malicious software”) is a major security issues for website owners, with WordPress sites being especially targeted. Having your WordPress site “locked down” will prevent you from having to search for my website got hacked.
Since this is a common setup value. Changing it to something uncommon will help secure the database tables.
If you have enabled the WordPress version, then hackers will know the security lacking of the website and your site is more vulnerable to being hacked.