PHP security and WordPress.

Here are some essential security measures for WordPress:

Keep your site updated with the latest WordPress version.
Use strong and secure login credentials for your wp-admin.
Set up safelists and blocklists to control access to the admin page.
Choose a reputable and trusted WordPress theme.
  • Install an SSL certificate to ensure secure data transfer.
  • Enable two-factor authentication for an extra layer of security.
  • Regularly create backups of your WordPress site.
  • Implement measures to limit the number of failed login attempts.
  • Change the default login page URL to deter unauthorized access.
  • Automatically log out idle users to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Monitor user activity for any suspicious or malicious behavior.
  • Perform regular malware scans on your WordPress site.
  • Disable PHP error reporting to prevent exposing sensitive information.
  • Consider migrating to a more secure web hosting provider.
  • Disable file editing to prevent unauthorized modifications.
  • Use .htaccess to disable PHP file execution and protect sensitive files.
  • Change the default WordPress database prefix for added security.
  • Disable the XML-RPC feature, which can be exploited by attackers.
  • Hide your WordPress version to avoid revealing potential vulnerabilities.
  • Block hotlinking to prevent others from directly linking to your site's resources.
  • Manage file and folder permissions to restrict access to sensitive files.
Implementing these security practices will help protect your WordPress site from potential threats and vulnerabilities.