Ultimate WordPress Security Manual 2019 – WP Security Guide – CB – WP DEFENDERS

This easy-to-understand guide will show you exactly how to secure your WordPress website against today’s most common malicious hacker attacks, to prevent a potential disaster: lost sales, erased data, stolen credit card details, inserted porn links, site backdoors, irreparable brand damage.

The .htaccess file is a powerful tool to secure your WordPress site against malicious hackers, using preconfigured Security Headers & much more. As simple as copying and pasting!

Correctly set file permissions and ownership attributes are key to a multi-faceted security approach.

The World Wide Web today is still a digital Wild Wild West, and if you wish to keep your online territory safe from invasion, you have to install a digital stronghold. This WP Defenders Security Guide will show you exactly how to protect your websites, and in turn your business and income.

Every day, millions of WordPress websites get bombarded by hackers and their malicious bots, which look for vulnerabilities in order to take over your website and wreak havoc. Some hackers do this for fun, some for education, and others for money. It might simply be another teenager from a third world country who is trying the latest hacking methods he discovered on underground forums, so he can use your server to send out viagra spam. It’s nothing personal, just another day – another dollar.

The truth is, WordPress out-of-the-box has no protection against hackers whatsoever, and because it is open-source software, any vulnerabilities quickly spread in hacker circles like wildfire. If you don’t secure your site, you leave it open to exploitation.

Attacks are rarely aimed at one site in particular because hackers look for easy targets. They scan for weak and vulnerable sites to infect, leaving protected sites alone. These spiders or bots are a constant background noise of the Internet, if you will.

Hackers may infect a WP site and server to coordinate attacks on other websites or send out spam emails as part of a “zombie network”, resulting in your site being blacklisted in Google and other search engines.

Every single day between 20,000 and 30,000 WordPress sites get hacked. WP Defenders will help you defend your site so it’s not one of them. Protect your site and turn hackers away by bullet-proofing your website using multiple layers of protection.

“Don’t use Admin as the username”; “Have a strong password”; “Keep your plugins updated". These tips are only the tip of the iceberg!

This WP Defenders Security Manual 2019 is meant to provide guidance in a clear and easy to understand language, on how to secure the average WordPress site against most common hacker exploits. It is meant for websites on either Shared Hosting or Apache VPS/Dedicated Server environments, and is the perfect reference for WordPress admins, website managers, SEO agencies, web developers, web designers, and small business owners who run their own WP site.

“…leaving a WordPress site unprotected is a dumb decision that will cost dearly down the road, it’s only a matter of time before it’s picked up by a hacker’s radar.” -Moskvich

“The most COMPLETE and up-to-date security/optimization guide for WordPress that I’ve seen anywhere” -Andrew M.

To Recap, using the WordPress Defenders: Security Manual 2019, you will help protect your website against:

It takes 100 times more effort to clean up and restore a hacked site, than it does to secure it right from the start.

Secure your WordPress website yourself using the WP Defenders Security Manual’s step-by-step instructions. You’ll have to be comfortable editing file in File Manager or connecting via FTP.

The PDF ebook has detailed explanations and screenshots so you can follow along at your own pace to secure your WordPress website.

Yes, you’re reading that correctly: just twenty seven bucks for a goldmine of information that every WordPress user must know.

If for whatever reason you are not satisfied with the WP Defenders Security Manual you may request a full refund within 30 days.

“Hackers attack WordPress sites both big and small, with over 90,978 attacks happening per minute.”