Wordfence Live: 10 WordPress Security Mistakes You Might Be Making

Wordfence Live: 10 WordPress Security Mistakes You Might Be Making

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While we are all human and we all make mistakes, it’s a lot easier to learn from the mistakes of others. And when it comes to the security of your WordPress website, learning from others’ mistakes — and from the security experts at Wordfence — can help you make better decisions about your WordPress site security. We’re here to run down the top 10 security mistakes we’ve seen people make with their WordPress site.

11:24 #10: Changing the login URL as a false sense of security
16:00 #9: Not using SSL/TLS certificates on your WordPress site
19:00 #8: Using “admin” as your WordPress administrative username
22:30 #7: Using weak passwords
24:05 #6: Not using a Web Application Firewall like Wordfence
41:18 #5: Using insecure hosting
44:50 #4: Poor user access management
48:13 #3: Using nulled plugins or themes
49:54 #2: Reusing passwords in multiple locations
51:28 Mistake #1: Not updating WordPress plugins, themes or WordPress core
55:00 A visit with Wordfence CEO Mark Maunder

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