Make your WordPress safer from hackers

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Make your WordPress safer from hackers

Unfortunately there are people who invade websites and blogs,

either for fun or to use the hacked blog to advertise their own sites. 

I myself already had the “disgrace” of having my sites and blogs invaded, but fortunately the attacker did nothing destructive, however he used my blog to add a link that pointed to a site that sold “generic ci lis lis”.

The main problem in this case is that the blog can be penalized by search engines

, since it is pointing a link to a website with questionable content.

So, so that you don’t have to go through the same “disgrace” as me,

check out the tips below that show you how to make your WordPress a little more safe.

1) Keep your WordPress and plugins up to date
This must be done because the newest versions of WordPress and plugins

, in addition to offering new features and compatibility between the platform / plugins, also offer more security,

closing loopholes already known by hackers.

2) Protect the plugins folder with a clean index.html file
The index file is the first file to be loaded when a visitor tries to access a directory within the hosting server.

 For example, if anyone types the address into the browser, they can see all the folders and files in it, however, if there is the index.html file inside the plugins folder,

the browser will display a blank page.

By doing this, you make it difficult for the potential hacker to try to exploit

security holes in a plugin that he already knows that the

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