Google Authenticator for WordPress – WordPress Security

In this video, I’m going to show you how to setup Google Authenticator for WordPress and 2 Factor Authentication. This will enhance your security for your WordPress Website by requiring a second form of authentication. I will also show you how to get around the 2-factor authentication if you lose your phone. This is the […]

Top 10 WordPress Security Mistakes

How to Scan Your WordPress Site for Malicious Code – WordPress Security

In this episode I’m going to show you How to Scan Your WordPress Site for Malicious Code. WordPress Security is a hot topic right now since it seems a lot of websites are coming under attack, potentially getting hacked or just getting defaced. The plug-in that I’m going to demonstrate today is a very popular […]

Block Hacker IPs With The WordFence WordPress Plugin – WordPress Security | WP Learning Lab

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to use the WordFence WordPress plugin to block hacker IPs from accessing your website. As well as show you some tricks to finding IPs for people who are doing suspicious activities on your website. First things first, you need to install the Wordfence plugin. The free […]

Secure your website Firewall, malware scan, blocking,login security | wordfence wordpress plugin

Secure your website with the most comprehensive WordPress security plugin. Firewall, malware scan, blocking, live traffic, login security & more. Wordfence WordPress security plugin.

7 Security Tips for your WordPress Website

Learn how to make your WordPress website secure with these important security tips.

BulletProof Security WordPress Plugin

BulletProof Security Installation & Setup Video tutorial.

Cross-site Scripting (XSS) Attacks Explained – Better WordPress Security | WP Learning Lab

What is an XSS attack? A hacker tricks a trusted site into putting malicious code onto their visitors computers. A website vulnerable to XSS attacks will receive a script (via a link for example) and execute that script in the browser. Steps of an XSS Attack 1. An attacker distributes links containing malicious code directed […]

10 Most Common WordPress Security Mistakes

Lock Down WordPress Security With WP-Padlock

Hackers are after your WordPress blog… [youtube] 600 430[/youtube] Hackers just love WordPress. Is your WordPress blog their next target? There are over 8 million WordPress installations Worldwide. Some people think that because of that number, they don’t need to worry about security. That couldn’t be farther from the truth… We’re not just talking about […]