Over the last four years of working with individuals and small businesses, the same questions pop up every single day about website malware and other forms of malicious code that is of concern to owners of sites. Having been a key player and business owner and working in the field, I have cleaned sites that have been ruined by hackers and unsavory individuals with success. In this article, I intend to give you information on how you may make your website secure. These steps are easy and a DIY plan of attack that can save you hundreds of dollars in the future. Also, when you add the cost of lost revenue from a broken site, it just adds to the losses.
Go to your WordPress site and log in then go to dashboard-WP Admin. This is a where you can secure your website. First see if you have the latest version of WordPress, if not please update. This is an easy way to secure your site. Now go a little further and take a look at your WordPress themes. These themes are created by companies to make WordPress easy to use and function as the designer intended. But they have drawbacks; it is easy to attack a site thru the themes, somewhat of a portal for hackers. We can update the themes by going to appearance and themes and click update. Well, one more step to complete the security patches is to take a look at your WordPress plugins in the admin area. Simple as pie, just look over the list of plugins and click update.
Hope this article is helpful and will prevent malicious malware attacks. Please do not forget to change your WordPress Admin password to something unique and long. If you think you may have malware on your site, do not hesitate to seek professional advice at http://www.WebsiteMalwareRemoval.net.