Sucuri releases a hacked website report for each quarter. Their latest report says that, of all the websites that were hacked in the third quarter of 2016, every 3 out of the 4 websites were developed on WordPress. If you are running a WordPress site and haven’t been hacked yet, you are a very lucky guy. But how long will luck favor you?
Is it better to take chances based on luck, or be proactive and take preventive measures to make sure that you aren’t getting hacked? I can tell you voted for the proactive measures. In that case, you have come to the right place.
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You log in to your WordPress site from your computer. It is also likely that you have saved the login information for your primary email address,