As you might already notice, my new blog is powered by WordPress. When I chose to start a new blog and run it WordPress, I started to look on WordPress security. There are already great posts about improving the security of your WordPress site (see for example this and this guides). There are also many posts describing various security plugins you should be installing.
All this information is critical – but it’s not enough. What about elementary web security practices? For example, leveraging security headers to protect your site? Or enabling
security.txt so good hackers will know how to contact you, in case they find a vulnerability in your site?
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