Fri Oct 11, 2013 7:55 pm

Concerning Wordpress security, I'm glad they always update their platform to combat this. However, sometimes its hard to update to a new version because oftentimes the plugins I need are not compatible with the newest WP version. I can see why it's important, especially when I hear stories like the poster of this thread told. But it can be frustrating to deal with -- having set up an entire site then find out half of it doesn't work after a WP update.
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Sun Oct 27, 2013 8:48 am

1) Use Strong Passwords!
2) Updated Security Patches
3) Securing your Ports
4) Don’t use Generic Usernames
5) Make sure your files are using the correct CHMOD Permissions
6) Prevent illegal farmers’ from “harvesting” your lists
7) Clear the Cookies!
8) Avoid Scam/Spammy Websites
9) Unsolicited Installation of Scripts
10)prevent Comment Attacks

hope that can help you.
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