You’ve probably heard that WordPress is the most famous publishing platform that runs over 36% of the web. But you might not know that it’s also a favorite target for all sorts of maleficent attacks.
Most of the new WordPress installs can be easily accessed by anyone just by typing /wp-admin behind the URL of your website and by default, the username is admin. So, the only thing that stands between your content and the attacker is your password. That’s quite scary, right?
On top of that, a lot of WordPress websites are still delivered through the old and insecure HTTP protocol. Not only that this hurts the Google search rating, but it makes the connection between your website and your customers vulnerable. Anyone can listen to such communication and steal passwords or credit card information.
In this video, I will show you how to easily secure your WordPress website with free tools and make it much harder for the attacker to hack it. You’ll also learn how to quickly move your website from HTTP to secure HTTPS protocol without paying for expensive certificates.