5 Tips to Help You Improve WordPress Security

Contrary to popular belief, website builders like Wix and Shopify make a small impact on the market share of WordPress. To this day, WordPress retains a firm stronghold of being the leading content publishing platform on the web. And because of its popularity, it is one of the most common targets for various attacks from hackers with bad intentions.

In late 2021, a group of Vietnamese security researchers reported an SQL injection attack in the WordPress WP_Query function. This left millions of blogs and websites exposed to potential attacks that could lead to customer data being stolen and worse. The WordPress 5.8.3 version rectified this attack, which is why it is so important to keep your site up-to-date at all times.

The fact of the matter is, that there could be dozens of similar vulnerabilities out in the wild. So, in a sense, the goal is not to achieve an impenetrable website. Rather, you should aim to implement certain security features and precautions to ensure that hackers have a hard time accessing sensitive data, for example – your admin dashboard.

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