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Justin's Blog:
How to improve the security of your Wordpress blog
April 08, 2009 @ 12:54:30

Justin has a few suggestions - six of them - to help you improve the security of your WordPress blog.

Here's the list:

  • WP Security Scan
  • Change all accounts that have known usernames (example: admin).
  • Remove Wordpress Version
  • adminSSL
  • askApache Password protect
  • Wordpress firewall

For each of the items that are plugins, links are provided for direct download and installation instructions.

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