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Justin's Blog:
How to secure your wordpress blog - part 2
April 15, 2009 @ 11:19:47

Justin had written up a previous article with a few quick ways to secure your WordPress blog and he's come back with a few more helpful hints on how to keep you and your blog safe.

The following is a list of some additional changes that you can make to improve the security of your wordpress installation (Backup wp-config.php and your db tables before trying the following).

Here's his new list of recommendations:

  • Change the default table prefix
  • Install WP-Scanner
  • Change permissions on the WordPress to only be writable by you and root
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