10 Security Plugins For WordPress Bloggers

Twitter is not only a good place for meeting friends and making conversation, its also a source of some terrific links to all manner of content you may otherwise miss.

Tonight I found something I think many of you will benefit from (thanks to @FSecure for tweeting this).

Here are 10 great plugins for making a WordPress installation more secure –

  1. WordPress Security Scan
  2. WordPress Semisecure Login
  3. Force SSL
  4. Admin SSL
  5. Invisible Defender
  6. AskApache Password Protect
  7. WordPress Database Backup
  8. Secure WordPress
  9. Login Lockdown
  10. WordPress File Monitor

There are certainly a few on that list that I had not heard of before.

For more info and the links to the actual plugins view the source: Top 10 Best Security Plugins for WordPress

For more info on website security read: I’m Worried My Website Might Get Hacked – What Can I Do?

About Lee Munson

Lee's non-technical background allows him to write about internet security in a clear way that is understandable to both IT professionals and people just like you who need simple answers to your security questions.

Comments

  1. Glad you saw that one! What did people do before Twitter?

    • It was a great find by your good selves.

      Before Twitter…hmmmm…. perhaps we were more sociable? I remember the days of communicating on open forums, via MSN and other forms of chat and miss them to a degree – Twitter is great for finding masses of information but far less personal in my opinion.

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