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How to Disable the WordPress Plugin and Theme Editor

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WordPress comes with a useful feature, a file editor that allows you to edit your plugins and theme files right from your Dashboard. All you need to do is to go to Appearance -> Editor to edit your theme files, or to Plugins -> Editor to edit your plugins files. While the WordPress file editor can come in handy, it can also be dangerous! If someone other than yourself has an Administrator...

The Ultimate WordPress Security Guide – Step by Step

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WordPress security is a topic of huge importance for every website owner. Google blacklists around 10,000+ websites every day for malware and around 50,000 for phishing every week. If you are serious about your website, then you need to pay attention to the WordPress security best practices. In this guide, we will share all the top WordPress security tips to help you protect your website against...

How to Protect your wp-config.php File in WordPress

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It’s a sad truth that many WordPress sites are incredibly easy to hack. So many of them are not even updated to the latest version. However, one of the most dangerous and sensitive files in the entire WordPress installation is the wp-config.php. One single location contains a wealth of critical data regarding your database, username, and password. Just take a look: If a hacker gets hold of this...

Steps to Enable Two Factor Authentication (2FA) for cPanel

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All want to have a secure cPanel account but even after using a random strong password, your cPanel account still gets hacked. Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is actively supported by cPanel as it adds an extra step to access your cPanel account securely. When you enable 2FA, you will need your account password as well as a second form of authentication which offers a time based token generated...

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