I haven’t finished reading the whole thing but I’ve already learned many things and gained more knowledge about securing WordPress installations. When I find the time, I’ll try to apply some of the things I’ve learned. One thing I’m really interested in trying out is the WPIDS plugin that detects intrusions. This is just an initial release so some aspects and topics were missed or weren’t fully covered. Expect additional topics and improvements in the next release or versions of this whitepaper.
Here’s what you’ll find inside version 1.0:
Anyone else read the “How To Secure WordPress” whitepaper? What topics or additional information should the authors add in the next version? Share your thoughts!
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