I don't know about you, but when I was securing my WordPress site, and I was researching to see what others were doing to keep their blog safe, I found information that I was confused. And some of the data was in fact over superstitious or the top. People told me to rename this file, rename this folder and install these ten plugins. It seemed to be a lot of energy and work.
Since scare tactics appear to be what compels some people to take fix hacked wordpress a bit more seriously, or at least start thinking about the problem, allow me you can try this out to shoot a scare tactics your way.
Use strong passwords - Do what you can to use a password, alpha-numeric. Easy to remember passwords are also easy to guess!
While it's an odd term, it represents a task that is essential . We are not only being obsessive-compulsive here: servers go down every day, despite their promises of 99.9% uptime, and if you've had this happen to you, you understand the fear is it can cause.
Now it's time to sign up for a Facebook accounts that is new and use this person's name and identity to pose as your friend. Once I get it all set up, I'll be telling you posing as your friend and asking you to be friends with me on Facebook (or Twitter, or whichever social site).
Free software: If you've installed free scripts search Google for'wordpress security'. You'll get tips.