Monthly Archives: September 2013

#WordPress Security Tip – Limit Information Disclosure

Reducing the amount of information that is available will at least slow down a non-determined attacker. Here are just a few things that you can do- Open your theme’s functions.php and add these to the end- #Don’t display error information … Continue reading

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#WordPress Security Tip – Secure Your wp-config.php

If you choose to leave your wp-config.php file in the default location, add these lines to your .htaccess file <files wp-config.php> order allow,deny deny from all </files> This will prevent your wp-config.php file from being accessed by a client. Make … Continue reading

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#WordPress Security Tip – Move the wp-config.php file one level up in the directory structure

By default WordPress looks in the directory that it’s installed in for the wp-config.php file. It will also look one directory up. For example, if your blog is at http://www.mysite.com and the document root is /home/mysite/www, then you can move … Continue reading

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