Last Friday we dove down the WordPress Security bunny hole to chase the Aethera botnet and the other attack platform that WordFence reported. Today we are looking a their new WordPress Security Learning Center.
If you are a developer or security professional, you should check this site out, and take the time to fit the classes into your schedule. If you are interested in a deeper dive into WordPress security, this is the place to go: https://www.wordfence.com/learn/
Some of the tools include:
- A video introduction to WordPress security
- A checklist for securing your website
- An infographic on WordPress plugins
- Results of their 2015 security survey
- An infographic about WordPress security issues and threats.
Some of the classes are:
- Intro to WordPress Security
- Protecting yourself from Issues and Threats
- Choosing a WordPress Host
- Hardening Your WordPress Site
- How to Check if You Have Been Hacked
- How to Clean a Hacked Site
- Understanding PHP Vulnerabilities
- Zero-Day Exploits
- Another 5 classes for WordPress Developers.
Enjoy! And by the way – Happy Pi Day! (3.14 is the value of Pi, and today’s date)Share
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