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  • December 21, 2019
  • By mike
  • Comments Off on Broken link checking
  • in Security
Broken link checking

Broken link checking

Broken link checking Links that do not connect to any available or ongoing page are known as Broken Links. These link-ups are dead and show the "Error 404" code when accessed. An SEO audit plug-in to...Read More »
Brute Force Attacks

Brute Force Attacks

Frequent attacks on WordPress are associated with the test and error method to enter multiple combinations of usernames and passwords until a successful combination is found. This is the type of brute...Read More »
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

Cross-Site Scripting and XSS attacks are 84% of all security vulnerabilities on the Internet. The most growing flaw in WordPress plugins is Cross-Site Scripting. Cross-Site Scripting's basic mechan...Read More »
Malware

Malware

Malware is a code that is for unauthorized use in the storage of sensitive information. A compromised WordPress website usually means malware was inserted into your website files, so look at files you...Read More »
WordPress theme Attacks

WordPress theme Attacks

One of WordPress ' most valuable advantages is that you can install it for free, use free plugins to add features and download free theme files to make your site look attractive. Scrupulous developers...Read More »
SQL Injections

SQL Injections

The MySQL server is used for your WordPress website. When an intruder gains access to your WordPress server and all of your Web site data, an SQL injection will take place. An intruder can create a...Read More »
An Outdated WordPress

An Outdated WordPress

Team WordPress updates core files daily. Such fixes can be found in self-installed files, which address known problems and generally improve the security of WordPress websites. The maintenance of t...Read More »
File Inclusion Exploits

File Inclusion Exploits

The following weaknesses in the PHP code of your WordPress website are the most common security issue that hackers can take advantage of after brute attacks. (PHP, along with its plugins and themes, i...Read More »
Unsecure Hosting platform

Unsecure Hosting platform

A particularly common issue with free hosting services is running advertisements, but if you run your WordPress website on a hosting platform that does not use authentication or secure servers, any pa...Read More »

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