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It’s a terrible feeling. You spend months, even years building up your blog. You lovingly polish each post, find the perfect image for each one and publish it for the world to see.
Then – for no apparent reason – some anti-social cyber-weasel hacks into your site. They might place links to not-so-family friendly sites in your footer or (if they’re really bad) delete your content altogether.
Regardless of what they do, the feeling is the same. You feel violated.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. The following five steps will help make your blog more secure for years to come.
1:- Beef up securtiy with the secure wordpress plugin:-
Your blog publishes a lot of meta data – such as the WordPress version you’re using – which hackers can use to break into your site. Secure WordPress is a plugin which removes all this public data, thereby making it harder for hackers to plan a successful attack on your site.
It also makes access to plugin and theme update information available only to people you’ve designated as administrators. Secure WordPress also adds extra security by adding the index.php plugin directory, which denies public access to your directories, and so prevents hackers from browsing them.
2:- Mocw the wp-config.php file out of the public_Html folder.
Wp-config.php is the file which contains all your site’s configurations. You can imagine the kind of damage a hacker could do if they had access this all-important file.
Strangely, WordPress places the wp-config.php file in the public_html folder, thereby making it public.This is not good. Fortunately, you can easily move it to a private area on your site. Simply open the
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My phone rang. I was told to turn on the TV. I stared in abject horror at the screen as a plane flew directly into the 2nd tower of The World Trade Center. I thought: How is this possible in America, let alone New York City, the most populous city in the U.S, the largest metropolitan area in the world?
All I knew is that people were dying.
After 9/11, every available person volunteered to assist NYC ranging from the health care field, firefighters, police force, and everyday people. The attitude in America was one of solidarity. No one fought about religion and politics. Diversity in race, financial status or sexual gender was not an issue. People stood together. Not apart.
What followed as a result, was and still is, global mass hysteria.
“Whoever wishes to foresee the future must consult the past; for human events ever resemble those of preceding times.” – Machiavelli
1941: Pearl Harbor
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