The popularity of WordPress as the #1 CMS provider has made it the target of malicious actors hoping to exploit any vulnerability and compromise its security. A solution is provided in the form of a plug-in called “WP Security Audit Log”. This is the best solution for finding compromises quickly before any damage is done.
- WordPress hosts millions of websites, both personal and corporate, which is attractive to hackers/attacks due to sheer volume.
- Automation in security is key, as many programs only work if you keep a check–which people don't so these security measures fail.
- Plug-ins that track activity are important to determine if an attack has occurred. Alerts help stop these quickly.
“If you run a business website, you want to find a solution that will be around for a while, that will be updated, that will work with the next WP version, and a team that offers prompt support.”
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