Thanks to its ease of use and customizability, WordPress is the most popular open source CMS platform in the world. However, the plugins that allow users to easily add features also carry a risk: Sites with 20 or more plugins were nearly three times more likely to have malware. Malware attacks can damage your site’s reputation and cost you money, especially if your site is taken offline or removed from search results. Knowing how to evaluate plugins effectively and use them safely allows you to maintain the functionality of your site without sacrificing security.
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In our Beginner’s Guide to the SiteLock Plugin for WordPress, we showed you the benefits of proactively preventing malware and hacking attempts on your WordPress website. In this video, you’ll learn exactly how to install and configure our plugin and connect it to a SiteLock account.
From malware and vulnerability scans to real-time security updates, the SiteLock WordPress Plugin provides complete website security management without ever having to leave WordPress. In December 2017, the SiteLock WordPress Plugin was updated to v4.0.4. For those of you already using the plugin, you can update your version within your WordPress Dashboard. For newbies, you can download and install the plugin here.