Getting Smart About SecurityI've had two WordPress blogs hacked into previously. That was at a time when I was doing almost no internet marketing, and until I found time to deal with the situation (weeks later), these sites were penalized in the major search engines. They were not eliminated, no matter how the ratings were reduced.
In my view, the best way to ensure that your is via the use of a secure your wordpress website backup plugin. This is a fairly inexpensive, easy and elegant to use way to be sure your website is accessible to you in the event of a disaster.
Do not depend on your internet host - Many people depend on their web host to"do all that technical stuff for me", not realizing that sometimes, they don't! Far better to have the responsibility lie with you, rather than from your control.
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There is. People always know where they can login and they also could drop by your login form and try a different combination of passwords and user accounts outside. In order to stop this from happening you need to set up Login Lockdown. It's a plugin that allows users to attempt to login with a password three times. After that the IP address will be banned from the server for a certain amount of time.