Are You Backing Up Your Wordpress Site?Okay, you got me: WordPress security isn't the sexiest way to spend your time, but it could end up being one of the most profitable! Nothing is more caustic to the lining of your stomach than having your site go down, and wondering whether or not you've lost it all.
I back my blogs frequently using a free plugin WP DB Backup up. I can restore my blog to the last settings if anything happens. I use my blog to be scanned by WP Security Scan plugin frequently and WordPress Firewall to block asks to fix wordpress malware cleanup.
Don't depend on your Web host - Many men and women rely on their web host to"do all that technical stuff for me", not realizing that sometimesthey don't! Far better to have the responsibility lie rather than out.
Yes, you want to do regular backups of your website. I recommend at least a weekly database backup and a monthly "full" backup. More. If you make changes and additions to your site, definitely. If you have a community of people that are in there all the time, or make changes multiple times a day, a daily backup should be a minimum.
It's time to register for a new Facebook accounts and use this individual's name and identity to pose as your friend. After I get it all set up, I'll be telling you posing as your friend and asking you to be friends with me on Facebook (or Twitter, or whichever social site).
Change your password, often, or at least admin username and your WordPress password and collect and use other fantastic WordPress security tips to keep hackers find this out!