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[Infographic] 10 Most Common Security Attacks That Can Kill Your WordPress Blog

WordPress is perhaps the most common blogging platform used today because of the multitude of customization options that it offers and the ease of posting and updating content. It’s very user-friendly, so it’s easy to set up your blog within minutes.

Most of the time, when you create a blog, you focus your attention too much on making your site beautiful and presentable, but you forget to ensure its security. You must take note that your site contains substantial information about you.

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It includes personal information, pictures, followers’ information and other sensitive data. Just imagine the horror of finding out that someone accessed your site without your permission. You might end up becoming a victim of identity theft.

Since a lot of data nowadays are being shared and transmitted online, there is also a stronger call to secure your online presence. You must be extra careful with what you share on the site, as well as make sure that you take the necessary measures to fortify your sites’ security.
Before you begin achieving this goal, you should first acquaint yourself with the most common threats the WordPress bloggers face. By doing this, you can gauge the individual measures you need to implement.

We understand how you want to improve your WordPress site and at the time make sure that your content and personal information are safe, so we prepared this infographic that will educate you about the threats that are commonly encountered by WordPress users.
Learn how these threats affect your blog here. Here is the visual.
Wordpress Security Attacks

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