As you already know if you have a WordPress powered website, WP is the biggest CMS platform in the world. It powers almost 60% of all websites while more than 28% of website content is managed by it. This means that WordPress manages over 66 million websites, while at least 17 blog posts are published through it every second.
As you must be aware, 2017 has been a cyber security nightmare. With constant and diverging cyber attacks, rare are those who can claim to have not fallen victim to black hat hackers this past year. Ransomware attacks such as WannaCry, NotPetya and Locky had the greatest effect on those who live and work in the cyberspace, but things are not so abstract as you might think. Aside from targeting vast amounts of money, cyber attacks have also come so far as to endanger people’s lives by targeting hospitals and medical equipment that keep countless people alive.
Having that kind of reach over our lives is anything but innocent, so we have come up with a comprehensive list of cyber threats to prepare for in 2018.
We will share with you 7 ways to stop user registration spam by adjusting a few things in WordPress Admin Board as well as downloading and installing many of the available plugins to do the work for you.
Wordpress is the internationally most known blog software. Today, Wordpress is used by more than
100.000 million websites that publish new posts every second. The most obvious reason why it makes sense to choose the Wordpress platform for setting up your personal blog is that Wordpress was termed as the new evolution of how websites are constructed.
Originally launched in 2003, Wordpress has become perhaps the most popular content management system (CMS) in the world. Today, Wordpress as the perfect tool is used by more than 100 000 million websites that publish new posts every second.