You must have listened to this a lot of time “Don’t go with WordPress it’s easy to hack”. But the reality is quite very different and far from what we think or listen to.
We are providing WordPress Security & Maintainance services for the last 5 years. throughout this journey, we have concluded that WordPress is very secure in itself, but due to 3 top reasons, it doesn’t gain popularity in security like other PHP CMS like drupal or Joomla.
So if you have a similar question in your mind. You are going to get your answer in this video.
Topics covered in this video:
00:45 3 Reasons why WordPress is secure but easy to hack?
00:55 Reason 1. The mass audience is non-technical
01:20 Whom I’m assuming non-technical?
02:53 What common mistake does a non-technical user do?
08:07 What is the solution to avoid this security vulnerability
10:55 Reason 2. Very Flexible
11:07 What do I mean by very flexible
14:58 CMS comparison in flexibility (Drupal, Magento, WordPress, Opencart)
19:14 What is the reason for WordPress’s flexibility?
21:15 How this flexibility becomes a problem in security?
21:30 What is the solution to this problem?
21:45 Directory Structure of WordPress
23:45 Short introduction of file permissions & Correct file permission in WordPress directory structure
28:07 Reason 3. The largest shareholder in the market ~ 36 – 40% of websites are on WordPress.
29:40 Market share of PHP CMS
32:03 Chronology of hacking…
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