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Removing the Cerber Security Plugin Data from your Child Site

Security plugins on your child site can help find security issues and help block specific users, but one thing to be aware of is security plugins which end up causing serious performance issues. One such security plugin is Cerber Security, which has been known to cause performance issues on sites. Ceber Security plugin will end…

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Using the Activity Log for MainWP Extension

How to use Action Log for MainWP

MainWP now has a very useful way to track changes made on both the MainWP Dashboard site, as well as tracking changes to connected child sites using Activity Log for MainWP extension. First, you will need to install the WP Security Audit Log plugin on all of the connected child sites, which is very easy…

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Taking advantage of MainWP security extensions to help secure your sites from the menacing zombies on the internet

MAINWP SECURITY EXTENSIONS

What is your favorite scary movie? How did it make you feel to watch the movie? I remember when the movie The Blair Witch Project came out. It was creepy. There were no zombies in the movie, but an urban legend about a witch. Word is, the filming concluded on Halloween. I remember as I…

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How to manage WordPress security like a boss using the MainWP Dashboard

Security is pretty important. In fact, security is damn important. Hackings of your website can cost you valuable downtime, embarrassing visuals, get you in trouble with Google and cost you the chance to make money. Yet it happens every day. This is why it is necessary for someone running a business on their website to…

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How to Change Default WordPress Admin Username

Having an unique Administrator username is essential for your site’s security! After installing WordPress, unless you specify another name, default administrator username will be ”admin”. If you continue using “admin” as an administrator username, a hacker can easily break into your website. With performing a brute force attack on your account using the default WordPress admin…

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Securing your WordPress Sites with MainWP

WordPress powers approximately 17% of all the websites online around the world. This means that it is a very attractive platform for hackers to try and compromise as it gives them the ability to take down or control many websites with just a single exploit. How do WordPress sites get hacked? A recent study has…

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