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    How I Unhacked WordPress Blog Using Sucuri Security Plugin

    July 2, 2014
    WordPress site hacked

    Any website which is hosted on a web-server is always vulnerable to hacking, and as a webmaster it’s our role to implement all the best practices which increases the security of our website. The wise men once said “Prevention is better than cure” and the best prevention in terms of security of our WordPress blog is to have a daily back-up of your blog. Anyways, this post is not about WordPress backup but about one blog that ...

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    How To Prevent WordPress Spam Comments With Smartness And Plugins

    June 30, 2014
    Prevent WordPress Spam Comments

    Spam comments is one of the biggest pain to a blogger and tacking them is part of our day-to-day life.  I have seen many new WordPress bloggers who shifted from BlogSpot find it hard to tackle the spam comments. Most of the time it’s because of the ignorance and awareness about spam comments. Earlier, I have shared an article on how a blogger should moderate blog comments, and this particular guide is for all WordPress ...

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    How To Stop Chrome Warning : The Website Ahead Contains Malware!

    January 19, 2014
    The Website Ahead Contains Malware!

    Google Chrome is one of the most popular browser in the world, and it offers various features which makes it a popular choice. One of Chrome good feature is to warn users when they attempt to visit a website which is distributing malware or even hacked. This helps normal user to secure their computer from online hacking and threats, but at the same time this feature could be very annoying for a webmaster like you ...

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    WordPress Sites Under Brute Force Attack

    April 15, 2013
    Botnet attack

    WordPress is one of the most widely used blogging platform, and right now it’s under brute force attack via a large botnet. In a recent post Matt Mullenweg posted about the recent attack on WordPress sites. This is a botnet attack, and is performing brute force attack using default WordPress login (admin). Let me first explain what botnet is, and how it works. What is Botnet attack: Here are few terms you should know: Bot ...

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    8 Essential Settings after Installing WordPress

    April 10, 2013
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    When I started my Blogging journey, I started with BlogSpot but later on I moved to WordPress. I have been using it for almost 4 years and so far it’s the best platform for Blogging that I can think of. WordPress is scalable and there are thousands of tutorials for WordPress that is available, which will help you in getting started with WordPress. You can also read WordPress complete guide, which will help you to ...

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    How to Put Website Malware Review Request Via Google Webmaster Tool

    March 25, 2013
    Malware review request Webmaster tool

    Website hacking is nothing new, and being a blogger it doesn’t matter how much hacking preventive measures we take, hackers will always find a way to gain access to your Website. Specially, when you are using WordPress with too many plugins, this makes it easier for hackers to find a loophole on your website. Here at ShoutMeLoud, I keep talking about various methods to make our website hack-proof, but at the same time, there is ...

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    How to Automate WordPress Database Backup

    January 30, 2013
    WordPress database backup

    When ever I talk about WordPress security, I always mentioned how important it is to take timely backup of your blog. There are many tools like ManageWP, Vaultpress, which let you take complete backup of your WordPress blog, but in this case we are only looking at taking WordPress database backup. There are many plugins like Wp Db-backup, Wp Db-manager, which will quickly let you take backup of WordPress blog database. Out of all, I ...

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    WordFence Security : MultiPurpose Security Plugin for WordPress

    January 24, 2013
    WordFence WordPress scan

    WordPress is one fantastic piece of blogging platform, and one of it’s beauty is: We hold the responsibility to keep our blog fast, safe, secure and make changes according to our mood. It’s like a home for a blogger, and how can’t we add some security measures to ensure nothing goes wrong on our blog. Specially, when you are running a multi-author WordPress blog, your role to ensure security of your blog increases. Today, I ...

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