Tag: WordPress Security

At Wetopi, we take Security very seriously. We devote a great part of our resources to make our servers safe and keep our hosted webpages far from malware.

You probably already know that security does not end in that directory on the server where you have your WordPress hosted. And it is that the so-called service stack continues below your website served with WordPress.

There are many components and services that contribute to enlarging the angle of the so-called Attack Vector!

At wetopi we take care of the security of your server. By being able to work exclusively with WordPress we can efficiently automate the entire process of updating your server.

The main activity towards a safe environment features:

  • Traffic filtering
  • Shared Security via Bunker Guard
  • Updated Traffic Blocking lists
  • Mitigation of DDoS attacks coverage
  • Virus and Malware scan
  • WordPress Update Assitance
  • Hack Free Guarantee
  • Healthy Backup Strategy.

 

  • Safely Update to Keep WordPress Secure

    Safely Update to Keep WordPress Secure

    Nobody doubts the need to update WordPress and its extensions and themes, but sometimes we don’t do it for a simple reason: Updates can be a nightmare if you are not prepared.

  • Get a complete WordPress Backup Solution

    Get a complete WordPress Backup Solution

    Backups are a form of preventive security measure and our last defense against any data loss, misconfiguration, or malware infection. That’s why it’s considered one of the core features at Wetopi.

  • Get a Malware Scanner for WordPress

    Get a Malware Scanner for WordPress

    At Wetopi, we understand how vital security is for your WordPress sites. Given that no site is fully immune to attacks, our daily Malware Scanner serves as a key defensive measure, enabling early detection of infections to prevent significant damage.

  • Two-Factor Authentication or 2FA: all you need to know

    Two-Factor Authentication or 2FA: all you need to know

    2FA, an acronym for “Two-Factor Authentication”, implies that in addition to providing your username and password (first factor), an additional step (second factor) is required. This ensures the person trying to access a service is the legitimate user. Two-Factor Authentication, or 2FA, enhances the security of restricted access services by asking the user for a…

  • How to use SSH and securely connect to your server

    How to use SSH and securely connect to your server

    This guide explains how to establish an SSH (Secure Shell) connection to access the command line of your server. While we’ll be using our WordPress Wetopi hosting service as an example, the same procedure applies to any other situation. Keep reading!

  • WordPress File Permissions: When and How to Lock Them for Maximum Security

    WordPress File Permissions: When and How to Lock Them for Maximum Security

    WordPress File Permissions means that some neat features of WordPress come from allowing various files to be writable by the web server. However, allowing write access to your files is potentially dangerous, particularly on WordPress sites with pending security updates. Blocking the WordPress filesystem via File Permissions will help you increase the security of your…

  • High Availability for WordPress

    High Availability for WordPress

    Ensuring your WordPress website is consistently accessible and operating smoothly is essential. At Wetopi, we prioritize high availability as a fundamental aspect of our services. This post outlines our strategies and implementations in detail.

  • Two WordPress Security rules for your Peace of Mind

    Two WordPress Security rules for your Peace of Mind

    In this article, we will delve into the topic of WordPress security. As one of the most widely used content management systems on the internet, WordPress’s popularity also makes it an attractive target for hackers. However, being a popular target does not mean that WordPress is inherently insecure. The WordPress community actively addresses vulnerabilities and…

  • What to Do If My WordPress Site is Hacked?

    What to Do If My WordPress Site is Hacked?

    To find out that your site has been hacked is a nightmare. Malware on your WordPress site can spell disaster. But don’t panic! This guide provides step-by-step instructions to effectively identify and clean the cyber threat, while also providing strategies for future protection. If you are in a real hurry, we give you a FREE…

  • How to use SVG in WordPress?

    How to use SVG in WordPress?

    In this post, we want to show you when and how to use SVG in WordPress. SVG files, or Scalable Vector Graphic files, are popular among users for being vector-based. That is, they do not lose quality when scaling or zooming. They are smaller in size than an equivalent PNG or GIF. But, by default,…