It is of no secret that WordPress is one of the most popular website-creating tools out there. It seems like everybody got a site running on WordPress. However, with design, interface, UI and other similar problems, people often tend to forget that security is also very (perhaps even the most!) important. Who cares if you have a beautiful website full of amazing features and functions, if every single time you log in to it, your personal information is stolen? You’re in luck, however - in this tutorial, we’re going to be talking all about WordPress security.
Seems like an odd question to ask, doesn’t it? It seems obvious why WordPress hardening is important for every single website out there. However, you would be surprised how many people fail to go the extra mile to make sure that their platform is completely secure and protected.
When you look for ways on how to secure a WordPress website online, you’ll probably find thousands of different methods of how to do it. And while it’s great that there’s such a wide variety of choices available, it might become very confusing real fast - different terminologies, installations, etc. All of this can drive a person insane. That’s where this tutorial comes in - to save you the trouble of having to sort through every single piece of information out there.
If you want to improve WordPress security, you’ll have to utilize specific tools to do so. This course won’t only teach you how to secure WordPress - it will teach you how to do so in the most effective ways possible. With more than five years of experience in the fields such as cybersecurity and bug catching, I have put all of my experience into this tutorial so that you could learn only about the most effective and time-tested ways of how to secure a WordPress website.
A lot of other guides that talk about WordPress security have zero clear structure to them - they’re mostly based on the mainstream “google-first-page-results” ideas that are loosely defined and quite unclear for a person that has never dealt with WordPress hardening. This course offers you a clear structure and a simple, easy-to-follow method of how you can secure WordPress.
Whether you want to learn a new skill as a hobby, or you’re motivated to secure that wonderful website of yours, it does not matter - you’ll find what you’re searching for within the material of this course. However, if you have just recently created a website with WordPress and have started thinking about WordPress security - look no further! This is the perfect WordPress security course for you!
There are virtually no specific requirements to take this course - all you need is a working computer, and that’s it! However, if you truly want to maximize the quality of the information that you’ll receive from this course, you should have a strong passion for learning something that’s both practical and cool to know! So, don’t waste any more time and start learning about WordPress security today!
Jitendra Kumar Singh is a senior InfoSec Instructor, bug bounty hunter, hacker, and security researcher. He has more than 5 years of experience in security auditing of Android applications and websites, and testing.
Throughout his career, he has reported nasty bugs to big companies, including Facebook, Google, Medium and others.
Jitendra Kumar Singh holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, both in computer applications, including WebApp pentesting, mobile app pentesting, PHP, ASM.
Jitendra Kumar Singh has a passion for coding in PHP. He has also created some amazing projects who made this work easier. Talking about his free time, Jitendra loves to travel the world.
On BitDegree, you have an opportunity to improve your penetration testing and bug bounty hunting skills. Learning from Jitendra Kumar Singh, you will get a deep understanding of white-hat hacking and website security. Also, you will discover the best ways to earn money from that. So if you want to become a white-hat hacker or secure your website, take one of his courses and start learning today!