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EIZO Introduces 49-Inch Wall Mount Monitor For The Operating Room

EIZO Introduces 49-Inch Wall Mount Monitor For The Operating Room

access_time November 4, 2016

EIZO GmbH today announced a new 49-inch wall mount monitor for operating rooms (OR). The CuratOR LX490W is a Full

Bang & Olufsen Surprisingly Announced Its New BeoSound 1 & 2 Speakers At IFA

Bang & Olufsen Surprisingly Announced Its New BeoSound 1 & 2 Speakers At IFA

access_time November 22, 2016

Bang & Olufsen has introduced two new speaker systems at the IFA 2016, bringing with them a striking cone design

Intel Unveils Project Alloy ‘Merged Reality’ Headset

Intel Unveils Project Alloy ‘Merged Reality’ Headset

access_time May 18, 2017

Intel has unveiled a virtual reality headset that allows nearby objects from the real world to be integrated into its


Keep Your WordPress Sites Secure And Safe

Keep Your WordPress Sites Secure And Safe

Keep Your WordPress Sites Secure And Safe

access_time May 18, 2017

Having a WordPress site means that you’ve to take some extra efforts in order to secure your visitors and your own data. Security is one of paramount importance for any WordPress site. If you’ve your own WordPress site than it’s necessary to keep your WordPress site secure and safe from domain thieves, social engineering, spammers, and hackers. Internet crimes aren’t like traditional crimes, it’s harder to catch and there are very few laws to do so. There are plenty of things that you can do to keep your WordPress site secure and safe:

Choose A Reliable Host

The first step you take should be choosing a reliable, and reputable WordPress Host that makes site security one of their top priorities. Make sure your website is on a securedWordPress hosting. If your Wordpres hosting companies aren’t safe, then their are so much chances that different vulnerabilities are eating up your resources.

Create strong passwords

The next step you will want to take, when it comes to setting up your site, is picking secure passwords for any and all accounts associated with your site. Not just for WordPress admin area, but also for database, FTP accounts, WordPress hosting account, and your email address. Creating a password that has a mixture of lowercase letters, capital letters, symbols, and numbers.

Consider two-factor authentication

Two-factor authentication, most commonly abbreviated as 2FA, a fantastic way to secure all of your online accounts against unwanted intruders. One of the easiest ways to do this is to use Clef to authenticate using your mobile phone.

Keep WordPress Up To Date

When kept up-to-date, the WordPress core is extremely secure. Make sure that your site is running the most current version of WordPress (using PHP, the most recent versions, etc.).