Enforce Version Control in WordPress to Boost Security

If you have spent a long time working on your clients website, ensuring everything is in version control (such as git). Then you would be pretty gutted if your client edits a theme file, or adds a new plugin that lives outside of your version controlled workflow. Adding code that lives outside of a tightly controlled workflow means: …

Stop Clickjacking by preventing your WordPress site loading in a Frame

Clickjacking is a potential security risk caused by someone loading your website inside a frame on another website and making it appear as if the website is legitimate, however they will be hijacking interactions you make with that site, such as form submissions. For more information about clickjacking read the handy guide I created detailing …

Prevent users from sharing login credentials in WordPress

As any Information Governance expert will tell you, sharing usernames and passwords is bad! Fortunately we can boost your WordPress security with this tip. Although nothing is as good as educating your users as to why they shouldn’t be sharing their usernames and passwords, in WordPress we can certainly make it difficult for them to do …