Protect WP blog core by taking a wp-config.php file to higher levels to the root directory. WordPress sees it easily.
Prohibit this so that even after obtaining admin access for WP dashboard the hacker cannot modify files.
Connect server only with SSH or SFTP. SFTP is better than FTP because of its security features.
With shared host, error in directory permissions might be fatal. Secure site at hosting level by changing permissions. Set 755 for directory permission and 644 for file permission. This protects complete file system.
Do this by adding ‘Options All –Indexes in .htacess file.
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