What To Do About WordPress Vulnerabilities and Exploits in 2019

You work hard to make your WordPress site a great experience for visitors. Do you want unauthorized third parties horning in and messing up your good thing? Of course not! That’s why you want to be aware of and safeguard against any potential vulnerabilities and exploits.

If you’ve just seen the infographic 20 Chilling WordPress Vulnerabilities and Exploits, keep reading and we’ll tell you how to take action to prevent the most dangerous ones from that list.

Content injection doesn’t mean that you decide to inject your older content with something new that helps it remain evergreen. This term refers to an outside party introducing or injecting malicious content into your site. That malicious content may install some sort of malware, trigger redirects to other sites, or serve as a pass-through to funnel information away from your site.

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