One of the first things you do when you set up a WordPress site is work on the colors. It's time to add data and text. But what about WordPress security? Don't let the fun of setting up a site that is new distract you you're putting online.
Install the fix wordpress malware attack Firewall Plugin. This plugin investigates requests that are net with simple WordPress-particular heuristics to identify and quit most obvious attacks.
Use strong passwords - Do what you can to use a password, alpha-numeric. Easy to remember passwords are also easy to guess!
Yes, you want to do regular backups of your website. I recommend at least a weekly database backup and a monthly "full" backup. More. Definitely more if you make additions and changes to your website. If you make changes multiple times every day, or have a community of people which are in there all the my site time, a daily backup should be a minimum.
Now it's time use this individual's name and identity and to register for a Facebook accounts. After I get it all set up, I'll be telling you posing as your friend and asking you to be friends with me go right here on Facebook (or Twitter, or whichever societal site).
Don't use wp_ as a prefix for your own databases. Most web hosting providers are eliminating that default but if yours does not, adjust wp_ to anything but that.