September 27, 2012

Protect Your WordPress Blog with this WordPress AntiMalware Plugin

Hopefully, you’ve never had your WordPress site or network hacked. Take my word for it though, you need to be ready because all it takes is one hack to put you out of business. For a long time, I wasn’t a cat that was big on WordPress security, mainly because I didn’t think…

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