Adding WordPress User Permissions Under Special Conditions
Lesson 2 is just to inform you of WordPress security issues regarding your admin user access. In lesson 4, I would explain how you can change your WordPress admin username, password and add new users with site roles.
WordPress Admin Login Security Risk
By default, when your first set up your WordPress website, it already vulnerable to site hackers. The admin username that is issued by WordPress, makes your WordPress a dreamland for attackers wanting to mess you up. You are going to learn how to protect your website from WordPress admin login security risk.
I'm still waiting on confirmation, but I once read that WordPress is used by millions of users around the world, also it one of the most sought after contact managing system (CSM) for hackers.
Make It Hard For Hackers To Say Gotcha Word
Reducing the threat of website hacker attack through the administration user log in on your WordPress website is simple.
Because I'm in the middle of creating a tutorial on internet security, I'm keeping this page short. Now you may think that me telling you that has nothing to do with WordPress user permissions, but it does.
You see if I was a hacker and wanted to get into your website, and I discovered that you have a user named Admin, I'm in.
You have done half of my work. Making it simple, by leaving that easy access or backdoor open for me. Like I said if I was a hacker I would show you my appreciation. Just think, I can add just a few application.
Trust me, it could be business devastation. But rest assured, I'm not looking to experience incarnation.
In the last lesson, number 4, I will show you how to delete Admin and add in a friend, parent, or even a cousin.
Coming Up Next Lesson 3:
WordPress Roles Explained For Users Permissions