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Lesson 3 – How to Hide Your Site From WordPress Theme Detectors

Now that you have learned how to customize the common WordPress paths, and how to protect your login page from Brute Force attacks, it’s time to learn how to hide your website from WordPress theme detectors and hacker’s bots.

Changing the common WordPress paths will not guarantee that the WordPress CMS is completely hidden. The old paths are still accessible and hackers are still able to inject SQL and Javascript into vulnerable installed plugins and themes.

Follow the next four steps, and learn what you need to do to fully protect your website.


Security Check Issues

Website Security Check Report

If WPPlugins founds any security issue, it means that your WordPress CMS is detected and hackers will find these breaches.

If you don’t act NOW, the hacker’s bots will get into your website sooner or later. If they do, they usually remove the website content entirely and steal your database information. The loss and recovery costs can be … oh well … you do the math.

Below you will find more details and solutions for each security breach we found: