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Best WordPress Security Plugins

WordPress is used by hyndreds of thousands of people all around the world. But because of its popularity, it’s getting more attention by hackers and spammers. According to Forbes 30,000 websites are hacked a day and more than 60% of the causes come from the weak websites.  It is vital to take all the necessary measures to make sure that you are protected from hackers and viruses.

In this post, we will share 20 important and powerful WordPress security plugins for 2015.

1. Login Ninja

This plugin protect login & register forms with captcha , automatically ban IPs that brute-force attack, give you a detailed log of all login-related activities, redirect users based on roles and usernames, get email notifications for all login events, protect site from brute-force login attacks, stop bots from registering manually ban any IP native and easy to use with WP.

2. Hide My WP

We all love WordPress, but in most cases we prefer to hide the fact that we are using a blogging platform for our entire business. From other side every day a couple of new security bugs found in plugins, themes and WordPress itself. This plugin not only boosts our security but it also allows us to have more beautiful URLs and permalinks!

3. Subscribe to Unlock Content

It’s a plugin that allows locking important content on your WordPress website and displaying it for subscribed users only.

4. BBQ Block Bad Queries

Block Bad Queries (BBQ) is a simple script that protects your website against malicious URL requests. BBQ checks all incoming traffic and quietly blocks bad requests. This is a simple yet solid solution that works great for sites where .htaccess is not available.  The BBQ script is available as a plugin for WordPress or standalone script for any PHP-powered website.

5. Security Ninja Lite

The Security Ninja Lite is really works like Ninja because it checks your WordPress blog against security vulnerabilities on one click action and gets info on many security aspects from your WP core installations.

Source: TemplateMonster

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