If you have a WordPress website, you may be especially vulnerable to attacks by hackers.
Out of several million websites hacked in one year, almost 75% of those sites were based on WordPress operating platforms. This is by no means surprising, because of the massive number of WordPress-based websites that is in existence. Furthermore, each and every plugin that is installed is a potential access point for hackers and cyber criminals to gain unwanted entrance.
So if you have a WordPress website, it is vital that you get SSL installed at your very earliest opportunity, but preferably as soon as possible. You certainly would want to protect yourself, your website and your customers from the potential devastation which can be caused by any hackers who might decide to target your site with malicious intentions.
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Wordpress Pushes for Greater Security
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On December 1, 2016, Matt Mullenweg (the esteemed developer of WordPress) announced that WordPress is pushing for much greater security measures for WordPress sites.
WordPress will also be limiting some of the most critical features (such as API authentication) to only those websites that have implemented anSSL Certificate, which lends the "https" protocol to their sites, as opposed to only "http".
It only makes absolute sense to implement SSL immediately, so that you can have the greatest possible competitive advantage available to you as you try to increase your customer base and make more sales.
WordPress has also stopped promoting all their hosting partners unless they automatically issue an SSL Certificate to all their users by default. This is indeed a growing development that has caught many website owners by surprise.
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