I’ve mentioned before that Incapsula is a part of my security toolkit with my WordPress sites, but it’s now even better.
As mentioned in the previous post on WordPress security, I have been using WordFence as part of my security phalanx. As it turns out, this might not be a good idea for everyone.
I’ve been using Incapsula, WordFence, and a strong password to help secure my WordPress installs, but I just came across LastPass, which really puts the icing on the cake. The executive summary is that I create a strong username and password, and let LastPass remember them for logging in. Here are the steps:
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