WordPress security is one of the first and foremost concerns of any user. Why? Because due to its popularity and large usage, WordPress is always under greater security threat than other CMSs. It’s not always WordPress’s fault for your website being hacked though. There are many reasons that could lead to this situation.
While carrying out a small survey among WordPress users on what changes they want to see in WordPress this year, I found out that people do have half of their heart wishing for better security in WordPress. Honestly, I didn’t expect this answer since there are lots of WordPress security best practices out there. It really sparks a discussion here: WordPress security still matters.
Why? And do you think there should be more secure WordPress versions in 2015? Are there any other worth-waiting-for changes? Let’s join the discussion. Continue reading