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 ===== Strong Passwords ===== ===== Strong Passwords =====
  
-Always make sure to use strong passwords for any authenticated access. For example, your admin user (which shouldn'​t be named admin, if it is [[https://​codex.wordpress.org/​Hardening_WordPress#​Security_through_obscurity|change it]]!) and your MySQL database passwords. You can see more about secure password generation in our [[https://support.knownhost.com/​Knowledgebase/Article/View/256/23/​how-can-i-generate-a-secure-random-password|How can I generate ... ?]] article. ​+Always make sure to use strong passwords for any authenticated access. For example, your admin user (which shouldn'​t be named admin, if it is [[https://​codex.wordpress.org/​Hardening_WordPress#​Security_through_obscurity|change it]]!) and your MySQL database passwords. You can see more about secure password generation in our [[https://www.knownhost.com/​wiki/security/misc/​how-can-i-generate-a-secure-random-password|How can I generate ... ?]] article. ​
  
 ===== Choosing Plugins for WordPress ===== ===== Choosing Plugins for WordPress =====
cms/wordpress-security-tips.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/16 18:55 by Daniel P.