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hardening wordpress

I had positive feedback after posting my article about hardening Joomla!, so I will now focus on the blog-software wordpress.
Here are a couple of tips that you can use to make your wordpress a bit securer.

Change the default name of your administrator login (admin) and choose a strong password for all your accounts. It’s also a good idea to use different login- and author-names, wordpress has also a great user levels.
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Automated testing with Selenium IDE

Automated testing is an extremely useful bug-killing tool for the modern Web developer and a lot of vulnerability in fact are based on bugs.
With Selenium IDE, a free Firefox extension, you can easily record your clicks and inputs in the browser, set tests and replay the records. If a test failed you get a feedback.

I’ll show you an example, to make the power of Selenium clearer.
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