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November 17, 2015

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A well-versed web developer/designer such as you already knows that WordPress is one of the most frequently used free content management systems(CMS). From simple websites to blogs, applications and enterprise websites, WordPress can handle them all with much ease. Thus, it’s not much of a surprise that WordPress powers more than 24% of the web.

WordPress: A Developer’s Paradise

According to internetlivestats, as of 2015, there are more than 3.2 billion internet users and 944 million websites and many more being added every second. In this enormous universe of the internet, the importance of having a secure website is critical. Staysecureonline states that more than 1.5 Million  people fall prey to cyber crime every day, that breaks down to 18 people per second. Cyber criminals use exceedingly effective computer software programs that automatically detect vulnerabilities in your website. Another growing phenomenon in the hacking community is ‘ransomware’. It’s a malware such as computer viruses, worms, trojan horses that encrypts files on your computer, then demands a ransom to unlock all your data.