One of the first things you do when you set up a WordPress site is work on the colors, font, design, and look. Then it's time to add text and data. But what about WordPress security? Don't allow the fun of setting up a site distract you from the objective of protecting the information you're putting online.
Security plugins can be purchased by you . There are safety plugins out there that guarantees optimum security for your blog. One is called secure your wordpress site Scan. The system is continuously scanned by this plugin for improving the security. Additionally, it updates the safety so that the system can not be penetrated by hackers.
The one I recommend, and the approach, is to use one of the generation and storage plugins available for your browser. I think after a free trial period, you need to pay for it, although RoboForm is liked by many people. I use the free version of Lastpass, and I recommend it for those who use Firefox or Internet Explorer. That will generate passwords for you.
You should also place the"Anyone Can Register" in Settings/General to off, and you should have some sort of spam plugin. Akismet is the old standby, the one I use, but there are many of useful site them these days.
In addition to adding a secret key to your wp-config.php document, also think about changing your user password into something that's strong and unique. A good idea is to avoid common phrases, use letters, and include numbers, although wordPress will tell you the strength of your password. It's also a good idea to change your password frequently - say once.
Of course you can install more plugins to make your shop more user friendly like share buttons or backup plugin. That's all. Your store is up and running!