1.Keep WordPress Up to Date Version and Stay Secure from Hacker
WordPress regularly enhances security features through update releases. This Updates give you almost 75% security to your wordpress site as every new version comes
with some security patches. Also plugins and theme files up to date is important to protect your site
2.Use Secure Password for Admin and FTP, cpanel
You should pick secure password for your WordPress login. keep your password at minimum of 8 characters with Combine upper and lowercase characters and numbers, Avoid
using anything that might be easy to guess including your name, birth date and telephone number.
3. Secure with File and Folder Permission
check file permission to files and folders, Set the permission as
All folder permissions should be set to 755. All files permissions should be set to 644.
Hackers can use your .htaccess to redirect to malicious sites from your URL. They may also change the permissions of the .htaccess file to stop newbies from editing
the file. Change the permissions back to 644.