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    12 steps to secure WordPress security

    Step 1 - Update WordPress for the website
    Step 2 - Secure WordPress with "smart" credentials
    Step 3 - Activate 2-Layer WordPress Security
    Step 4 - Turn off PHP Error reporting
    Step 5 - Do not use null WordPress Themes
    Step 6 - Scan WordPress to remove malware from the WordPress website
    Step 7 - Moving the WordPress Website to a more secure hosting
    Step 8 - Archive regularly
    Step 9 - Turn off File Editing
    Step 10 - Delete Unused Themes and Plugins
    Step 11 - Use .htaccess for better security
    Step 12 - Change the WordPress database prefix to prevent SQL injections

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    Thank you so much for the detailed step description!

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