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    isischan666
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    hello guys , i had this idea long time ago to build a website but as everyone knows the web is a very scary place you cant be 100 % secure but at least you can protect youself from scipt kiddies and angry people with it knowledge. anyway i believe you guys know the owsap top 10 vuln (sql inj,xss..) i want know how can i protect my website fron this + Ddos attacks and can i hide the wordpress admin page so only me can access it last thing i want to know how can i turn my website into https .. now i know that this is a lot of stuffs means i need more time to learn all this but i got no problem i have all the time in the world that i need so please help me to know what i should learn to get this done
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    rafaelh
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    Run http://www.securityheaders.io on your website, then read up on the results. I probably wouldn’t refer to using WordPress as ‘building your own site’ unless you are customizing it as much as Cybrary is. Keeping WP up to date, and using minimal addons should keep your site fairly secure.

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    Santosh Kaimal
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    Can somebody help list 5 top security measures for web site development

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