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Email verification

Some features in Really Simple SSL rely on the ability to send emails to a website administrator. To make sure these e-mail messages reach the intended recipient an e-mail verification function is included under “Settings -> General”. During activation of the plugin a verification email

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W3 Total Cache and Security Headers

Disk: Enhanced mode blocks security headers If you are using W3 Total Cache in “Disk: Enhanced” mode, setting security headers in Really Simple SSL will not work correctly. Really Simple SSL sets security headers using PHP and the “Disk: Enhanced” mode in W3 Total Cache

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Rogue admin protection for WordPress

To protect your website against the creation of rogue admins, simply enable the “Restrict creation of administrators” setting under advanced hardening in Really Simple SSL Pro.

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Implementing Content Security Policy (CSP) on WordPress

Implementing a Content Security Policy is an essential way to protect your website from common attacks. What is Content Security Policy  Content Security Policy enhances the security of web applications, reduces the attack surface, and protects users from various forms of web-based attacks such as

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Installing an SSL certificate on Site5 does not support free LetsEncrypt certificates and only offers paid SSL certificates with their hosting plans. This means you do not use the Really Simple SSL wizard to install an SSL certificate on your website. Really Simple SSL will still assist you in making

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How to protect your WordPress account

According to Forbes, at least 30.000 websites are hacked daily, with a WordPress market share of 40%, which means at least 12.000 WordPress sites get compromised daily. The two leading causes of these hacks are vulnerable software and compromised accounts. Source Ensuring you are always

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