Due to the large number of plugins and null templates, as well as increasing in
Internet hacking and cyber–attacks, maintaining websites has become a very
complicated and difficult task.
We should know that more than 60% of all websites in the world use WordPress,
for example, the blog section of DJKala is WordPress. We recommend using
general website management systems, but…
According to WPscan, most known WordPress security vulnerabilities are related
to non–original and infected WordPress plugins and templates and do not
originate from WordPress itself. According to live internet statistics, more than
70,000 websites are hacked daily due to lack of knowledge in website
In 2017, 4,000 WordPress websites were infected with malware caused by a fake
In 2019–2020, more than 5,000 websites created by easy–to–install, duplicate
plugins were infected with the redirect virus.
But this challenge can be overcome and the complexities can be managed