WordPress, like other open-source content management systems, allows you to enhance your website’s appearance and functionality through custom code and third-party components like plugins and themes. It’s these extensions that allow you to publish content with added functionality for your visitors and facilitate the unique look of your brand.

While the developers who build these extensions often have extensive knowledge of development best practices, security is not always their core competency — and third party components may contain known (or undiscovered) bugs and vulnerabilities that can pose a serious threat to your website.

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