How to audit your WordPress

Last Revised: October 2, 2021

When we talk about security you have to have a prevention plan to be able to recover the data (through backups and other systems) but you also have to know what has happened to get to that point. At this moment the audit system comes into play.

These audit systems create a record of all changes that occur on the site, when and by whom. In this way we can clearly analyze everyone who enters the administration panel what changes have been made in which areas of the site.

There are several plugins that perform this task, each with more or less configuration and options.

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