An introduction to Plesk Security Course: Part 2 [Video]

An introduction to Plesk Security Course: Part 2 [Video]

Our all-new Plesk Security Course is just a couple of weeks old and keeps making waves among our Pleskian friends. More and more of our users are learning how to become as secured as they can be while using Plesk. You can find all you need to know about this course in our Plesk University catalogue and give it a whirl – for free!

Meet the Security Advisor

In the meantime, we wanted to share a little extension that can spare you from being one of 37,000 websites hacked daily. Meet our Security Advisor. In part 2 of our security video series, you’ll see how this handy Plesk extension can boost performance. And more importantly, fortify your website in a single click.

Video: 45 seconds

What’s Going on in this Video

The Security Advisor Extension comes pre-installed with your Plesk control panel and is available right from the Home screen. You’ll get 3 tabs to manage: Domains, WordPress and System.

  1. First, you’ll see how Security Advisor helps you protect all of your website domains with Let’s Encrypt! SSL certificates. All this with a click of a button.
  2. We’ll show you how to switch your WordPress websites to HTTPS. But note that if WordPress was installed by means of WordPress Toolkit, they’re already switched to HTTPS.
  3. The System tab advises you to allow server protections – enable HTTPS/2 and protect Plesk control panel itself with a Let’s Encrypt! certificate. Also, installing third-party security extensions.

In the end, you’ll be protecting Plesk and all your website domain using the same helpful extension – the Security Advisor.

Security Advisor Key Features

  • One-click SSL
  • One-click HTTP/2
  • HTTPS for WordPress
  • Centralized security management

Nowadays, HTTPS is essential for any website. When you turn HTTP/2 on, you can improve your page-response-times by 10%. So make all your sites and apps secure with this free Plesk extension. Then have a look at our Plesk Security course below for more ways to up your security.

Preview Security Course

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