Best Practices for Enhancing Drupal Security

Data Securty, Cyber Security

Pantheon’s article on Drupal security emphasizes best practices for safeguarding Drupal sites. It highlights Drupal’s 25-point scale for assessing security vulnerabilities and its active, engaged community that continuously tests and strengthens security measures. Key vulnerabilities include Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), authentication bypass, remote code execution, SQL injection, and outdated themes or modules. Best practices include regular updates, strong user account security, use of security modules, secure database management, HTTPS, and regular security audits. Pantheon’s tools, such as automated updates and Web Application Firewall (WAF), further enhance Drupal’s security.

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