As WordPress continues to grow in popularity, so does its library. New and experienced developers are creating themes and plugins – which creates diverse directories. While this is useful to the WordPress community, the nature of mass creation can account for coding errors and vulnerabilities. Even premium themes have security issues. We often find code that is developed with good intentions but without taking security measures into consideration. For that reason, many people often wonder if their site is hacked when they begin receiving complaints from their users.