Last year and a half taught us that WordPress security should not be taken lightly by any means. Between 15% and 20% of the planet's high traffic websites are powered by WordPress. The fact that it is an Open Source platform and everyone has access to its Source Code makes it a tempting prey for hackers.
I back my blogs regularly using a plugin WP DB Backup up. I can always restore my website if anything happens. I use WP Security Scan plugin that is free to scan my blog and WordPress Firewall to block suspicious-looking asks to fix hacked wordpress.
No software system is immune to vulnerabilities and bugs. Security holes will be found and bad men will do their best to exploit them. Keeping your software up-to-date is a good way once security holes are found, because their products will be fixed by reliable software sellers.
First in line is creating a smarter password to your account. Passwords must be made with numbers and special characters. You may here combine them and make plus shifted letters. Smarter passwords can be your gateway to zero hackers. Make passwords that are difficult that you can consider.
Now it's time to sign up for a Facebook accounts and use identity to present as your friend and this person's name. Once I get it all set up, I'll be emailing you posing as your friend and asking you to be friends with me on Facebook (or Twitter, or whichever social site).
Software: If you've installed scripts like Wordpress, search Google for'wordpress security'. You'll get tips on how to create your WP blog secure.