Drupal Basic Security

Beginner's basic overview of some Drupal security facets.

This is a basic review of the 7 most overt security settings/configurations for Drupal based websites, although the principles can apply to other CMS websites as well.

Most important is to ensure you start with an up-to-date version. These tips are only for beginning Drupal users, and do not supplant more detailed security options found with your Apache webserver and MySQL database configurations.

This is not an official Drupal.org video.

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