Is there any issue with Wordpress on Debian 10? Wordpress keep hanging.


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Oct 3, 2021
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Hello there friends,

I am an Energy engineer and a developer. I usually work with Java, C++, PHP, and CSS to develop websites, or work with themes to design websites like glintylab or aquamacho which are my latest projects.

I know for sure my hosting is also fast. I don't know why I get a pop of "kill the page, or wait" whenever I try to work on WordPress. The laptop is powerful, it never lags, but for some reason it is not responding well with WordPress.

  • I am using paid caching plugins
  • Paid theme (GP-PREMIUM)
  • The laptop is brand new
  • Hosting is also fast
  • Illustrator, and premiere works fine
  • It hangs and becomes slow whenever I work with WordPress, and my laptop gets hot.
Is there something wrong with my laptop or is there any issue with Debian? I don't know why it is happening.

I am facing slow hard drive problem as well.

Can you guys guide me what to do?
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Jun 14, 2019
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Don't take this the wrong way but you should be using Wordpress dev locally using something like Apache. My opinion is that any chink in a webs armoury against attack is too much.

When you have Wordpress running locally then you can harden it and subject it to all possible tests of hacking; then you upload to live

On both your sites i can access your admin login dialogue box , which if i was still using Wordpress personally i would make sure that woudn't happen.

I'm guessing that I could also get a user login name via User enumeration; you can limited brute force attacks by other limitation means but why not go for "belt and braces" security and implement ALL defences ?

if your into coding i wrote a CMS on top of codeigniter4 - its really rough and ready, totally un-sophisticated compared to W.P but :

login page can be hidden
it has a captacha
logins via a sessions are limited to 5 attempts via the php frameword


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May 3, 2022
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Lol, I had exact the same issue on my blog, I resolved the issue by uninstalling the plugins one by one. In my case, it was caching plugin. I advise you disable your caching plugin. Thnks
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