No worries here, Karen. I know from many rounds over the years that you get things done. : )
M. Wilson, Atlanta, GA
“According to survey results we published last year, vulnerable plugins are the top way that attackers gain access to WordPress sites. Reducing your plugin security risk is one of the most important aspects of protecting your site.
There are a number of things you can do to limit the risk of security issues on your site.
Use as Few Plugins as Possible
Every plugin you install on your website increases your “attack surface”. You are running more code, so your odds of having a security vulnerability exploited go up. Every plugin you add to your site also represents another developer you are relying on to keep you safe. That includes writing secure code, responding quickly to vulnerability reports and keeping your best interests in mind.
Only Download Plugins From Reputable Sites
If possible we recommend that you limit your plugin downloads to the official WordPress.org plugin directory. A great team of volunteers manages it, alongside a large community of users and security researchers helping out.”