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Just test your website with https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/.
And follow the instructions on bad configuration hints given in the result.
Removed Gallery, changed some pages, deleted some, and writing on a gpg tutorial…
 For those who wonder: I’m planning to update the website to a new version of WordPress and a new theme and I don’t want plugins interfering that. Maybe I’ll activiate the plugins again later.
Assuming you have already configured your partitions on your hard disk, and your hard disk to encrypt is /dev/sda1.
cryptsetup -y -v luksFormat /dev/sda1
cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sda1 somename
mount /dev/mapper/somename /your/chosen/path
— Do your stuff on your mountpoint /your/chosen/path and when you’re done unmount and close that disk with:
cryptsetup luksClose /dev/mapper/somename
What I’ve omitted here is the overwriting of the mapper-device, which is useful when you want to have extra security: usage pattern attack not possible.
You could of course add specific parameters, but the default is just fine for me. Keep in mind chosing some long password on the first stage, special characters and numbers, etc.
Try to reach 20 characters at least.