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WordPress Security Plugin

A free and simple, super-fast WordPress security and monitoring plugin

Plugin that protects and scans your site for known malware, vulnerabilities, blacklisting, spam injections and more.

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ThreatPress offers a wide variety of services, such as malware removal, in-depth review of applications at the source code level, WordPress and server security hardening.

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WordPress Vulnerabilities Database

Daily updated database of WordPress plugins, themes and WordPress core vulnerabilities. Our R&D team monitors a large number of sources to add new vulnerabilities to the database on daily basis.

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Remote Website Security Scanner

Analyzes website for known malware, blacklisting status, phishing, injected spam from Google Safe Browsing servers, PhishTank, Malware domain list and Spamhaus ZEN.

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Easy WP SMTP plugin vulnerability threatens 300k WordPress websites

Easy WP SMTP plugin vulnerability threatens 300k WordPress websites

Easy WP SMTP plugin gets a lot of attention these days due to zero-day (0-day) vulnerability disclosed recently. Why it gets so much ...

Coinhive closes – hackers will lose their favorite tool of exploitation

Coinhive closes – hackers will lose their favorite tool of exploitation

Coinhive development team published a blog post about the discontinuation of Coinhive system. Yes, the same Coinhive that we talked about ...

Cyber Kill Chain and how to protect WordPress against all its steps

Cyber Kill Chain and how to protect WordPress against all its steps

Cyber Kill Chain is a term defined by the Lockheed-Martin Corporation scientists to describe the chain of steps needed for intrusion into ...

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