Website Security Solution

Our security plugin provides the best protection available for your website. Powered by the constantly updated Threat Defense Feed, Firewall stops you from getting hacked. It Scan leverages the same proprietary feed, alerting you quickly in the event your site is compromised. Our Live Traffic view gives you real-time visibility into traffic and hack attempts on your website.

To learn more about the features, below are detailed information:

  • The Web Application Firewall stops you from getting hacked by identifying malicious traffic, blocking attackers before they can access your website. Powered by the Threat Defense Feed, it is automatically updated with new firewall rules that protect you from the latest threats. Even if you are running a vulnerable plugin or theme, Wordfence will protect you from being hacked by blocking attacks based on known and constantly updated attack patterns.
  • It takes just one look at the live login activity on your site to quickly realize how many failed login attempts you receive. Wordfence monitors these and will lock out any attempts to brute-force guess your password or usernames.
  • country blocking is designed to stop an attack, prevent content theft or end malicious activity that originates from a geographic region in less than 1/300,000th of a second. Blocking countries who are regularly creating failed logins, a large number of page not found errors and are clearly engaging in malicious activity is an effective way to protect your site during an attack.
  • Quickly and efficiently dispatch site security threats by blocking entire malicious networks and any human or robot activity that indicates suspicious intentions based on pattern matching and IP ranges.
  • Monitor visits and hack attempts not shown in other analytics packages and see attempts in real time; including where in the world they’re coming from, their IP address, the time of day and time spent on your site.
  • There are many scenarios where it is helpful to see who is logging in and out of your site. If you think that you’ve been hacked you can look to see who has logged in, when they did and where they came from. If you are seeing a huge spike in brute force login attempts, you can use the information to develop a blocking strategy. Visibility into which usernames attackers are using during password guessing attacks alerts you to usernames you may need to change.
  • Monitor visits to your site in real time; including where in the world they’re coming from, their IP address, the time of day and time spent on your site.
  • You will learn more about your visitors using the detailed information to provides about each visitor IP address. Using this information you can decide to let them into your site or block them.