List of Plugins
Register this plugin at GOTMLS.NET and get access to new definitions of "Known Threats" and added features like Automatic Removal, plus patches for specific security vulnerabilities like old versions of timthumb. Updated definition files can be downloaded automatically within the admin once your Key is registered. Otherwise, this plugin just scans for "Potential Threats" and leaves it up to you to identify and remove the malicious ones.
NOTICE: This plugin make use of a "phone home" feature to check for updates. This is not unlike what WordPress already does with all your plugins. It is an essential part of any worthwhile security plugin and it is here to let you know when there are new plugin and definition update available. If you're allergic to "phone home" scripts then don't use this plugin (or WordPress at all for that matter).
This plugin enables full malware and blacklisting scan capabilities from Sucuri SiteCheck right in your WordPress dashboard. It will check for malware, spam, blacklisting and other security issues like htaccess redirections, hidden eval code, etc. The best thing about it is it's completely free.
You can also scan your site at http://sitecheck.sucuri.net.
Better WP Security takes the best Wordpress security features and techniques and combines them in a single plugin thereby ensuring that as many security holes as possible are patched without having to worry about conflicting features or the possibility of missing anything on your site.
With one-click activation for most features as well as advanced features for experienced users Better WP Security can help protect any site.
Please read the installation instructions and FAQ before installing this plugin. It makes some significant changes to your database and other site files which, without a proper backup, can cause problems if something goes wrong. While problems are rare, most (not all) support requests I get for this plugin involve the users failure to make a proper backup before installing.
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