Our Safe Guard Pro for WordPress, the most flexible unique powerful security solution.
Read below to see why you need this product and how it will help protect your online presence.
Protection against injection based attacks
Injection-based attacks, for example MySQL injections and XSS attacks are highly dangerous and can be used to take over your site. Furthermore, XSS attacks are on the rise, and even top selling products are now affected. However, SafeGuard Pro can easily protect your website against MySQL injections and XSS attacks.
Protection against bruteforce attacks
Brute-force attacks are most commonly used to find out access data, for example your password. In many cases, the attack involves using a very long list of commonly used passwords and software that tries them all out until one works. As you might expect, SafeGuard Pro can protect you against such brute-force attacks.
Protection against proxies and VPNs
Proxies and VPNs are undoubtedly great, especially in these current times where government institutions have been caught investing billions of dollars in data spying. However, proxies and VPNs can also be used by some to perform unwanted or even illegal operations and so sometimes there is a need to block them. Hence, SafeGuard Pro can block proxies and VPN.
Protection against mass requests
Mass requests, also known as DOS (denial of service) attacks, have the goal to render your website unavailable by flooding it with a high amount of requests until it buckles under the demand pressure and goes down. However, once again, SafeGuard Pro has you covered and is able to block basic DOS and DDos attacks.
Protection against spammers
If users are able to post comments on your website or blog, you may have experienced spammers posting automated comments to advertise. Using CAPTCHA could prevent this but often genuine posters are put off by having to use CAPTCHA too. Luckily, SafeGuard Pro can protect you unobtrusively by linking to the biggest industry database to block known spamming and abusive addresses.
Highly detailed logs
Once you have successfully blocked unwanted threats, you might like to know something about the threats and attacks. When did it happen? Where did they come from? What exactly were they doing? These are some of the many questions that you might have that perhaps we can answer as SafeGuard Pro provides you with many details on the attack, such as the country, city, IP, operating system used, etc.
Extensive banning features
Sometimes you might need to exclude a whole country or even a particular ISP, instead of just an individual IP address. SafeGuard Pro for WordPress includes this capability and allows you to ban or exclude specific IPs and whole countries as well as ISPs.
Hide the WordPress login
There are millions of sites online that use WordPress as a blogging platform. These blogs usually operate on open access and rarely require a login for end users. It is therefore a good idea to hide the login, except for the admin(s), to make it harder for unauthorized persons to get into the admin system. To enable this, we allow you to specify a hidden key that needs to be entered in order to access the admin panel.
Hide the WordPress admin area
There have been many cases in the past where attackers have used security holes inside the WordPress admin directory to gain access into the system. However, there is no reason for an end user to access the /wp-admin directory, and therefore, SafeGuard Pro for WordPress allows you to block everyone, except for logged-in admins, from accessing this directory. Another very important layer of protection.
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