With SECURE you'll have all the information you need to protect your WordPress sites from hackers.
SECURE is a WordPress plugin that identifies security problems in your website and helps you lock down your WordPress installation in three simple steps. The plugin covers most of the hardening tips of the WordPress Security Codex and includes a lot of additional security checks. It was designed to clearly show at a single glance what security problems exist in your website and to provide you with all the information needed to understand these issues and eliminate them.
The free SECURE plugin will also show you vulnerabilities that have been made public 30 days ago or longer. As a SECURE pro user you get immediate access to the most up-to-date security issues put your site at risk.
MVIS stands for Managed Vulnerability Information Service and is an enterprise grade service provided for our customers around the world. Our security experts gather all security vulnerabilities that are disclosed publicly (more than 7000 each year!), pre-filter them to eliminate false positives and thoroughly analyse them for validity, criticality, impact and other relevant criteria. This information is stored in our central database and allows us to give you detailed information about security vulnerabilities in a given software version.
As a paying user you get access to SEC Consult's Managed Vulnerability Information Service (MVIS) that was specifically created for WordPress. We have an international team in 3 time zones that monitor all incoming vulnerabilities for WordPress. As soon as any new security issue is identified that affects your unique site you will receive a security alert per e-mail. This way you can react immediately and don't give attackers a chance to exploit these flaws in your website.
Yes it does. Currently no known issues exist for WordPress installations on Windows and for Multisite installations. If you have a WordPress set up on Windows or a Multisite, it would be great if you can give some feedback.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2013-12-16
0 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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