I recently installed SecurePress in an attempt to enhance the security on my already very secure WP site. Although the plugin looks good, it really doesn't offer much configuration and the biggest issue is that it thinks that ALL activity on my site is an attack! Quickly my email box started filling up with reports of "attacks", but with a little research I discovered that it was MY IP ADDRESS! So I looked into trying to get support for the issue AND WAS BLOCKED from the plugin developers website. One of the "features" of the plugin is that it shares reported attacks with a central database. Now since my IP was involved in a FALSE POSITIVE attack report, I am being BLOCKED from looking at the support documentation on the developers site. This is so ridiculous it is funny!!! Needless to say I have disabled this plugin and recommend people steer clear until at which time the developer does some rethinking on the whole concept and at least puts the support documentation in an "unprotected" section of their site.