I am considering migrating one of my websites to a WordPress system (I have two other sites running WordPress) from the current CMS that it uses.
However, my current CMS has security modules and features to protect it from DDos attack, SQL Injections and so on (a module called ‘Protector’, by a Japanese developer, GIJOE). What I mean by this is if an attacker launches SQL Injection attack, for example, not only is it sanitised but the module but the IP address is blocked automatically to prevent further attacks.
As far as I can tell, WordPress hasn’t got anything like this, or has it?
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