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  • I’ve been using Pareto Security on all my sites for almost two years now. It does exactly what’s needed and nothing more with zero performance impact. First plugin I install on any new site.

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  • Very brave statements are in the plugin description

    > By the very nature of plugins, no plugin should ever claim to be a Web Application Firewall.

    I run my WAF before WordPress
    although it needs some work to set up.

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by Andrew Nevins. Reason: Removed self promotion
    Plugin Author te_taipo

    (@te_taipo)

    @szepeviktor The proper position of a WAF is to run *before* the webserver, not high in the page execution of the PHP interpreter. I suggest you not worry too much about whether or not your’s is a WAF or where it is placed in the page execution, it won’t for example protect a webserver that has been misconfigured (allows directory traversal for example).

    Configure WAF4Wordpress as a WordPress plugin, it would be a popular.

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