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  • Resolved Rui Cruz

    (@ruicruzpt)


    Hello,

    I see that there is no way that php-fpm with PHP 7.1 can be detected to allow the firewall to be on.
    Is there any steps I can do to make it work?

    It suggests Apache + CGI/FastCGI witch is not correct.

    Any hint on the right move here?

    Thanks!

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  • Hi @ruicruzpt,

    Have you tried using the Alternate method?

    Also, just to clarify, the firewall is already on and providing Basic WordPress Protection, the process you’re trying to complete now is the optimization; this will enable the Extended Protection.

    You can lean more about the firewall protection levels here.

    Hello!

    I hope we were successful in helping you resolve your issue with Wordfence! Since we have not heard back from you in the past 2 weeks I will now be marking this support thread as resolved. However, if we still haven’t resolved your issue please reach out to us as we would be more than happy to further assist you!

    Thanks and have a great day!
    Chloe

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