Scan Your Blog With The Free WordPress Security Scan PluginSubmitted by Robert Abela on June 23, 2011 - 8:20 am 30 Comments
WebsiteDefender, an online website security service developed by Acunetix, has taken over the WP Security Scan plugin. Acunetix is the leading web application security company that secures the websites of leading companies worldwide. WebsiteDefender.com monitors your blog and website for malware, hacker activity and security vulnerabilities.
WebsiteDefender plans to improve the WP Security Scan plugin by adding many new security features and to update it regularly. The plugin will always remain FREE and the service will be OPTIONAL – You will be able to use the plugin without having to subscribe to the service.
The WP Security Scan plugin will:
- Scan your WordPress blog for any security vulnerabilities
- Provide easy solutions to web security issues
- Monitor your blog for any Administrator password changes
- Hide which version of WordPress you are using
More than half a million people are already using the WP Security Scan plugin with great success in securing their precious WordPress blog content and visitors. Download the WP Security Scan plugin for free here.
Post any questions or feedback on the WP Security Scan plugin forum.
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