If you think your WordPress sites are safe, think again – and watch this WP Site get HACKED IN SECONDS…
Michael Thomas & Chris Hitman, specialists in IT/security found that 6 TOP Security plugins were TOTALLY INEFFECTIVE against exploits…
When it comes to our homes, most of us are security-conscious, and we take measures to protect ourselves.
Guess what: your website is your home on the web…
…and last year the record number of websites got hacked. They even managed to hack sites with Cloudflare and Cache Running.
Worse still some of the best security plugins were hiding dangerous exploits:
Most WP plugins are written by amateurs without any defensive coding skills“, said the vendors.
THIS IS A HUGE PROBLEM as 92% of WP sites are hacked this way.
3 Most Common Hack Attack Types Explained
EXPLOIT – (92% of direct hack attacks) – a badly written plugin/theme allows a hacker to execute a command/script that gives them control of your site…
FACT – popular security plugins & services DON’T offer any protection against this.
BRUTE FORCE ATTACK – (8% of direct hack attack) – Multiple attempts to guess your username/password & take control of your site
FACT – most popular security plugins & services are good at blocking this attack… but can’t deal with new amplified XMLRPC attacks.
DDOS – (Distributed Denial of Service, or “break the site” hack attack) – this is an attempt to flood your site with requests so your server falls over
FACT – Plugins CAN’T deal with this attack – you would need to use a third party service like Cloudflare or bespoke hardware protection.
In a nutshell: if you run WP sites – you need to act NOW and protect against exploits as you are not covered against the number-one risk to your site, make sure to educate yourself about the the fast-growing threat of cyber-crime.
The best way to protect your site? NONE of our clients’ sites got hacked after putting WP Site Guardian in place. WP Site Guardian is ONLY tool on the market with REAL-TIME intrusion detection, LIVE EXPLOIT ATTACK BLOCKING, plus Intruder Attempt notifications – check it out