Tagged: wordfence features
Your plugin looks great! I currently use Bulletproof Security on many websites and I’m wondering if you think you’re plugin would be a replacement or would it compliment it providing additional security that isn’t available in BulletProof? Bulletproof mainly provides security through .htaccess so let me know if your’s handles this as well.
I’ve merged these topics into one since they’re essentially the same question.
This is the current feature list in Wordfence. I would use this to assess whether Wordfence replaces an existing plugin:
Scan integrity of core files against repository versions.
That’s the list for now. More to come as we’re averaging several releases per day now.
Well, I could get a list of features and compare them, but your list does not say “how” you do some of these things. Do you modify or move .htaccess like BulletProof? Also, how does it compare to Better WP Security? I appreciate the you may not have time to do a full comparison, but for those of us who are not web server savy enough to figure this out, perhaps you could give us an overview. If it is the best in the business, then should I assume it does what the others do only better?
Thanks for the help.
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