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Introducing New Pricing For Wordfence CLI!

We have an exciting announcement today about the Wordfence CLI project. We launched Wordfence CLI at WordCamp US back in August of 2023 with the goal of bringing malware and vulnerability scanning to the command line. We’ve been working closely with our customers since the launch to better understand their needs. As a result, we’ve …
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Introducing Wordfence CLI 3.0.1: Now With Automatic Remediation!

Note: This post refers to Wordfence CLI, the command line tool for operations teams to rapidly scan large numbers of WordPress websites for vulnerabilities and malware, not the Wordfence plugin which is deeply integrated into WordPress and provides additional functionality, like a firewall, two-factor authentication and more.
Wordfence CLI 2.1.0

Wordfence CLI 2.1.0 Adds Email Capability and Unattended Configuration

Note: This post refers to Wordfence CLI, the command line tool for operations teams to rapidly scan large numbers of WordPress websites for vulnerabilities and malware, not the Wordfence plugin which is deeply integrated into WordPress and provides additional functionality, like a firewall, two-factor authentication and more.

Fostering Innovation in Web Security

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Wordfence Intelligence Weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report (October 23, 2023 to October 29, 2023)

Last week, there were 109 vulnerabilities disclosed in 102 WordPress Plugins and no WordPress themes that have been added to the Wordfence Intelligence Vulnerability Database, and there were 37 Vulnerability Researchers that contributed to WordPress Security last week.

Announcing Vulnerability Scanning in Wordfence CLI 2.0.1 “Voodoo Child”

Note:┬áIf you’re a WordPress user, we recommend the Wordfence Security Plugin which provides a robust and complete set of security controls for WordPress websites.