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The Wordfence Affiliate Program Officially Launches Today

The Wordfence affiliate program is a new way for our most passionate advocates to help their clients, customers, and friends discover peace of mind and secure their user community by installing Wordfence. It’s also a fantastic new way to earn high-paying commissions by genuinely helping people.

Revolutionizing WordPress Bug Bounty and Security: Latest Enhancements to the Wordfence Bug Bounty Program

We are excited to share some updates on our Bug Bounty Program today!

Wordfence Intelligence Weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report (April 22, 2024 to April 28, 2024)

🎉 Did you know we’re running a Bug Bounty Extravaganza again?

Spring into Action! Earn up to $10,000 with our Extended Bug Bounty Program Extravaganza through Memorial Day!

Spring into action and kick-start your spring cleaning with a tech twist!

Wordfence Intelligence Weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report (January 29, 2024 to February 4, 2024)

🎉 Did you know we’re running a Bug Bounty Extravaganza again?

Our Bug Bounty Program Extravaganza is Back and it’s Longer This Time – Earn up to $10,000 for Vulnerabilities in WordPress Software!

At Wordfence our mission is to Secure The Web. WordPress powers over 40% of the Web, and Wordfence secures over 4 million WordPress websites.

PSA: High Severity File Upload Vulnerability in Elementor Patched

On December 6, 2023, the Wordfence team noticed a changelog entry for version 3.18.1 of Elementor, a WordPress plugin installed on nearly 9 million sites.

PSA: Fake CVE-2023-45124 Phishing Scam Tricks Users Into Installing Backdoor Plugin

The Wordfence Threat Intelligence Team has recently been informed of a phishing campaign targeting WordPress users.

Fostering Innovation in Web Security

I’ve always created growth by focusing on free. It started back in 2003 when I launched WorkZoo in London.

Announcing Vulnerability Scanning in Wordfence CLI 2.0.1 “Voodoo Child”

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