24/7 WordPress Security Service.WP Buffs handles WordPress website maintenance and management support services for serious … “their last big project was moving all the sites over to HTTPS
Your backups are saved daily on their secure cloud storage using Amazon S3 infrastructure. If anything happens, they have your core files and database stored remotely for easy access and 1-click back-up.
they do a full manual audit of admin user names to make sure it’s nearly impossible for a bot to gain access through a brute force attack. they’ll also require all new users to use strong passwords instead of weak ones.
Your website is automatically scanned daily for known and new malware, any form of malicious code and potential backdoors. If our scans find anything, the team will repair any files altered by hackers immediately.
they’ll support the installation of an SSL certificate. Your URL will start with https, all the data on your site will be encrypted and your visitors will feel secure.
their team secures your database from SQL injection attacks, which add unwelcome content through the DB. This is a common website attack that we simply won’t tolerate.
they monitor websites for hack attempts in real-time, meaning they can respond to any security issues immediately and tighten security as needed based on the individual threat level.
they change your login URL, force strong passwords, set up a firewall and activate automated IP blocking so nobody can force their way into your site.
Implementing a firewall is one of the best ways to keep hackers and spammers at bay. This includes effective blocking options to keep suspicious traffic away from your site.
they’ll implement intelligent network blocking to prevent traffic from specific locations. If someone tries to access your dashboard or files more than once, they’ll lock out their IP address.
Weekly reports provide full transparency into updates, uptime, backups, traffic, security and performance.
If you want, they’ll change your WordPress dashboard login URL from /wp-admin to /your-own-url. That way bots and hackers can’t find your login page so easily.
Some malicious code can fake out security systems by simulating real Googlebots. their protection system knows the difference and won’t let them crawl your website.
they’ll clean out junk comments on a daily basis and keep your website and dashboard uncluttered. It also optimizes your database for speed and SEO.
they scan core, theme, and plugin files weekly to ensure the files match the originals in the WordPress repository.
they scan your website daily for any DNS changes that occur. This could potentially cause website downtime, so they monitor it regularly.
Any plugins that aren’t up-to-date can act as potential backdoors, even when disabled. they review the plugins you’re using regularly and remove those you’re not actively using.
they double check all your plugins and themes to make sure they’re from a secure and trusted source. Everything on your website should be authenticated by wordpress.org.
they adjust file permissions so only designated people who you know and trust can add to your files. That means no content where you don’t want it and no malicious code.
If you want an added layer of security for your WordPress dashboard, they’ll implement 2FA. This means you’ll need a code sent to your mobile device to log in.
they’ll implement a set of random variables that improve encryption of information stored in your users’ cookies. Simply put, this makes it even harder to crack your password.
they scan your website daily for any links sending visitors to suspicious content or broken pages. they’ll make appropriate adjustments and change the link to point wherever you want.