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Which security plugins to use - Claire Walker - 12-18-2013

I have never had any problems with my Wordpress installation, but I guess it might not hurt to do a little extra. Does any one of you have any recomendations?


RE: Which security plugins to use - Senica - 01-30-2014

You can use this plugin: Better WP Security


RE: Which security plugins to use - Scotty - 10-21-2014

I usually dont use security plugins but if I do I use Total Security and WordFence Security.

I alsu use UdraftPlus for backups to Google Drive.


RE: Which security plugins to use - TonyF - 05-28-2015

On all my sites I only use 2 plugins for security and so far they have done quite well for me. I use Wordfence and Limit Login Attempts. On a few of my sites Limit Login gets a pretty good workout. It will lock someone out after so many attempts, then they have to wait a certain amount of time before they are allowed to log back in.


RE: Which security plugins to use - Stephen - 06-01-2015

I got so sick and tired of Wordfence too often blovked MY access to my own site. So I deleted it! Im using Sucuri now.


RE: Which security plugins to use - john.89.oning - 01-16-2016

I also use Wordfence and Limit Login Attempts and for now I am satisfied. But keep them up to date, it's really important.


RE: Which security plugins to use - NeverTheLess - 06-09-2016

I have been using All In One WP Security some months now and so far Im very happy! I did try Wordfence and Sucuri before. Wordfence is good but sometimes too good as I also tried being locked out from my own site! Sucuri worked fine.


RE: Which security plugins to use - Darran22 - 06-11-2016

(12-18-2013, 02:47 AM)Claire Walker Wrote: I have never had any problems with my Wordpress installation, but I guess it might not hurt to do a little extra. Does any one of you have any recomendations?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIkj0zEmAw0


RE: Which security plugins to use - Andrea29 - 06-11-2016

I recently found All In One Security and I love it! It's pretty easy to use and it seems to work :-)