51 Tools for Security Analysts

Yesterday at Wordfence we had an “all welcome” technology sharing meeting with the entire company – or at least everyone that was available at the time. The meeting became so popular with our team that we had to upgrade the license we use for our real-time collaboration service to accommodate everyone. It is the largest team meeting […]

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Wordfence Site Cleaning Customer Reviews

In June last year we officially launched the Wordfence site cleaning service. Our senior analysts Brad and Colette had worked hard to put the processes in place we needed to provide an excellent site cleaning service to our customers that was fast, effective and safe. Since then the site cleaning team and the level of […]

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Check if Your Home Router is Vulnerable

At Wordfence, we make a firewall and malware scanner that protects over 2 million WordPress websites. We also monitor attacks on those sites to determine which IPs are attacking them and we block those IPs in real-time through a blacklist. Tuesday morning we published a post showing how 6.7% of all attacks we see on […]

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The March 2017 WordPress Attack Report

Today we are releasing the WordPress Attack Report for March, 2017. You can also find the following previous attack reports on our blog: December 2016, January 2017 and February 2017. This report contains the top 25 attacking IPs for the month of March and their details. It also includes charts of brute force attack activity […]

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Master MailChimp in under 30 Minutes

When you’re building your website, you’ll soon come across the dilemma to figure out what the best tool is to use for email marketing.  If you’re just starting out in your online business, the free MailChimp plan is a fantastic tool to start building your mailing list.  As long as you stay below 2,000 subscribers and 12,000 […]

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