HTTPCS offers your a complete solution to secure your WordPress website, whether it is a showcase site or an e-commerce website. With a turnkey tool, via a web platform, protect yourself against hacking and data leaks.
Scan of you WordPress site for vulnerabilities
Listing of the corrective measures to apply
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Our HTTPCS solution is fully compatible with a WordPress website. As our experts are aware of the impact of security flaws in CMS, they have developed a tool accessible to everyone and easy to use to protect its website.
Despite multiple themes, plugins and software updates, a vulnerability still may happen quickly! Say goodbye to attacks, it is time to protect your website. Use a proactive approach to get a secured site thanks to HTTPCS SECURITY.
Our complementary solutions also allow you to check in real time your site's availability, the reliability of your content or even to carry out a darknet watch to get immediately notified when you become a target for hackers.
HTTPCS experts have developed a WordPress plugin to facilitate your authentication as the site's owner. Thus, the latter can be analyzed by the vulnerability detection scan.
The "HTTPCS Validation" plugin is available for free in the WordPress marketplace. Once it is installed, simply enter your contact information. Then the module creates a unique identification file in your WordPress site which allows HTTPCS to validate your website.
Being the most widely used CMS in the world, WordPress is frequently targeted by hackers. WordPress is Open Source which means that the community can participate in its development and improvement. When there is a development on the core software, the code is first analyzed by professionals before being published online. However, not all plugins and themes are subject to this type of verification and therefore are potentially vulnerable. Imagine the consequences of a security vulnerability on WordPress : many websites would be affected.
In February 2017, the website owners using the renowned CMS, saw their website attacked by hackers. Following the discovery of a vulnerability in the WordPress REST API version 4.7.2, more than 1.5 million pages were destroyed. This is a large-scale attack as Feedjit (Editor of the Wordfence security plugin) reported having more than 20 different attack signatures. The number of websites affected by this attack is over 40,000, knowing that a website has potentially several pages which can be impacted. An update has been released by WordPress developers to correct this vulnerability. However, as long as the update is not installed, the website will remain vulnerable to attacks.
To prevent from being a victim of an attack on your WordPress site, launch your HTTPCS Vulnerability Scan: