Hey Friends today we are discussing on the topic “How to Install and Setup Wordfence Security in WordPress” so Wordfence is a popular WordPress plugin that helps you tighten the security of your WordPress site and protects it from hacking attempts.

First thing you need to do is install and activate the Word fence Security plugin.

How to Install and Setup Word fence in WordPress

First thing you need to do is install and activate the Word fence Security plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

 

Scanning Your WordPress Site Using Wordfence  

 

Head over to Wordfence » Scan page and then click on ‘Start a Wordfence Scan’ button.

 

Setting up Wordfence Firewall

 

Word fence comes with a website application firewall. This is a PHP based application level firewall. The Word fence firewall offers two levels of protection. The basic level which is enabled by default allows the Word fence  firewall to run as a WordPress plugin.

 

Monitoring and Blocking Suspicious Activity Using Word fence

 

Word fence shows a very useful log of all requests made to your website.

 

Advanced Settings and Tools in Word fence

 

Wordfence is a powerful plugin with lots of useful options. You can visit Wordfence » Options page to review them.

 

Wordfence vs Sucuri – Which One is Better?

 

Now some of you will probably be thinking how Wordfence stacks against Sucuri?

 

Sucuri is another popular website security suite that comes with a website application firewall, malware scanner and removal.

 

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