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  1. What you'll learn WordPress Core Architecture How to find Vulnerabilities in WordPress Sites How Hacker Exploit Vulnerabilities in WordPress How to Increase Security of WordPress Sites How to Defend Against WordPress Attacks This course includes: 1.5 hours on-demand video 14 downloadable resources Full lifetime access Access on mobile and TV Certificate of completion Requirements Basic Ethical Hacking Knowledge Basic knowledge of websites and web applications Knowledge of PHP Language Description Did you know that more than 30% of websites on internet are based on WordPress and more than 42% of online shopping sites are using WordPress as E-commerce solution. WordPress is robust and powerful open source website creation tool. In this course we are going to see the vulnerabilities in WordPress based sites We will start this course by looking into the core architecture of WordPress like How WordPress works? How themes work in WordPress? What are plugins and how to create plugins? Then will looking into information gathering phase of WordPress. We will see how to do version detection and how to gather user information. We will also try to find vulnerabilities in WordPress themes and plugins. After that we will see how to exploit these vulnerabilities and gain access to WordPress site. We will also try and gain access to complete server using WordPress site. Then Will see how to write malware code and exploit WordPress site on different levels. After looking into WordPress vulnerabilities we will see how to secure WordPress sites. We will provide you step by step information to secure your new WordPress site as well as existing WordPress sites. Who this course is for: Web developers interested in WordPress Security Ethical Hackers who wants to learn about WordPress Security People who wants to Secure their own or company WordPress site [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. HawkScan Security Tool for Reconnaissance and Information Gathering on a website. (python 2.x & 3.x) This script uses “WafW00f” to detect the WAF in the first step. This script uses “Sublist3r” to scan subdomains. This script uses “waybacktool” to check in the waybackmachine. Features URL fuzzing and dir/file detection Test backup/old file on all the files found (index.php.bak, index.php~ …) Check header information Check DNS information Check whois information User-agent random or personal Extract files Keep a trace of the scan Check @mail in the website and check if @mails leaked CMS detection + version and vulns Subdomain Checker Backup system (if the script stopped, it take again in the same place) WAF detection Add personal prefix Auto-update script Auto or personal output of scan (scan.txt) Check Github Recursive dir/file Scan with an authentication cookie Option –profil to pass profil page during the scan HTML report Work it with py2 and py3 Add option rate-limit if the app is unstable (–timesleep) Check-in waybackmachine Response error to WAF Check if DataBase firebaseio exist and accessible Automatic threads depending on the response to a website (and reconfig if WAF detected too many times). Max: 30 Search S3 buckets in source code page Testing bypass of waf if detected Testing if it’s possible scanning with “localhost” host Changelog v1.7 Added: Function “check_backup_domain” added, test before start “domain.zip/rar etc..” Added: New option (-ffs) to force the first step of scan during the first running (waf, vhosts, wayback etc…) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. Gaidaros Gaidaros is designed to be a fast and simple open-source vulnerability security scanner and penetration testing tool concentrating on Apache Web Server. The tool follows the rule of pentesting checklist that automates the process of detecting and exploiting the target Web Server and its Web Applications’ vulnerabilities, also helps minimizing the time and effort of anyone looking forward to pentest a particular Web Server, and finally providing well-designed afterward reports. It comes with a powerful detection engine, numerous niche features for the ultimate penetration tester. Gaidaros specializes in the Reconnaissance Phase with the help of OSINT Framework and gets the most out of it. This tool, by any means, is not recommended to be a replacement for pentesters, it can only be recommended to be used as a versatile quick scanner and a helpful time-saver. All you need is the target url, and you are ready to go. Features Full Reconnaissance Apache Vuln Scanner Common Web Application Vuln Scanner OWASP Scanner Post-scan Reporting [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. Protection against your greatest online foes Avast Premium Security protects against all online threats including spoofed websites and ransomware. Security that’s tailored to fit your needs Custom features for PC, Mac, Android, and iPhone/iPad secure your devices where it’s needed most. Single- and Multi-Device options let you choose the protection that works best for you. “Up to 10 devices” means you can share your security with every one of your devices or everyone closest to you. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. itsMe

    WP Cerber Security PRO v8.8

    Take your website security to the Next Level Cerber Security vigorously defends WordPress against hacker attacks, spam, and malware. Blazingly fast and reliable by design. Blocks malicious activity before it harms your data A stack of sophisticated inspection algorithms screen incoming requests for malicious code patterns and traffic anomalies. Bot detection engine identifies and mitigates automated attacks. Mitigates brute force and code injection attacks Restricts access with GEO country rules Prevents both REST API and ordinary user enumerations Restricts access to REST API and XML-RPC Uses a global list of IP addresses known for malicious activity [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. WP-Hide Explained The convenient way to hide your WordPress from being visible through the code. A huge improvement over Site Security since hackers web scanners will not find any WordPress trace on your site. Over 99,99% of sites hacks are focused attacks on specific plugins and themes vulnerabilities. Since no WordPress plugins and themes are found anymore, no hack occur even if site using exploitable code. Provide a clean method for removing any WordPress fingerprints including themes and plugins. No negative impact on SEO at all ! Used wisely, specific SEO aspects can be improved. WP HIDE PRO now available! The plugin not only allow to change default urls of you WordPress, but it hide/block defaults! All other similar plugins just change the slugs, but the defaults are still accessible, obviously revealing the WordPress. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. Hide My WP is the number one security plugin for WordPress. It hides your WordPress from attackers, spammers and theme detectors. Over 26,000 satisfied customers use Hide My WP. It also hides your wp login URL and renames admin URL. It detects and blocks XSS, SQL Injection type of security attacks on your WordPress website. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. HawkScan Security Tool for Reconnaissance and Information Gathering on a website. (python 2.x & 3.x) This script uses “WafW00f” to detect the WAF in the first step. This script uses “Sublist3r” to scan subdomains. This script uses “waybacktool” to check in waybackmachine. Features URL fuzzing and dir/file detection Test backup/old file on all the files found (index.php.bak, index.php~ …) Check header information Check DNS information Check whois information User-agent random or personal Extract files Keep a trace of the scan Check @mail in the website and check if @mails leaked CMS detection + version and vulns Subdomain Checker Backup system (if the script stopped, it take again in the same place) WAF detection Add personal prefix Auto-update script Auto or personal output of scan (scan.txt) Check Github Recursive dir/file Scan with an authentication cookie Option –profil to pass profil page during the scan HTML report Work it with py2 and py3 Add option rate-limit if the app is unstable (–timesleep) Check-in waybackmachine Response error to WAF Check if DataBase firebaseio exist and accessible Automatic threads depending on the response to a website (and reconfig if WAF detected too many times). Max: 30 Search S3 buckets in source code page Testing bypass of waf if detected Testing if it’s possible scanning with “localhost” host Changelog v1.6.7 Add: Option –auth for HTTP authentification. Exemple –auth admin:admin Fixed: Bugs [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. Learn to use C#'s powerful set of core libraries to automate tedious yet important tasks like performing vulnerability scans, malware analysis, and incident response. With some help from Mono, you can write your own practical security tools that will run on Mac, Linux, and even mobile devices. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. What you'll learn Basics of Web Security Background knowledge of HTTP, SSL and other basic topics Methods which hacker uses to exploit websites Requirements Basic knowledge of computer is required Description Welcome to the course on "Web Security and Web Hacking for Beginners". This course is designed for beginners who wants to start their journey in web security and web hacking. You will start with no hands on experience in web security and by end of this course you will have deeper understanding of web security. You will also be able to design new applications with security in mind, significantly lowering the risk and cost associated with deploying new applications. This course if for anyone who wants to Hunt down web, security professional, Developer, Ethical Hacker, Penetration Tester. The course has both practical and theory session. The practical session includes how you can start with the penetration testing of the websites. For that we use Kali Linux and DVWA as our environment. If you already have knowledge of basics of web security and basic attacks then I would recommend you to take our course on OWASP or advanced version of Web security course. Udemy gives 30 days money guarantee, so if you are not satisfied with the course then you will get full refund of your course. There are hundreds of courses out there, so why take this course? This course is basically designed by taking into account that you don't have idea about web security and you want to learn basic concept and then directly jump into action. Concepts like URL, HTTP, HTTPs etc. are explained to make student comfortable with the concept that we are going to use and then jump directly to action content like SQL injection, XSS, DDoS, etc. We want to make sure that you learn basics at the same time you don't miss action while learning basics. What if I didn't understood any part of the course? If you didn't understood any part of the course then directly write it to the instructor. They will make sure to explain you that part and at the same time if required then they will upload any more videos which can help to clear of the doubts. I need mentors on the web security, do instructor provide that? Anyone who takes this course can also get the mentorship access from the instructor which will help you to clear of your doubts about your career in security field or explore other dimensions. I have some additional question, not mentioned in the above question section. We love dogs and cats but certainly we don't bite. So feel free to ask any question you like even if you think that is the dumbest question you can think of. Who this course is for: Anyone wants to start career in web security Developers who wants to have understanding of web security Entrepreneurs who wants to save their online assets [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. Security Tool for Reconnaissance and Information Gathering on a website. (python 2.x & 3.x) This script uses “WafW00f” to detect the WAF in the first step. This script uses “Sublist3r” to scan subdomains. This script uses “waybacktool” to check in waybackmachine. Features URL fuzzing and dir/file detection Test backup/old file on all the files found (index.php.bak, index.php~ …) Check header information Check DNS information Check whois information User-agent random or personal Extract files Keep a trace of the scan Check @mail in the website and check if @mails leaked CMS detection + version and vulns Subdomain Checker Backup system (if the script stopped, it take again in the same place) WAF detection Add personal prefix Auto-update script Auto or personal output of scan (scan.txt) Check Github Recursive dir/file Scan with an authentication cookie Option –profil to pass profil page during the scan HTML report Work it with py2 and py3 Add option rate-limit if the app is unstable (–timesleep) Check-in waybackmachine Response error to WAF Check if DataBase firebaseio exist and accessible Automatic threads depending on the response to a website (and reconfig if WAF detected too many times). Max: 30 Search S3 buckets in source code page Testing bypass of waf if detected Testing if it’s possible scanning with “localhost” host Changelog v1.6.6 Faster Updated: Less FP with bypass forbidden function Updated: Less errors in principal script Updated: Little modifications in report Fixed: Style and system bugs Added: Auto resize relative to window [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. Security Onion 2.3.21 - Linux distro for intrusion detection, enterprise security monitoring, and log management Security Onion is a free and open source Linux distribution for intrusion detection, enterprise security monitoring, and log management. It includes Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana, Snort, Suricata, Bro, OSSEC, Sguil, Squert, NetworkMiner, and many other security tools. The easy-to-use Setup wizard allows you to build an army of distributed sensors for your enterprise in minutes! Below are several diagrams to represent the current architecture and deployment scenarios for Security Onion on the Elastic Stack. Core Components Logstash – Parse and format logs. Elasticsearch – Ingest and index logs. Kibana – Visualize ingested log data. Auxiliary Components Curator – Manage indices through scheduled maintenance. ElastAlert – Query Elasticsearch and alert on user-defined anomalous behavior or other interesting bits of information. FreqServer -Detect DGAs and find random file names, script names, process names, service names, workstation names, TLS certificate subjects and issuer subjects, etc. DomainStats – Get additional info about a domain by providing additional context, such as creation time, age, reputation, etc. Changelog v2.3.21 soup has been refactored. You will need to run it a few times to get all the changes properly. We are working on making this even easier for future releases. soup now has awareness of Elastic Features and now downloads the appropriate Docker containers. The Sensors interface has been renamed to Grid. This interface now includes all Security Onion nodes. Grid interface now includes the status of the node. The status currently shows either Online (blue) or Offline (orange). If a node does not check-in on time then it will be marked as Offline. Grid interface now includes the IP and Role of each node in the grid. Grid interface includes a new Filter search input to filter the visible list of grid nodes to a desired subset. As an example, typing in “sensor” will hide all nodes except those that behave as a sensor. The Grid description field can now be customized via the local minion pillar file for each node. SOC will now draw attention to an unhealthy situation within the grid or with the connection between the user’s browser and the manager node. For example, when the Grid has at least one Offline node the SOC interface will show an exclamation mark in front of the browser tab’s title and an exclamation mark next to the Grid menu option in SOC. Additionally, the favicon will show an orange marker in the top-right corner (dynamic favicons not supported in Safari). Additionally, if the user’s web browser is unable to communicate with the manager the unhealth indicators appear along with a message at the top of SOC that states there is a connection problem. Docker has been upgraded to the latest version. Docker should be more reliable now as Salt is now managing daemon.json. You can now install Elastic in a traditional cluster. When setting up the manager select Advanced and follow the prompts. Replicas are controlled in global.sls. You can now use Hot and Warm routing with Elastic in a traditional cluster. You can change the box.type in the minion’s sls file. You will need to create a curator job to re-tag the indexes based on your criteria. Telegraf has been updated to version 1.16.3. Grafana has been updated to 7.3.4 to resolve some XSS vulnerabilities. Grafana graphs have been changed to graphs vs guages so alerting can be set up. Grafana is now completely pillarized, allowing users to customize alerts and making it customizable for email, Slack, etc. See the docs here: [Hidden Content] Yara rules now should properly install on non-airgap installs. Previously, users had to wait for an automated job to place them in the correct location. Strelka backend will not stop itself any more. Previously, its behavior was to shut itself down after fifteen minutes and wait for Salt to restart it to look for work before shutting down again. Strelka daily rule updates are now logged to /nsm/strelka/log/yara-update.log Several changes to the setup script to improve install reliability. Airgap now supports the import node type. Custom Zeek file extraction values in the pillar now work properly. TheHive has been updated to support Elastic 7. Cortex image now includes whois package to correct an issue with the CERTatPassiveDNS analyzer. Hunt and Alert quick action menu has been refactored into submenus. New clipboard quick actions now allow for copying fields or entire events to the clipboard. PCAP Add Job form now retains previous job details for quickly adding additional jobs. A new Clear button now exists at the bottom of this form to clear out these fields and forget the previous job details. PCAP Add Job form now allows users to perform arbitrary PCAP lookups of imported PCAP data (data imported via the so-import-pcap script). Downloads page now allows direct download of Wazuh agents for Linux, Mac, and Windows from the manager, and shows the version of Wazuh and Elastic installed with Security Onion. PCAP job interface now shows additional job filter criteria when expanding the job filter details. Upgraded authentication backend to Kratos 0.5.5. SOC tables with the “Rows per Page” dropdown no longer show truncated page counts. Several Hunt errors are now more descriptive, particularly those around malformed queries. SOC Error banner has been improved to avoid showing raw HTML syntax, making connection and server-side errors more readable. Hunt and Alerts interfaces will now allow pivoting to PCAP from a group of results if the grouped results contain a network.community_id field. New “Correlate” quick action will pivot to a new Hunt search for all events that can be correlated by at least one of various event IDs. Fixed bug that caused some Hunt queries to not group correctly without a .keyword suffix. This has been corrected so that the .keyword suffix is no longer necessary on those groupby terms. Fixed issue where PCAP interface loses formatting and color coding when opening multiple PCAP tabs. Alerts interface now has a Refresh button that allows users to refresh the current alerts view without refreshing the entire SOC application. Hunt and Alerts interfaces now have an auto-refresh dropdown that will automatically refresh the current view at the selected frequency. The so-elastalert-test script has been refactored to work with Security Onion 2.3. The included Logstash image now includes Kafka plugins. Wazuh agent registration process has been improved to support slower hardware and networks. An Elasticsearch ingest pipeline has been added for suricata.ftp_data. Elasticsearch’s indices.query.bool.max_clause_count value has been increased to accommodate a slightly larger number of fields (1024 -> 1500) when querying using a wildcard. On nodes being added to an existing grid, setup will compare the version currently being installed to the manager (>=2.3.20), pull the correct Security Onion version from the manager if there is a mismatch, and run that version. Setup will gather any errors found during a failed install into /root/errors.log for easy copy/paste and debugging. Selecting Suricata as the metadata engine no longer results in the install failing. so-rule-update now accepts arguments to idstools. For example, so-rule-update -f will force idstools to pull rules, ignoring the default 15-minute pull limit. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. What you'll learn Complete package of Cyber Security, Ethical hacking and Penetration Testing , OSINT, Steganography, Kali Linux, Forensics Bug Bounty Hunting, Web Application Penetration Testing, Website Hacking Attacks, Password Cracking, Metasploit Mastery Over Darknet & Deep web, Browse Darknet, Secrets to Be Invisible & Purchase products, Anonymous call Consists Quality Unlimited video resources : Never Ending course. New video will be added on every regular interval. Learn Basics of Kali Linux : Hackers operating system. Open Source Intelligence : Information gathering tools and techniques. Google Hacking Database and Google Dorks. Gain Better Control Over Any Windows 7,8,10 Computer Systems. Virus, Worm, Trojan, Keylogger & Backdoor. Advance Phishing & Social Engineering Methods. Ethical Hacking using Kali Linux. Learn Linux Commands and How To Interact With The Terminal Password Cracking : Dictionary, Bruteforce, Rainbow Table Attack. Steganography : Hiding secret message in photo. Different Types Of Web Application Attacks and Web Application Hacking Methodology. Hacking The Hackers : Cyber Crime Investigation and Forensics investigation. Creating Undetectable Malware and Viruses. Various Types Of Footprinting, Footprinting Tools And Countermeasures. System Hacking Methodology And Covering Tracks. Various Types Of Penetration Testing, Security Audit and Vulnerability Assessment. Metasploit Extreme on Kali Linux. SQL Injection Attacks Requirements Curiosity of Learning is main key to go ahead. Passion for becoming a Cyber Security expert or Ethical Hacker. Basics of Computer and Internet. No programming skills are required, we will start from scratch. Description Are you eager to learn Ethical Hacking and want to be a profound Cyber Security Expert? If your answer is YES, then this course is only for you. I specially framed this course to Transform Your Life from what you are today to what you actually want to be. Have you ever wondered exactly how hackers Hack? Have you been looking for a course that teaches you all the basics to Advance of both information and cyber security in a fun relaxed manner? If so then this course absolutely perfect for you. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. What you'll learn An advanced practical skillset in defeating all online threats - advanced hackers, trackers, malware and all Internet nastiness including mitigating government spying and mass surveillance. Start a career in cyber security. Become a cyber security specialist. The very latest up-to-date information and methods. We cover operating system security, privacy, and patching - On Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, MacOS and Linux. Explore the threat landscape - Darknets, dark markets, zero day vulnerabilities, exploit kits, malware, phishing and much more. You will master encryption in an easy to follow crash course. Go in-depth into security through physical and virtual isolation and compartmentalization. Covering sandboxes, application isolation, virtual machines, Whonix and Qubes OS. You will learn about nation state secret tracking and hacking infrastructure. A certificate of completion is available signed by the instructor Nathan House so CPE credits can be claimed. An off-site sign-up is required to provide your details for this Requirements A basic understanding of using operating systems, networks, and the Internet. Be able to download and install software. A willingness to learn. Please note this is Volume 1 of 4 of the complete course. After the completion of all 4 volumes, you will know more than 80% of security professionals, government and law enforcement agents and even expert hackers about maintaining security, privacy, and anonymity. Description Learn a practical skill-set in defeating all online threats, including - advanced hackers, trackers, malware, zero days, exploit kits, cybercriminals and more. Become a Cyber Security Specialist - Go from a beginner to advanced in this easy to follow expert course. Covering all major platforms - Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, MacOS and Linux. This course covers the fundamental building blocks of your required skill set - You will understand the threat and vulnerability landscape through threat modeling and risk assessments. We explore the Darknet and mindset of the cyber criminal. Covering malware, exploit kits, phishing, zero-day vulnerabilities and much more. You will learn about the global tracking and hacking infrastructures that nation states run. Covering the NSA, FBI, CIA, GCHQ, China’s MSS and other intelligence agencies capabilities. You will understand the foundations of operating system security and privacy functionality. A close look at the new Windows 10 privacy issues and how to best mitigate them. There is a complete easy to follow crash course on encryption, how encryption can be bypassed and what you can do to mitigate the risks. Master defenses against phishing, SMShing, vishing, identity theft, scam, cons and other social engineering threats. Finally we cover the extremely important, but underused security control of isolation and compartmentalization. Covering sandboxes, application isolation, virtual machines, Whonix and Qubes OS. This is volume 1 of 4 of your complete guide to cyber security privacy and anonymity. Who this course is for: This course is for anyone who wants to become an expert in security, privacy, and anonymity. This volume covers the required foundation building blocks of that skillset. For anyone who would love to gain a practical skillset in mitigating the risk from, malware, Trojans, hackers, tracker, cyber criminals and all online threats. This course is for anyone who wants to keep their precious files, emails, accounts and personal information out of the hands of the bad guys. For beginners and intermediate Internet users who are interested in security, safety, and privacy. For those who want privacy and anonymity online from hackers, corporations and governments. This course is designed for personal and home Internet security, privacy, and anonymity. Most of the topics apply in the same way to a business, but the course is delivered as if to an individual for personal Internet security, privacy and anonymity. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. itsMe

    iThemes Security Pro v6.8.2

    The best WordPress security plugin, Better WP Security, is now... iThemes Security shows you a list of things to do to make your site more secure with a simple way to turn options on or off. We've simplified these steps and provided descriptions of each action so you know exactly what's happening on your site. You shouldn't have to be a security pro to use a security plugin. And isn't that the point? [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. Security Tool for Reconnaissance and Information Gathering on a website. (python 2.x & 3.x) This script uses “WafW00f” to detect the WAF in the first step. This script uses “Sublist3r” to scan subdomains. This script uses “waybacktool” to check in waybackmachine. Features URL fuzzing and dir/file detection Test backup/old file on all the files found (index.php.bak, index.php~ …) Check header information Check DNS information Check whois information User-agent random or personal Extract files Keep a trace of the scan Check @mail in the website and check if @mails leaked CMS detection + version and vulns Subdomain Checker Backup system (if the script stopped, it take again in the same place) WAF detection Add personal prefix Auto-update script Auto or personal output of scan (scan.txt) Check Github Recursive dir/file Scan with an authentication cookie Option –profil to pass profil page during the scan HTML report Work it with py2 and py3 Add option rate-limit if the app is unstable (–timesleep) Check-in waybackmachine Response error to WAF Check if DataBase firebaseio exist and accessible Automatic threads depending on the response to a website (and reconfig if WAF detected too many times). Max: 30 Search S3 buckets in source code page Testing bypass of waf if detected Testing if it’s possible scanning with “localhost” host Changelog v1.6 Add: degoogle tools for google dork queries, faster and less of google captcha Update: Code optimization [hide][Hidden Content]]
  17. ZoneAlarm Extreme Security Stay safe with a complete premium protection. 100% Virus-Free, Guaranteed. Terms Powerful antivirus prevents malicious threats & attacks Legendary firewall safeguards your identity & online privacy Award-winning ransomware prevention new Real-time phishing protection for online shopping & banking [Hidden Content] What’s inside
  18. Project SECURITY is a powerful website security app that will protect your website from hackers, attacks and other threats. It will protect your website from SQLi Attacks (SQL Injections), XSS Vulnerabilities, Proxy Visitors, VPN Visitors, TOR Visitors, Spam and many other types of threats. Project SECURITY uses an intelligent algorithms (similar to the ones used by major industry companies) to detect all known hacker attacks as well as new unknown threats using code recognition and patterns, and automatically takes action. It comes with powerful admin panel from which you can view all logs and it is also integrated with Ban System from which can be banned Visitors (IP Addresses), Countries, IP Ranges, Internet Service Providers (ISP), Browsers, Operating Systems (OS) and Referrers. The Admin Panel has many features and settings. Through it can be easily managed the security of your website. Project SECURITY is a powerful Web Application Firewall designed to protect all PHP softwares, from custom scripts to popular shopping cart softwares and CMS applications. It allows any website administrator to benefit from very advanced and powerful security features. It is very fast, optimized and requires very low system resources. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]
  19. You care about what you build. Protect your websites with the best WordPress security available. Wordfence includes an endpoint firewall and malware scanner that were built from the ground up to protect WordPress. Our Threat Defense Feed arms Wordfence with the newest firewall rules, malware signatures and malicious IP addresses it needs to keep your website safe. Rounded out by a suite of additional features, Wordfence is the most comprehensive security option available. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  20. WP Guard is a powerful WordPress security plugin that will protect your website from hackers, attacks and other threats. It will protect your website from SQLi Attacks (SQL Injections), XSS Vulnerabilities, Proxy Visitors, VPN Visitors, TOR Visitors, Spam, Malicious Files (Viruses) and many other types of threats. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. Endpoint Protection Swiftly detect, prevent, and correct advanced threats. Outmaneuver attacks with advanced, consolidated endpoint security Beyond Traditional Antivirus Harnessing the power of machine learning and endpoint detection and response technology, we make it easy to quickly find and remediate fileless threats, zero-day threats, ransomware, and other advanced attacks. Integration and Automation Our consolidated and centrally managed endpoint security platform removes silos between once-isolated capabilities, simplifies investigations, and gives you one-click correction. Security for Every Endpoint Our products integrate with Windows Defender and extend threat protection to Windows, macOS, and Linux systems, as well as Android and iOS mobile devices—all through a single-agent architecture. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  22. Security checks for your researches We use all these tools in security assessments and in our vulnerability monitoring service [hide][Hidden Content]]
  23. Linux evil toolkit is a framework that aims to centralize, standardize, and simplify the use of various security tools for pentest professionals. LETK has few simple commands, one of which is the INIT that allows you to define a target, and thus use all the tools without typing anything else. Is LETK better than setoolkit? Yes and no, there are two that serve the same thing and in a different way, the LETK and an automated attack information automation script. § 1 About use This script was made to automate the steps of gathering information about web targets, the misuse, and the responsibility of the user, to report bugs or make suggestions open a report on github. § 2 About simple_scan Automap was replaced by simple_scan, it is lighter and faster, in addition to being less detectable, now it has different modes of execution that make it possible from a quick and simple execution to more complex modes. § 3 About Console The output of the script can be extremely long, so see if your console, (gnome-terminal, cmd, konsole) is configured to display 1000 lines (I particularly recommend 10,000 lines), for professional purposes it allows the documentation, it records the commands, exits, and formats the text. Changelog v4.7.9 code review code style review update fakedump update Readme fixing many small bugs fixing dependencies update install-module. but not work [hide][Hidden Content]]
  24. WP-Hide Explained The convenient way to hide your WordPress from being visible through the code. A huge improvement over Site Security since hackers web scanners will not find any WordPress trace on your site. Over 99,99% of sites hacks are focused attacks on specific plugins and themes vulnerabilities. Since no WordPress plugins and themes are found anymore, no hack occur even if site using exploitable code. Provide a clean method for removing any WordPress fingerprints including themes and plugins. No negative impact on SEO at all ! Used wisely, specific SEO aspects can be improved. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]