Vastly improve the security of your website (inc. Wordpress)

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What you get with this Hourlie

An insecure website (or Wordpress site) leaves you open to attack, your site could be compromised or hijacked and used for malicious reasons, removing your content and damaging both your users/customers and your reputation. It can also affect your ranking on search engines, such as Google.

I will provide before and after reports which show the improvement I have made, with details of the changes. These may include...

- Hide version information
- Disable directory views and traversal
- Disable debug messaging
- Secure loose files, including logfiles and backups
- Stop hotlinking of images
- Block spam activity
- Block bad bots
- Block proxy visits

Get more with Hourlie Add-ons

  • I can implement software firewall to block malicious queries

    Requires no additional time

    +$26
  • I can secure Wordpress login and admin pages to fixed IP address list

    Requires no additional time

    +$13
  • I can secure Wordpress install and config pages (block all access)

    Requires no additional time

    +$13
  • I can review Wordpress themes and plugins for security

    Requires no additional time

    +$13
  • I can install Wordpress plugins to increase security

    Requires no additional time

    +$13
  • I can help fully configure a Cloudflare account for improved security

    Additional 1 working day

    +$13
  • I can deliver all work in 2 working days
    +$26

What the Seller needs to start the work

I will need to know if you want all of the fixes in place, or if any are not required. For example, some of the features require a fixed IP address to be configured in, to limit access to only you, but not all users will have a fixed IP address.

I will need FTP details, so that I can upload files to fix these issues. If you have a Wordpress site and not FTP access, there are plugins (such as WP File Manager) which can be used instead, but I would need access to your Wordpress admin panel. This would be recommended for testing of certain fixes as well, but not essential.