Wordfence Premium WordPress Security Plugin v7.10 [Activated]
Download Wordfence Premium WordPress Security Plugin GPL Activated at GPLBase. Wordfence Premium comes with an endpoint firewall and a malware scanner that were specifically designed to protect WordPress from malicious code and other threats. We feed Wordfence the latest firewall rules, malware signatures, and malicious IP addresses so that it can keep your website safe from hackers. Wordfence is the most comprehensive security solution available.
- Version of the file: v7.10
- Updated on: June 23rd, 2023
- License: GPL (Activated)
While cloud-based solutions can provide better protection than on-premise solutions, Wordfence Premium Activated runs on your server. In the past, cloud firewalls have been prone to data leaks because they can be bypassed. User identity information is used in over 85 percent of Wordfence firewall rules. Cloud firewalls do not. Cloud solutions require end-to-end encryption to be broken.
To protect against malicious traffic, Wordfence has a built-in Web Application Firewall (WAF). As a result, WordPress is deeply integrated. However, it does not break encryption and cannot be bypassed. Anti-malware software prevents malicious code or content from being sent to the server. Defensive against brute force attempts, using password restrictions and other login security measures. Real-time updates to firewall rules and malware signatures are enabled with the Premium upgrade.
Using Wordfence, you can scan your website for malware, bad URLs and other security threats such as backdoors and SEO spam as well as malicious redirections and code injections. In addition, it compares your files with those in the WordPress.org repository, checking their integrity and informing you of any changes that have been made. Repair files that have changed by overwriting them with a pristine, original version, and easily delete any files that don’t belong on the computer. Checks for known security vulnerabilities, abandoned and closed plugins. It also checks for broken links on your site. A content safety check ensures that your files are free of malicious URLs or suspicious content.
Changelog Wordfence Premium WordPress Security Plugin
= 7.10.0 – June 14, 2023 =
* Improvement: Added translation support for strings from login security plugin.
* Improvement: Added translator notes regarding word order and hidden text.
= 7.9.3 – May 31, 2023 =
* Improvement: Added exception handling to prevent WAF errors from being fatal.
* Fix: Corrected error caused by method call on null in WAF.
* Change: Deprecated support for PHP 5.5 and 5.6, ended support for PHP 5.3 and 5.4.
* Change: Specified WAF version parameter when requesting firewall rules.
= 7.9.2 – March 27, 2023 =
* Improvement: The vulnerability severity score (CVSS) is now shown with any vulnerability findings from the scanner.
* Improvement: Changed several links during initial setup to open in a new window/tab so it doesn’t interrupt installation.
* Change: Removed the non-https callback test to the Wordfence servers.
* Fix: Fixed an error on PHP 8 that could occur when checking for plugin updates and another plugin has a broken hook.
* Fix: Added a check for disabled functions when generating support diagnostics to avoid an error on PHP 8.
* Fix: Prevent double-clicking when activating 2FA to avoid an “already set up” error.
= 7.7.1 – October 4, 2022 =
* Fix: Prevented scan resume attempts from repeating indefinitely when the initial scan stage fails.
= 7.7.0 – October 3, 2022 =
* Improvement: Added configurable scan resume functionality to prevent scan failures on sites with intermittent connectivity issues.
* Improvement: Added new scan result for vulnerabilities found in plugins that do not have patched versions available via WordPress.org.
* Improvement: Implemented stand-alone MMDB reader for IP address lookups to prevent plugin conflicts and support additional PHP versions.
* Improvement: Added option to disable looking up IP address locations via the Wordfence API.
* Improvement: Prevented successful logins from resetting brute force counters.
* Improvement: Clarified IPv6 diagnostic.
* Improvement: Included maximum number of days in live traffic option text.
* Fix: Made timezones consistent on firewall page.
* Fix: Added “Use only IPv4 to start scans” option to search.
* Fix: Prevented deprecation notices on PHP 8.1 when emailing the activity log.
* Fix: Prevented warning on PHP 8 related to process owner diagnostic.
* Fix: Prevented PHP Code Sniffer false positive related to T_BAD_CHARACTER.
* Fix: Removed unsupported beta feed option.