Keeping your WordPress sites secure is a never-ending game of cat and mouse. 100% protection against intrusion is impossible. We can do our best to stop it, but we must be ready to deal with any intrusions once they occur. Shield Security already has several scanners that detect and repair alterations to your WordPress filesystem….
WordPress does not magically turn your site into a reliable email delivery service. For reliable email sending, it requires careful setup.
Shield Security v6.3 for WordPress released 12th February, 2018. This release has been primarily focused on Shield’s User Interface (UI). It’s been years since the plugin’s user interface has received any serious focus, so it was time to bring it up-to-date. New UI For Shield The learn a bit more about the new Shield UI, please…
Shield 6.3 sees a brand new UI for 2018. Cleaner, smarter, faster, more responsive.
Shield Security now offers the ability to increase the scanning frequency to ensure that any corruption or intrusion is detected and cleaned more quickly.
Shield Security v6.2 bring several new features and numerous under-the-hood improvements and optimizations, including ‘Remember Me’ for two-factor authentication, and increased scanning fequencies.
To make 2-Factor Authentication easier on your users, Shield Security comes with a “Remember Me” feature so 2FA isn’t always required.
WP Shield Security v6.1.0 sees the addition of 3x new wizards, on-demand file scanning, and UI improvements. Recommended upgrade!
The issue that WordPress stills maintains support for PHP 5.2 burns hotly in the minds of many developers. It’s not a decision based on what’s best for the code, but on what’s best for reputation and maintaining the WordPress userbase. What’s the big deal about all this PHP version stuff? Who really cares? A lot…
Perhaps the #1 requested feature of the Shield Security plugin is the ability to import and export options. We’ve resisted providing an import/export feature for a long time, because we were never happy with the traditional idea of it. It didn’t really seem to solve a problem as well as it should. We’re going to…