16 Nov

No Ninja Forms, Wordfence Security is Not Trustworthy and Blacklisting IP Addresses Doesn’t Provide Effective Protection

When it comes to choosing security products and services what is lacking is nearly any evidence that they are effective, while at the same time there is plenty that shows that many of them are not. For example, over at our main business we regularly have people asking if we offer one that will really [Read more]

09 Nov

Wordfence Security and Wordfence Premium Fail To Protect Websites, But Defiant Is Happy to Lie and Tell You Otherwise

Over at our main business we have a steady stream of people contacting us to ask if we offer a service that will stop their websites from being hacked, a not insignificant number of them mention that they are currently using a service that claimed to do that and there website got hacked anyway. That [Read more]

08 Nov

Unlike Wordfence and Other Security Providers We Warned About WP GDPR Compliance Before Websites Started to Get Hacked

When it comes to protecting WordPress websites against vulnerabilities in plugins we provide a level of protection that others don’t for the simple reason that we do the work they don’t (but that they absolutely should be doing). The result can be seen with the plugin WP GDPR Compliance, which had multiple vulnerabilities fixed in version [Read more]