Asgard Security Scanner is really a fast and free security tool that can help you identify adware and spyware inside your WordPress installation. Secure your website while increasing ranking.
Our “Cloud” scanner can help you identify and take away any backdoors, trojans and hidden frames in styles/plugins.
Asgard Security Scanner is 100% free. This wordpress plugin searches the files in your website for anything security suspicious.
Key Security Measures:
- Fully Managed Security Protection for the Website
- Monitors filesystem to safeguard unauthorized changes
- Operate a security scan for adware and spyware and blacklists
- Reporting of security overview after WordPress blog is scanned
- Forbid common exploits and attack patterns
- Google/Yandex SafeBrowsing adware and spyware and phishing check
- Spamhaus Domain Blacklist (DBL) check
- Check domain status in “Web Of Trust”
Serious Adware and spyware Scanner:
No stupid line-by-line security scan. In keeping cases, adware and spyware injection strong encoded and encrypted.
Therefore, we scan files in 2 steps:
- Send file hashes and identify popular web-shells: c99, rst, r57 and much more blackhat tools.
- Send unknown files and our CloudAPI detects hacked files and encrypted backdoors.
We use Machine Learning algorithms for identify suspicious and malicious code. Use at the own risk 😉
What Is The Best Security Plugin For WordPress – 5 WordPress Security Plugins Compared
Ronald Surya: Looking forward to iThemes Security tutorials from you. Thank you Adam!
WPCrafter.com WordPress For Non-Techies: I published it a few hours ago. I hope you enjoy it.
Ronald Surya: WPCrafter.com WordPress For Non-Techies Thank you Adam!
Paul Lacey: Thanks for this Adam. I tend to use these days wp engine or flywheel (signed up today) and other these companies use the premium firewall and malware scan and cleanup from sucuri. I have almost 20 sites on sucuri cloudproxi too, and I think it's excellent. But now it's better value to get this via wp engine or flywheel as part of bulk plans. \n\nI have a cloudways vs server for the smaller sites and clients that can't afford the premium hosting, and I've been trying to figure out the best plugin based security for these clients. I really don't like Wordfence too much, and agree it can be a performance problem, however I just could not see the wood from the trees for an alternative. I have been impressed with ithemes security too, and Cory Miller is a guy I really have tons of respect for. \n\nI also have a subscription to wpmu, but I'm barely using it on any new sites now. I may cancel that. I wasn't overly impressed with Defender. It felt too lacking in comparison. \n\nGreat video Adam
Paul Lacey: Hiya mate, I use the annual plans. Typically the one valued at $199 a year (the basic stack). It's a Scanner, Firewall and malware cleanup if needed. So it's probably way more expensive than any of the on site plugins mentioned here, and it's not a plugin – it's purely a cloud based system.\nThe way I see it is that fighting malware at the cloud level is akin to firing missiles at the malware from afar, as opposed to a knife fight in your own doorway (which I feel is what a plugin based solution is doing).\n\nHowever, like I mention…I'm moving away from this in favour of managed WP hosts that include this as part of the setup. The key headache I get with a cloud based Firewall is renewing Let's Encrypt – you have to temporarily route the DNS back directly to the host to renew. PITA! You don't with the WP Engine / FlyWheel iterations of Sucuri/Cloud Firewalls.\n\nNot everyone can afford a cloud based solution, but anybody running a legit business, in my opinion, shouldn't be looking to spend peanuts anyway. Sure if it's somebody's blog or something then the plugin approach is maybe OK – I have clients that don't want to spend so much, so I am eagerly waiting to see the results of your videos and I am very happy that you aren't hinting from the beginning that Wordfence is the likely winner :)\n\nI'd happily invest in the iThemes security Pro to be honest. I see the value that you are highlighting.\n\nCheers
WPCrafter.com WordPress For Non-Techies: I think of more web developers had your view on things then the clients they serve will be better served. For serious businesses, your website is your online reputation and there shouldn't be any hesitation in paying extra money to be protected.
Liam Grossman: FIRST!
WPCrafter.com WordPress For Non-Techies: Yes you are first!
Optimum Health & Fitness: I use WP Security – Seems solid.
WPCrafter.com WordPress For Non-Techies: I'll take a look at it!