Hacker4Lease provides WordPress Security Assessments by a Certified Ethical Hacker from our offices in Toronto. This security assessment is the most comprehensive and complete offer we have seen on the market.
Almost all WordPress sites become compromised over time, if you’re serious about protecting your content as well as your subscribers and prospects, you ought to take a few steps to better security!
Here’s what the service looks like:
Step 1: Order the service
Step 2: We will call you and review your order. Over the phone you can ask questions related to the service. If something does not match your expectations you can cancel and get 100% refund. If there is a match we will proceed with the order and from this point there are no refunds as a licensed security expert will be assigned to the job and will start the work.
Step 3: We will execute the assessment.
Option 1: without login details – External Testing ($299 USD)
Option 2: with login details – External and Internal Testing ($399 USD)
Step 4: Our hackers will send you a secure detailed report
Step 5: We will go over the report with you over the phone or in person (we are located in Toronto), point by point, to give you insight to where you are most vulnerable to a breach and ways to fix it.
WordPress users install an alarming number of themes and plugins without truly knowing what each plugin and theme can introduce into your website. Plugins are vulnerable and are very commonly exploited to breach your security without you knowing! Themes are also vulnerable! There are codes hidden in the theme files that are overlooked everyday that can cause your site to become compromised.
Service #1: We Assess Your Site.
From plugins, themes, files and add-ons, our process will identify hidden risks and exposures, uprooting viruses, malicious code and trojans. Our own licensed security experts in Toronto do all of our tests manually and dynamically. We will provide you with a detailed report of our findings to give you an idea where your website was unsecure. We will also work with you to provide recommendations, solutions and strategies to remove threats and to keep them from coming back!
All this for $299 USD.
Service #2: We will secure your website.
We will update, replace and/or remove harmful plugins
Repair or replace harmful WordPress themes
All files are scanned and debugged for viruses, Trojans and other malware
Security plugins are added for continued security (we will pay for a 1-year license)
We will even block all traffic from geographic hotspots that are known sources of malicious traffic.
The cost of this service may vary by the size and complexity of the components that are being tested/secured.
Typically all this for $399 USD.
WordPress is the most common Content Management System (CMS) in use today, as such, it is also the most targeted by malicious hackers making it vulnerable to security breaches. WordPress draws in 10’s of millions of users every day, whether they are managing their own content or are enjoying content. What makes WordPress so popular is its combination of user-friendliness and the massive number of plugins and themes users can add to their websites.
Yes. WordPress is user friendly. It’s easy enough for non-technically savvy users create and maintain incredibly stylish websites! However, this means that there are a significant number of users out there who are not aware of their own digital vulnerabilities or that there are malicious hackers out there who are out to steal and compromise your hard work. These malicious hackers can cause companies and websites to fall on their knees if they are not careful.
Not to worry! There are good hackers to combat the malicious ones. Hackers who use their talents for good and not evil.
Our talented security licensed experts will let you know where your vulnerabilities are and what you can do about them!
– Feb 21st 2015 – SQL Injection Vulnerability found in a WordPress Video Gallery
– March 6th 2015 – Vulnerability for users with the MainWP Child WordPress plugin.
– March 12th 2015 – WooCommerce SQL Injection Vulnerability in Tax Settings
– March 16th 2015 – Several serious security issues found in WPML plugin
– April 24th 2015 – Hackers using bruteforce attacks and forming botnets via WordPress
– June 15th 2015 – WordPress releases version 4.2.2. Critical System Update.
– Dec 10th 2015 Sensitive Information Leak – Password Resets.
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