[wp-hackers] security maintenance and hack cleaning

Jeff Lambert jeff.lambert at jvhm.com
Tue Feb 14 16:54:20 UTC 2012

Hopefully you've taken all the recommended measures for installing WordPress
securely and perhaps added in some .htaccess measures.  That should put you
in a good place.

As for help, check out sucuri.net

I haven't used them but have heard good things.  Don't know if they only
deal with malware but am guessing they have a host of services.


On 2/14/12 8:41 AM, "Kevin Newman" <CaptainN at unFocus.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm looking for some suggestions on how to help clean and prevent hacked
> wordpress installs. These take too long for me to do myself, and there
> seems to be a level of specialized knowledge you need to do it well
> anyway, or else the hacks just come back. I've been taking a look at
> VaultPress's Premium service - but I don't know how robust that is.
> Anyone have any suggestions?
> Kevin N.
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