Full Wordpress Security Audit


Service Description

Wordpress gets hacked by:
29% Vulnerable themes
22% Vulnerable plugins
8% Weak passwords
41% Hosting vulnerabilities

In order to avoid having a smiley face with a text saying "n00bz" where your online store used to be, you can keep a WordPress Security Audit Log to identify WordPress Security Issues ahead of time. We will keep a log of everything happening on your WordPress blog, website or WordPress multisite network. It will be very easy to track suspicious user activity before it becomes a problem or a security issue. We will track issues like:

- New user is created via registration or by another user
- First time a user logs in to WordPress
- User changes the role, password or other profile settings of another user
- User on a WordPress multisite network is added or removed from a site
- User uploads or deletes a file, changes a password or email address
- User installs, activates, deactivates, upgrades or uninstalls a plugin
- User creates a new post, page, category or a custom post type
- User modifies an existing post, page, category or a custom post type
- User creates, modifies or deletes a custom field from a post, page or custom post type
- User adds, moves, modifies or deletes a widget
- User installs or activates a new WordPress theme
- User changes WordPress settings such as permalinks or administrator notification email
- WordPress is updated / upgraded
- Failed login attempts
- And many others...

Monitor WordPress Users Activity & Productivity

If you own a multi user WordPress blog or website, or a WordPress multisite network installation you can use our WP Security Audit service to monitor your users' activity and productivity. With eDesign's Security Audit for WordPress you can monitor:

- When WordPress users log in or out
- From where WordPress users are logging in
- Users who created. modified or deleted categories
- Users who created a blog post, page or a custom post
- Users who published a blog post, page or a custom post
- Users who modified published WordPress content such as custom posts, pages or a blog posts
- Users who moves content such as blog posts or WordPress pages to trash or permanently deletes it
- Users who modify WordPress widgets
-Users who upload or delete any sort of files
any many more features...

Briefing Details

- Your domain
- FTP Credentials
- Wordpress user & password
- Hosting user & password.