[GET] WPGateWay Secure – Advanced Pro Free Download

Filed Under (Bonuses) by blackhat on 19-04-2016

WARNING: 73.2% of WordPress Sites Are Vulnerable To Being Hacked
It is a FACT… Every Single WordPress Site
You Currently Own is in Extreme,
Immediate Danger

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Once installed, WPGateway Secure does all the hard work of fighting off the hackers who would destroy you, your clients and your business!

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All of this is possible with WP GateWay Secure

#1: Test the “anyone can register” option is active.

#2: Test the user with username “admin” exists.

#3: Test the error message on failed login attempts.

#4: Test for the prefix of the wordpress table.

#5: Test that general debug mode is active.

#6: Test your install.php file is accessible via HTTP on the default location.

#7: Test your upgrade.php file is accessible via HTTP on the default location.

#8: Check if plugins/themes file editor is enabled.

#9: Check if uploads folder is browsable by browsers.

#10: Check if Windows Live Writer link is present in pages’ header data.

#11: Test that WordPress core is up to date.

#12: Test the plugins are up to date.

#13: Test that themes are up to date.

#14: Test the server response headers contain detailed PHP version info.

#15: Test that expose_php PHP directive is turned off.

#16: Test the salts and keys have proper values.


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