We’ve thought of everything, so you don’t have to. AIOS really is the ‘All-In-One-Security’ WordPress plugin.
How will AIOS keep my website safe?
Brute-force attacks make up more than 80% of hacking-related data breaches! AIOS is packed full of login security features to guard against them.
Use two-factor authentication, hide your login page from bots, lock out users who make more than a configurable number of login attempts and much more.
The AIOS Firewall and file protection feature suite keeps your website safe from the very latest threats!
Content is what makes your website unique, so it makes sense to protect it. Prevent users from copying your content via iFrames, disable the right click, copy and paste function, prevent spam comments and more.
Search Engines like Google can and do blacklist websites injected with malware. AIOS scans your website for malicious code, alerting you to problems, so you can take action, fast.
Most malicious attacks come from a handful of countries and so it’s possible to prevent most attacks with our country blocking tool. AIOS Premium utilises an IP database that promises 99.5% accuracy.
404 errors occur when someone legitimately mistypes a URL, but they’re also generated by hackers searching for weaknesses in your site. AIOS Premium provides more protection than the competition by automatically and permanently blocking IP addresses of bots and hackers based on how many 404 errors they generate.
Choose from a list of commands and enter them into the WP-CLI.
Make TFA compulsory for some user roles and not others, customise the design layout and generate emergency codes for when a device is lost, and more.
Read about all the features of AIOS on our features page
We can do more to help you via our own channels than is allowed under WordPress forum guidelines e.g. we can take a copy of your site (minus the user data) to replicate any errors you may be experiencing.
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