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The WPScan security scanner was developed primarily for WordPress administrators and security teams to evaluate the current state of their respective WordPress installations’ level of protection against potential threats. It[…]
WordPress VIP, Automattic’s managed WordPress hosting platform for enterprise and large-scale websites, is excited to announce they have incorporated WPScan into the WordPress VIP Codebase Manager. WPScan’s market-leading security technology[…]
Automattic has acquired WPScan, a ten-year-old service that provides a database for WordPress core, plugin, and theme vulnerabilities. The company has sponsored WPScan for a number of years and has…
Jetpack is acquiring WPScan, a WordPress vulnerability database used across the WordPress ecosystem to learn about new vulnerabilities.
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In this interview with Ryan Dewhurst, founder of WPScan, we talk about the best practices a WordPress site admin should do, in order to secure their site.
WPScan is a WordPress black box security scanner that can identify security issues within a WordPress website. Find out how easy it is to get started.