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In this tutorial we will show you how to install the Wordfence Plugin, then go over the available settings.
As per Wordfence's official website "Wordfence scans your site for viruses, malware, trojans, malicious links, protects your site against scrapers, aggressive robots, fake Googlebots, protects against brute force attacks and much much more."
I recommend performing a backup of your website, before installing a Wordpress plugin.
Some of these options are only available on the upgraded version of wordfence, which is available for purchase.
|Scan||You can start a wordfence scan from here.|
|Live Traffic||This allows you to view information regarding the visitors to your website.|
|Blocked IPs||You can manually block suspicious IP addresses from this page.|
|Country Blocking||This option is only available on the upgraded version.|
|Scan Schedule||This option is only available on the upgraded version.|
|Whois Lookup||You can lookup a domain's Whois record on this page.|
|Advanced Blocking||Here you can block an IP range, or a specific User-Agent.|
|Options||There are basic and advanced settings here where you can do things such as change your security level, and specify scan settings and firewall rules.|
Congratulations, now you are familiar with installing the Wordfence plugin, and its available options!
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