WP Fingerprint

Descripción

Why should I use WPFingerprint?
WordPress is the most popular open source CMS on the planet. By most estimations a third of the entire web runs WordPress. If you’re a hacker, that’s a huge target to aim for. As such, WordPress security should be at the very top of your considerations for your website.

Hacked WordPress sites are often used for a wide variety of activities you don’t want to be linked to: sending large volumes of spam, SEO spam links, propagating viruses and more. All of these can have negative impacts on your website, from losing search engine rankings to dissuading your site visitors from checking out your site.

One of the main vectors of attack against WordPress are plugins. WP Fingerprint works to identify if the plugins on your website have been exploited. Every time a plugin or core file changes, our scanner will verify the file for you.

Will it work with Premium Plugins?
Yes, While plugins from wordpress.org are checked directly from source. WPFingerprint crowdsources the correct checksums for plugins not found on wordpress.org. It will then return a percentage of how often it’s seen changed files.

Reseñas

18 de septiembre de 2019
Our site is hosted by 34sp.com but we are looking to change this, partly due to this annoying plugin DO NOT INSTALL THIS ON YOUR SITE!!!! This damn plugin keeps appearing on my WP dashboard despite me not wishing it to do so. I, THE SITE OWNER, AM THE ONE WHO DECIDES WHAT PLUGINS RUN ON MY SITE, NOT 34SP. Despite asking them not to on many occasions, this pain in the ass plugin keeps appearing. we already have very good security on our website and 2 security plugins can cause clashes and conflicts. It appeared again today and now wont let me remove it Even worse, looking at the plugin homepage there is a warning that it has not been tested with the latest version of wordpress so thanks a bunch 34sp.com Annoying, ineffictive, obtrusive and a security RISK DONT install it and DON'T get wordpress hosting from 34sp
27 de septiembre de 2018
.. not just things that might have been changed maliciously, but also where someone may have made a well-intentioned(?) change to a plug-in and not documented it properly. We have all had surprises when taking over from a previous admin, this is one additional tool that can help a little.
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Registro de cambios

2.1.2 – Bumped PHP version to PHP5.6 – 8th May 2019
2.1 – Remove notice in admin section, refactored the primary checker, added ability to diff files if source allows, added WP-CLI commands for report and Diff – 16th October 2018
2.0.4 – Show the source with a human friendly name, clear down logs so they are not showing spurious data
2.0.3 – Added a «what does this mean notification», created clear logs wp-cli command – 26th September 2018
2.0.2 – Fixed issue where incorrectly announcing that checksums did not match – 24th September 2018
2.0.1 – Fixed bug where Notification counter wasn’t showing
2.0.0 – Rewritten WP Fingerprint see blog post for full details – 19th September 2018
1.0.1 – 6th April 2018
Bug fix – Removed notice, when plugin is not in the results array
Bug fix – Temporarily disabling the «we are waiting go have coffee notice» this causes confusion when transient remains.
Bug fix – wp.org naming was different to beta wpfingerprint.php renamed wp-fingerprint.php
1.0 – WordPress.org initial release
0.7 – Switched to MD5 to support shared hosts
0.6 – Internal Preview release