The WPLockdown Reviewed
WordPress is one of the best web development platforms out there, owing to the fact that the platform pretty much simplifies the site building process for just about anyone. The availability of themes for just about any purpose, as well as the existence of just about any plugin for any function imaginable lets anybody create a professional website on their own, at a fraction of a cost of outsourcing the task. WordPress also provides excellent security for any website built on it, but that’s not enough to stop determined malicious cyber attackers. James Sancimino knows this and he has a solution that can fully secure your site from malicious attacks: the WPLockdown.
Unsecured websites are vulnerable to hacking, and hacked websites end up with their Google rank plummeting. Worse still is the after effect, as a low ranking means that you will not be able to sell anything at all. James’ plugin is built with this in mind, and it includes plenty of features that can help you secure your WordPress site, including database backups, file security, firewall setup, brute force protection, and more. It will be available for $10.
WPLockdown is going to launch tomorrow, Saturday, December 17, 2016, and we are going to see it go live at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time. It will be available by then for the discounted price of $7. If you are in the look out for more information on this product, be sure to bookmark this page and come back soon after the plugin is launched. By then, we will be updating this post with a complete review of the product as well as information on the bonuses that may come with it.