All prices include:
Customize Paths, Protect WP Common Paths & Files, Script & SQL Injection Firewall,
URL Mapping & Text Mapping, Brute Force Protection,
User Activity Logs & Suspicious Activity Alerts
XML-RPC Protection, Hide WP Headers and more.
You are actually purchasing a product as a service, with access to security updates, new features, fast replies to support requests for one year.
If you don’t choose to pay yearly you will still be able to use the plugin but without future support and compatibility updates.
The yearly payment advantage is that you don’t need to worry about security updates and compatibilities with other plugins because we’ve got your back. And this is why we recommend that you pay yearly.
You can use the free version of the plugin on any number of websites, whether or not they are owned by you.
The Ghost version can be installed on a limited number of website, and you can transfer your license if you change your website.
This license is limited to the number of websites you use it on. This means that you have to activate the product with a license for each website you want to use a product on. For WordPress Multisite, the license is for the entire network.
Of course! Just deactivate the plugin from the previous domain, and activate it on the new one. You can manage it in your account via Manage License.
Hide My WordPress Ghost Lite version offers the basic security options for your website, while Hide My WordPress Ghost offers you a powerful security level to prevent most of the WordPress attacks made by both humans and bots. More details
You can save all the settings from the Free version and restore them after you activate Hide My WordPress Ghost.
The plugin works on almost any WordPress server but there are a few server you can’t use Hide My WordPress Ghost:
1. WordPress.com Business – doesn’t support different login path and uses a shared Nginx hosting without the possibility to configure the rewrite rules.
2. Shared Nginx Hosting who doesn’t have the SSH option and refuse to add the Hide My WordPress Ghost config file and reload the Nginx settings.
There are more and more plugins you can use to hide the common paths, and you need to consider using the fastest one possible.
With a slow website your entire website SEO and Security is at risk, so the best thing you can do is to opt for this – results can indeed be worth it.
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