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    Look-See Security Scanner

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    Look-see Security Scanner is designed to help you quickly and easily spot the sorts of file system irregularities that happen when a site is hacked.

    • Verify the integrity of all core WordPress files, including plugins and themes hosted by WordPress;
    • Search wp-admin/ and wp-includes/ for unexpected files;
    • Search wp-content/uploads/ for hidden scripts;
    • Identify file changes since previous scan;
    • Locate files left over from older versions of WordPress;
    • Analyze configurations for oversights and vulnerabilities;
    • Check uploaded themes and plugins against the WPScan Vulnerabilitiy Database;
    • Pro: Schedule scans;
    • Pro: One-click delete, ignore, fix, and source viewer;
    • Pro: Full feature access through WP-CLI;

    Requirements

    Due to the advanced nature of some of the plugin features, there are a few additional server requirements beyond what WordPress itself requires:

    • WordPress 4.4 or later.
    • PHP 7.0 or later.
    • PHP extensions: date, filter, json, pcre, spl
    • CREATE and DROP MySQL grants.

    Please note: it is not safe to run WordPress atop a version of PHP that has reached its End of Life. As of right now, that means your server should only be running PHP 5.6 or newer.

    Future releases of this plugin might, out of necessity, drop support for old, unmaintained versions of PHP. To ensure you continue to receive plugin updates, bug fixes, and new features, just make sure PHP is kept up-to-date. 🙂

    Premium Version

    Look-See Pro is the same great administrative tool, just more of it!

    • WP-CLI: file scans, configuration analysis, and vulnerability searches can be run from the command line.
    • Quick Actions: view source code, fix file permission/ownership issues, ignore, or delete a file with the click of a button.
    • Scheduling: set-and-forget scan settings by day of the week.

    To learn more, visit blobfolio.com.

    Privacy Policy

    This plugin does not make use of or collect any “Personal Data”.

    As mentioned earlier, the plugin and theme vulnerability history tool pulls remote data from the WPScan Vulnerability Database; the maintainers of that project may or may not log your site’s public IP address as a result.

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    Downloads37,814
    Last Updated117 Days ago
    Published6 years ago

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