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* [[What do Wordfence's cloud servers do?]]
* [[What do Wordfence's cloud servers do?]]
* [[What does Wordfence scan?]]
* [[What does Wordfence scan?]]
* [[Wordfence constants for advanced configuration]]
* See the [[Troubleshooting and Common Errors]] page
* See the [[Troubleshooting and Common Errors]] page

Revision as of 15:12, 26 October 2016

Wordfence's options and features are explained here. Having trouble? See the Troubleshooting and Common Errors section.

Wordfence General Options

Comprehensive documentation on all the options you see on the Wordfence options page in the plugin.

Wordfence Features

How to use Advanced Blocking to block ranges of IP addresses and browser patterns.
How to interpret and use the Blocked IPs page in Wordfence to manage blocked, locked out and throttled IPs.
How to set up cellphone sign-in in Wordfence and how to sign-in with your cellphone.
How to block attacks from specific countries.
A guide to configuring and using Wordfence Caching and Falcon Cache Engine.
The Wordfence Web Application Firewall filters out malicious requests to your site.
A detailed guide to Wordfence live traffic, what each piece of data means and the tab views and how to use them.
How our new password auditing tools can help you say goodbye to weak user passwords.
A guide about how to schedule scans in Wordfence.
How to use Wordfence scanning and how it works.
How to use Whois and find out who owns IP addresses and block networks.

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