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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==

Revision as of 18:04, 28 April 2015

Welcome to the official Wordfence documentation wiki. 

Please also view our official FAQ on support.wordfence.com, be sure to visit our official forums if you are a free customer on WordPress.org and if you are a Premium customer you can find our priority support ticketing system on this page.

Wordfence Documentation

  • Wordfence options - Comprehensive documentation on all the options you see on the Wordfence options page in the plugin.
  • Wordfence scanning - How to use Wordfence scanning and how it works.
  • Live traffic - A detailed guide to Wordfence live traffic, what each piece of data means and the tab views and how to use them.
  • Wordfence scan scheduling - A guide to how to schedule scans in Wordfence.
  • Falcon Cache - A guide to configuring and using Wordfence Caching and Falcon Cache Engine.
  • Blocked IPs - How to interpret and use the Blocked IPs page in Wordfence to manage blocked, locked out and throttled IPs.
  • Cellphone Sign-in - How to set up cellphone sign-in in Wordfence and how to sign-in with your cellphone.
  • Country Blocking - How to block attacks from specific countries.
  • Whois Lookup - How to use Whois and find out who owns IP addresses and block networks.
  • Advanced Blocking - How to use Advanced Blocking to block ranges of IP addresses and browser patterns.

System Requirements

  • Wordfence System Requirements - A detailed guide to what you need to run WordPress with Wordfence including memory, OS, web server, CPU and more.

Wordfence API

Other

Troubleshooting and Common Errors

How do I....?

External Links

Norton Blacklist Removal: HERE

ESET Blacklist Removal: HERE









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