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All In One WP Security And Firewall Filesystem Security helps you setup the file permission for each folder and files in your website and more.

Last Updated: February 18, 2018

Latest News: I have updated a broken link below.

All In One WP Security And Firewall Filesystem Security

Step 1 ) Click on the WP Security -> Filesystem Security to set up the following security settings. See images below.

  • File Permissions
  • PHP File Editing
  • WP File Access
  • Host System Logs

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Step 2 ) Go to WP Security -> Filesystem Security -> File Permissions to check and make sure your file system permission are set up correctly. This is an action you should take the moment you install WordPress.

This will add another 20 points score towards your security meter. (Basic Security Level)

Step 2-a ) The image below shows you the Name and File/Folder path of your current WordPress install.

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Step 2-b ) The image below shows you the Current Permissions and the Recommended Permission. Click on Set Recommended Permissions button if your permissions settings are incorrect.  all-in-one-wp-security-file-permission-recommended

Step 2-c ) The following image shows you the recommended files permissions by this plugin added to the site. All the permissions have a green color which means the site folders and files have the minimum file permissions added for security protection.

Note: Some of you might want to personally add a higher level of restrictions to your files. This is entirely up to you.

Step 2-d ) The following message is displayed if your website is hosted in a Windows server. This stops you from having to adjust the folder file permissions as illustrated above when running your site in a windows server.

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PHP File Editing

Step 3 ) Go to WP Security -> Filesystem Security -> PHP File Editing to set up the following option. See image below.

  • Disable PHP File Editing. Many times you will enable this options especially if you have a members website and you don’t want anyone to edit PHP files.
  • Click on Save Setting button once you finish.

This will add another 10 points score towards your security meter. (Basic Security Level)

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WP File Access

Step 4 ) Go to WP Security -> Filesystem Security -> WP File Access to set up the following option. See image below.

  • Prevent Access to WP Default Install Files. The following will allow you to stop access to Default WP Files on your website.
  • Click on Save Setting button once you finish.

This will add another 10 points score towards your security meter. (Basic Security Level)

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Host System Logs

Step 5 ) Go to WP Security -> Filesystem Security -> Host System Logs to view your system log file.

  • Enter System Log File Name
  • Click on View Latest System Logs button to view the latest log file.

Important: The Host System Logs was added in version 3.1

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WHOIS Lookup

Step 6 ) Click on WP Security -> WHOIS Lookup to check the IP address of intruders.

Note: The developers have decided to remove this feature in the future.

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If you have any questions please let me know

Enjoy.

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Manuel Ballesta RuizManuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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