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Does Pagely Support Sucuri?

Sucuri is a security platform offering a range of preventive, monitoring and clean-up services completely compatible with Pagely. From DDoS mitigation to malware scanning and a web application firewall, these are just some of the features Sucuri provides across a short range of plan options.

Do I Need Sucuri With Pagely?

One of the essential value props of Pagely is our battle-hardened WordPress Security Program. All Pagely customers realize the protection of our in-house web application firewall (WAF), advanced security safeguards tucked into the AWS Shield and other extensive security features we employ on both your web server and WordPress site.

Any potential clean-up you might run into, like malware in a WordPress plugin or a plugin exploit is handled by our own diligent InfoSec squad. When we see malicious activity we block it, if we identify a virus in your filesystem we clean it, if we discover ill-exposure to a security threat in a plugin we step in and rectify it.

These various features and remediation services are not something you’d need to pay extra for with Sucuri. Customers can rely on our decade long experience managing all of these security aspects for you with the 24/7 filesystem scanning.

Using Sucuri With Pagely

If your organization requires the reporting, logging and GUI control for a WAF beyond the level of detail our Pagely Atomic dashboard offers, Sucuri will give you that visual representation of your traffic. Typically, customers are more than satisfied with our own level of protection, but may choose to continue using Sucuri for this reason of gaining greater clarity around metrics and managing DNS control.

Note: There are special configurations involved with running Sucuri on your Pagely VPS that we need to manage since they don’t send an X-Forwarded-For header. If you are looking to implement Sucuri with your Pagely account, you’d simply need to indicate those in the special instructions section of your migration request.

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