Nowadays, WordPress is a handy tool for content management. Users are happily using it for blogging or other purposes like to surround an e-commerce business. Most of them are for free while others are not. People can easily choose their plugins and themes from the given options in WordPress whereas, some of the themes are uploaded by the people themselves. Which could be filled with viruses that can hack your blog easily.
Sometimes there are incoming links attached with these themes and it’s difficult for the end user to get rid of it. The following post will help you in dealing with the malicious codes in WordPress or web sites.
Anti-Malware and Brute-Force Security by ELI
This Anti-Malware plugin searches for Malware and other Virus like threats and security vulnerabilities on your server and it helps you remove them.
Adds more security for your website. Server-side scanning. Performs deep website scans of all the files. Virus/Malware detection and removal.
The Quttera Web Malware Scanner plugin scans your WordPress website for known and unknown malware and other suspicious activities.
Wemahu is a crowd powered malware scanner for wordpress. The component can help to find malicious code within a “hacked” wordpress installation. All results can be submitted to nekudo.com to constantly improve malware detection. Additionally it can monitor files for changes to identify malware attacks as soon as possible.
Wordfence Security is a free enterprise class security and performance plugin that makes your site up to 50 times faster and more secure.
The Sucuri WordPress Security plugin is a security toolset for security integrity monitoring, malware detection and security hardening.
Theme Authenticity Checker (TAC)
Scan all of your theme files for potentially malicious or unwanted code.
Useful plugin that will scan your theme templates for malicious injections. Automatically. Every day. For more blog security.
Search the files and database of your WordPress install for signs that may indicate that it has fallen victim to malicious hackers.