Sucuri Security: Getting the Most from Site Info
In this section of the guide to the Sucuri Security plugin, we will take a look at Plugin & Server Info, WordPress Cronjobs, HTAccess Integrity and WP-Config Variables.
Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.
Step 2) On the left-hand sidebar of the Dashboard navigate to Sucuri Security -> Site Info.
This tab displays details about your WordPress installation in read-only format, such as:
- Plugin and Server Info
- WordPress Cronjobs
- HTAccess Integrity
- WP Config Variables
Below is an overview of each option.
Plugin and Server Info
This option displays details on the Sucuri plugin, server info, MYSQL version and SQL Mode to name just a few!
A Cronjob is code that is executed on a scheduled basis.
|A.||Task||This column displays a list of WordPress Cronjobs by name.|
|B.||Schedule||This column displays a list of of the scheduled time for each Cronjob to run.|
|C.||Next Due||This column displays the next time the Cronjob will run.|
|D.||Hook||This column displays the WordPress hook that was used to create the Cronjob.|
The .htaccess file is a distributed configuration file, and is how Apache handles configuration changes on a per-directory basis. WordPress uses this file to manipulate how Apache serves files from its root directory, and sub-directories. WordPress modifies this file to be able to handle pretty permalinks.
The .htaccess file is located in the root directory of your WordPress installation.
WP Config Variables
This option displays the variables that are located in the wp-config.php file.
Click the View File button to view the wp-config.php file.
This concludes our guide of the Sucuri Security plugin.