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  1. Hi Jeff
    I use Sucuri on all my sites – once you get to ten sites the cost per site is more than reasonable.

    I also use their paid WordPress plugin but I’ts not available at the moment because it is being upgraded.

    My question is:
    What features will the new plugin have and when will it be available?

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    1. Hi Keith, I just sent you an email through your contact form on the site in regards to information about the premium plugin :)

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      1. Hi Jarret
        Did anything come of the premium plugin upgrade?
        I’ve heard nothing and it’s been a long long time….

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    2. Hi Keith

      Great question.

      The plugin is available, it’s just hidden. Most of the changes are around integration into the rest of our system, if you haven’t noticed there have been a number of design changes in the past few months, more to come.

      There will be some new feature improvements as well though, things like integrating our Proxy and Backups is something on the list so that you can support all your security needs in one solution. We’ll also be doing away with the built-in plugin WAF as it’s no where near our Website Firewall – http://cloudproxy.sucuri.net

      As for when, we’re looking in about 1 – 2 months, many things to change.. :)

      Thanks again for the note.

      Tony
      Co-Founder / COO at Sucuri, Inc.

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      1. Hi Tony

        “We’ll also be doing away with the built-in plugin WAF as it’s no where near our Website Firewall – http://cloudproxy.sucuri.net

        I’d sign up in a moment but there is the small issue of cost!

        I’d also go with your backup plan but again it’s the cost.

        I don’t see any discounts for multiple sites and or using several of your services.

        It starts to get to the point where I might as well go the managed hosting route and have backups and security as part of the deal.

        Talking of hosting with backup and security – how about a post along those lines Jeff?

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          1. Maybe a comparison of shared hosting, which needs additional security and backup plugins compared with managed hosting, which comes with the security and backups included.

            WP Engine are way out of my price bracket (and they don’t do email) but Siteground and Godaddy are bringing managed wordpress hosting down (you did something recently on Godaddy managed hosting) so maybe we should all be thinking of going the managed hosting route.

            But if we do… with whom do we go?

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