7 Responses

  1. ramonfincken
    ramonfincken April 23, 2015 at 14:11 | | Reply

    ” The Hide WordPress module allows you to hide the fact that you are using WordPress by hiding your original file structure, meta tags, WordPress specific classes and ids, the login and admin URL etc. As a result, no one will be able to figure it out that you are using WordPress. ”

    I partly disagree, when I visit: http://swiftsecurity.swte.ch/
    and take a look at the source code, I immediately see a very familiar CSS/script structure and CSS classes for body tag and menu items such as ” menu-item menu-item-type-post_type ” a typical WordPress string.

    I have to admit that I could not open any wp-includes files among wp-login or xmlrpc.php and I am impressed.

    Does this plugin also work on nginx servers?

  2. Peter
    Peter April 23, 2015 at 14:44 | | Reply


    You can remove/change the HTML ids and classes if you wish.

    Yes nginx is supported since version 1.3

  3. Peter
    Peter April 26, 2015 at 07:26 | | Reply


    As I see there was some plugin conflict (some images didn’t load), please try to install the latest version and run Automatic testing. If it won’t solve the problem please recontact the support, I am sure they can help you.

    Thank you!

  4. Haydrion
    Haydrion April 26, 2015 at 04:37 | | Reply

    I had used Swift security plugin a month ago and I had a lot of issues with it, specially with the option hide.

  5. hankt49
    hankt49 April 30, 2015 at 18:14 | | Reply

    Upgrade your video to a high resolution. It’s too small to read on the page and when enlarged it doesn’t shift to HD.

    1. Peter
      Peter April 30, 2015 at 18:54 | | Reply


      Sorry for the inconvenience. You can see our videos in better quality here:

      Hide WordPress:


      Code Scanner:


      Thank you for the feedback, we will upload our videos to Vimeo in better

  6. Johnathan Evans
    Johnathan Evans December 6, 2015 at 11:54 | | Reply

    How does the plugin compare to Bulletproof Security Pro? I’ve purchased the plugin but it is a beast to manage it. It has worked at blocking further hacking attempts at least thus far on two GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting sites but I get notice after notice and keep getting notices.

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