Custodian

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Custodian Beta Testing

Why Was It Built?

Here at EBT we were commissioned to build a Classic Vehicle site. The site was deployed on a shared hosting server and became extremely busy very quickly.

However the service was becoming over whelmed on a regular basis. We knew we were busy but were surprised at our loss of service on a regular basis, so a quick install of WordFence immediately showed up the Bots that were constantly trying to gain access.

This was a virtual DOS attack and was affecting our service. To solve the problem I came up with a function that simply does what Custodian free service will offer and bang the bots were gone.

Here at EBT we build WebApps marketed as EWApp, a solution that encompassed our existing EWApp technology wrapped up into a security plugin seemed a good idea so Custodian PlugIn was commissioned.

Why Beta?

Firstly we simply didn’t want to place a un-fully tested solution into the WP Community prior to committing to the long term project. That commitment will come once the PlugIn has proven its self.

Secondly Custodian (server version) utilises the latest WP REST Api technology (it won’t work without it) however if you read the terms of service from the WP Repository, cross communication between plugins and users is discouraged. Weird as they are marketing the technology as the future for WP, perhaps they don’t fully understand the animal they have created as yet.

Beta Testing With Us?

Fancy having a play? Simply register on the form below and you will be provided with a download link. This will give you access to what will become the free version of Custodian.

We’re also after a few Beta Testers for the server version (application form within the PlugIn admin page).

In return should/when we successfully launch the full custodian service we will provide it free to our server testers. We’re only after a few (about 10).

Few pre-requisites

Any one can down load the PlugIn and it just works. However the Beta testing is limited in numbers and sorry you need to be able to communicate in English (and that’s coming from a Welsh man).

Test on production server at your own risk!!
The current version will not un-install cleanly it will leave “ghosts in the machine” however they wont stop your install working or effect it in any way. Later versions will have a full uninstall feature included so simply installing a new version (when available) and uninstalling will effectively remove the ghosts.

As we are utilising the WP REST Api the latest WP Version needs to be installed.

For the time being only one install on a Multi Site (network install is a new known issue WP Ver:4.8).

In Beta we gain access to your install environment data (so need your agreement on that).

We would like to receive your views on the functionality including the draw backs (warts and all).

Our code is in constant update so the interface will inform you of any updates and the system will inform us of the version you have installed.

All we require to set you up is the URI of the install so we can create an API key on our end.

What We Don’t Do

Alter any core files or functionality of the WP install.

Store or have access to any passwords. We do require your custodian password hash, the system will pass that to us once registered (server version only).

Ideally you will have knowledge of WP Development hopefully you will know more than us.

There is a registration form at (bottom of this page) for the download and within our PlugIn for the server version.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Gareth Mellin

Custodian WordPress Plugin Development

The Secure Alternative

Custodian Overview

WordPress security is a popular topic for a good reason. Consider: In January 2017 alone, WordFence reported an average of 26 million brute force attacks against WordPress websites per day. In the same report they recorded more complex, targeted attacks at an average of 4.7 million per day for the same time frame.

That’s a lot of people (and bots) up to no good.

Solutions

Limit LogIn Attempts : Brute Force Attacks, the primary type of attack made against WordPress sites, works by trying hundreds of thousands or millions of random letter/number/symbol combinations until it hits on the one that lets them in to your site. There are many plugins that will limit the number of login attempts from any one IP address however each attempt to access your login takes up resources on your server.

Rename LogIn/Admin Pages : There are also many plugins that change the name of the login/admin address however bots are clever and a scan of the page will reveal the login markup.

Two-Factor Authentication : is another tool for WordPress login security, however many find it a hassle, and cumbersome. Unfortunately it still doesn’t solve the server load problem as bots can still attempt to gain access even though their attempts will generally fail.

So What Does Custodian have to offer.

Custodian totally obfuscates all forms of access to all WordPress login or WP Admin areas they will not be discovered by bots in fact once the pug-in is activated even you wont be able to access your admin area. All attempts to access your install will be redirected to your home page.

To gain access to WP logIn/Admin areas users will first have to visit a preset (hidden) page in their browser, prior to accessing the usual WP logIn/Admin areas in a new tab or browser window. This will then reveal the LogIn forms for a period of two minutes.

Registered (Paying) users have the added protection (dependent on service level) of creating a mobile access only hidden page (within their website). Visiting this page via the smart phone and activating it as a WebApp (simply saving to your home screen) will guarantee access to the registered WP Install.

Ultimate protection is offered by creating an account with us, whereby you access a hidden page on our Custodian Server (via your smart phone EWApp). Entering a predefined password our system opens access to your registered WP install allowing users to gain access to the usual WP Login/Administration areas.

Access is granted for a predetermined time period (presently set to 2 mins).

Custodian effectively gets rid of brute force attacks and delivers a two factor authorisation layer that doesn’t require mobile phone (costs) or e-mail layer to gain access.

Single User Custodian

Custodian covers Both Limit LogIn Attempts and Two Factor Authorisation free for the single user.

Registered Custodian

Will also offer users the ability to obfuscates access to RSS feeds and the WordPress Tags in the header.

EWApp Remote Access Custodian

Access via our Custodian Remote Server ensuring that you will never get found by bots and hackers.

Multi User/Functionality Custodian

In development : Custodian will offer the ability to register multiple user mobile only access.

Compatibility

Requires WordPress 4.1 (we’re on 4.7.5) & PHP 5.6 (we’re on 7.0.1) or higher.

All login related things such as the registration form, lost password form, login widget and expired sessions just keep working.

It’s also compatible with any plugin that hooks in the login form, including:
BuddyPress,
bbPress,

Installation

1. Read Our Beta Testing Page
2. Register with the form below.
3. We will send you a download link.
4. Read Our Installation Page
4. UnZip and FTP/Upload to your PlugIn folder.
5. Visit your Plugins › And Activate WP Custodian.
6. You will be redirected you to the settings. Manage your login url there.
7. You can change this option (dependent on registration level) any time you want, just go back to Settings › Custodian.

Custodian Beta Testing

Why Was It Built?

Here at EBT we were commissioned to build a Classic Vehicle site. The site was deployed on a shared hosting server and became extremely busy very quickly.

However the service was becoming over whelmed on a regular basis. We knew we were busy but were surprised at our loss of service on a regular basis, so a quick install of WordFence immediately showed up the Bots that were constantly trying to gain access.

This was a virtual DOS attack and was affecting our service. To solve the problem I came up with a function that simply does what Custodian free service will offer and bang the bots were gone.

Here at EBT we build WebApps marketed as EWApp, a solution that encompassed our existing EWApp technology wrapped up into a security plugin seemed a good idea so Custodian PlugIn was commissioned.

Why Beta?

Firstly we simply didn’t want to place a un-fully tested solution into the WP Community prior to committing to the long term project. That commitment will come once the PlugIn has proven its self.

Secondly Custodian (server version) utilises the latest WP REST Api technology (it won’t work without it) however if you read the terms of service from the WP Repository, cross communication between plugins and users is discouraged. Weird as they are marketing the technology as the future for WP, perhaps they don’t fully understand the animal they have created as yet.

Beta Testing With Us?

Fancy having a play? Simply register on the form below and you will be provided with a download link. This will give you access to what will become the free version of Custodian.

We’re also after a few Beta Testers for the server version (application form within the PlugIn admin page).

In return should/when we successfully launch the full custodian service we will provide it free to our server testers. We’re only after a few (about 10).

Few pre-requisites

Any one can down load the PlugIn and it just works. However the Beta testing is limited in numbers and sorry you need to be able to communicate in English (and that’s coming from a Welsh man).

Test on production server at your own risk!!
The current version will not un-install cleanly it will leave “ghosts in the machine” however they wont stop your install working or effect it in any way. Later versions will have a full uninstall feature included so simply installing a new version (when available) and uninstalling will effectively remove the ghosts.

As we are utilising the WP REST Api the latest WP Version needs to be installed.

For the time being only one install on a Multi Site (network install is a new known issue WP Ver:4.8).

In Beta we gain access to your install environment data (so need your agreement on that).

We would like to receive your views on the functionality including the draw backs (warts and all).

Our code is in constant update so the interface will inform you of any updates and the system will inform us of the version you have installed.

All we require to set you up is the URI of the install so we can create an API key on our end.

What We Don’t Do

Alter any core files or functionality of the WP install.

Store or have access to any passwords. We do require your custodian password hash, the system will pass that to us once registered (server version only).

Ideally you will have knowledge of WP Development hopefully you will know more than us.

There is a registration form at (bottom of this page) for the download and within our PlugIn for the server version.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Gareth Mellin

WP Compromised?

So How Do They Get In?

There are many forms of attack however 99% of the time the hackers are trying to utilised your resources for their dodgy means so they normally don’t compromise your system access.

These are generally WP Complex Attacks (peaked at 11 million attacks per day June 2017).

Hacking Stats For 2016

41% were hacked through a security vulnerability on their hosting platform.
29% were hacked via a security issue in the WordPress Theme they were using.
22% were hacked via a security issue in the WordPress Plugins they were using.
8% were hacked because they had a weak password (Brute Force).

Brute Force attacks might not be high on the success list however they are the main denial of service source as they eat your bandwidth allowance.

So How To Fix It?

Lets make some assumptions

So Case One Lets Assume :-

  1. You have access to the WP Admin Area
  2. You have an FTP Access Account.
  3. You have a FTP Client (FileZilla or equivalent)
  4. You have no available backup.

Create a simple text file (using notepad or similar (not word) with no content) call it anything you wish and upload it to your root directory with your ftp client. Once uploaded rename the file to .maintenance (your site is now in maintenance mode) and unavailable to your visitors.

Many will advise loading WordFence or Equivalent : Don’t Yet!.

They are great for defence (in most cases : there are better) but you are compromised, so its to late, sorry you need a specialist clean up tool. Visit here GOTMLS download and install it in the usual way (their free version is sufficient).

Register with them (just e-mail required) to update the database, then run their scan. Once the scan is complete it will ask you to decided what to do with the rogue files (just delete them).

Generally the rogue files will be in 2 root folders wp-content & wp_includes. However as a precaution with your ftp client visit and open your wp-config.php file in your root directory and inspect it. Search for suspicious code and delete anything that looks out of place. Now do the same with your .htaccess file.

To make your site work it should look like this :-
# BEGIN WordPress
RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /
RewriteRule ^index\.php$ – [L] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule . /index.php [L] # END WordPress

Notice anything unusual? visit here copy the code and overwrite the existing with the basic requirements and upload to your wp install. You can always update it later once you’re clean.

Now the hard bit
visit your admin area :-

  • Step One : Disable all plugins (other than GOTMLS).
  • Step Two : Update your wp install to the latest version.
  • Step Three : If you updated your .htaccess file update your permalink structure in Settings/Permalinks.
  • Step Four : 50% of hacking comes via out of date themes or plugins so visit the home page for each theme and plugin in your list, if they haven’t been updated within the last 2 years delete them!. (We have even had a paid for plugin infecting sites (the original company went bust an the hackers moved in). Never forget OpenSource doesn’t mean FREE!!)
  • Step Five : Visit your front page and ensure that it renders ok. Will probably look crap as you have no theme lol but along as you can read content your in business.
  • Step Six : If your Theme passes Step Four re-activate it (then check the front end).
  • Step Seven : As Step Six but your plugins (check front end after each plugin is reactivated).
  • Step Eight : Re Run GOTMLS scan (hopefully this will be clean).
  • Step Nine : Now you need protection, visit Ninja FireWall DownLoad/Install/Activate and set it up. NinjaFirewall (WP Edition) is a true Web Application Firewall. Although it can be installed and configured just like a plugin, it is a stand-alone firewall that sits in front of WordPress. That is why we use it!! In our view its simply the best (however can be awkward to set up).
  • Step Ten : On a successful Step Eight and Step Nine delete your .maintenance file.
  • Step Eleven : Disable GOTMLS (not needed once you have Ninja configured).
  • Step Twelve : Install Custodian from bottom of this page.
  • Step Twelve : Replace any plugins or themes that failed in Step Four, with new supported or purchased versions.

Case Two Lets Assume :-

  1. You have access to the WP Admin Area
  2. You have an FTP Access Account.
  3. You have a FTP Client (FileZilla or equivalent)
  4. You have an available backup (your own or your hosting service).

Hosting Service BackUp : Beware our Hosting provider doesn’t always take full backups they can be incremental so ensure your back up is complete!

When Your sure your backup is a complete installation don’t over wright your existing install! Launch your FTP Client and delete everything on your server then re-install your backup.

Now you still have to solve your problem (it will come back if you don’t!). So visit and complete Steps One to Twelve in Case One above.

Case Three Lets Assume :-

  1. You Don’t have access to the WP Admin Area
  2. You have an FTP Access Account.
  3. You have a FTP Client (FileZilla or equivalent)

Getting Harder : Launch your FTP Client and visit your wp-content folder where you will find a folder named plugins rename it to plugins-bak. Shut down your browser relaunch it and try to login again. Hopefully you will now have access to your admin area.

If so we would create a new plugins folder and transfer the plugins (one at a time) to your new folder. Activating each one prior to loading the next. At some stage the rouge one will crash your system. When it does delete it.

Now you still have to solve your problem (it will come back if you don’t!). So visit and complete Steps One to Twelve in Case One above.

Done All Above And Still Have Problems?
Get in touch below :  You Need Help!

Coming Soon To Your WP Install

Ransomware is malicious software that an attacker installs on your computer or on your server. They use an exploit to gain access to your system, and then the ransomware executes, usually automatically.

Ransomware encrypts all your files using strong unbreakable encryption. The attackers then ask you to pay them to decrypt your files. Usually payment is via bitcoin. Bitcoin gives the attackers a way to create an anonymous wallet into which the ransom can be paid.

Ransomware Now Targets WordPress

Most ransomware targets Windows workstations. However, there is now an emerging kind of ransomware that targets WordPress websites.

Malicious traffic is now targeting WordPress sites, several attempts have been registered where ransomware has been uploaded that provides an attacker with the ability to encrypt a WordPress website’s files and then extort money from the site owner.

The ransomware is uploaded by an attacker once they have compromised a WordPress website.

Decryption Is Incomplete

When the encryption process starts, the ransomware creates two files in its installation directory. The first is named “EV.php,” a file containing an interface that is supposed to allow the user to decrypt their files if they have a key. This file contains a form, but it does not work because it does not include decryption logic.

The second file is a .htaccess file that redirects requests to the EV.php file.

This ransomware provides an attacker with the ability to encrypt your files, but it does not actually provide a working decryption mechanism. It does, however, give attackers what they need to trick affected site owners into paying a ransom. Their only goal is to encrypt your files. They don’t actually have to prove they can decrypt your files to get you to pay a ransom.

If you are affected by this ransomware, do not pay the ransom, as it is unlikely the attacker will actually decrypt your files for you. If they provide you with a key, you will need an experienced PHP developer to help you fix their broken code in order to use the key and reverse the encryption.

You Must Be Pro-Active

In simple terms once infected with Ransomeware you are screwed! the odds on you getting a decrypt key are virtually zero.

  • ProActive Step One : Install Ninja FireWall DownLoad/Install/Activate and set it up. NinjaFirewall (WP Edition) is a true Web Application Firewall. Although it can be installed and configured just like a plugin, it is a stand-alone firewall that sits in front of WordPress. That is why we use it!! In our view its simply the best (however can be awkward to set up).
  • ProActive Step Two : Install Custodian custodian ships with plugin and theme zip backup facility (plus many more features). Our Zip packages are obfuscated from the Ransomeware attack.
  • Tip : Ensure your FireWall works out side of WordPress and is stand alone!!

Using Custodian

How To SetUp/Use Custodian Free Protection :

Simply install the plugin no further settings are required. However visit the Custodian control panel to fully understand how to access your WP Install once you are logged out of the system.

If you see “Hello, HAL. Do you read me, HAL?” “Affirmative, Dave. I read you” then you are good to go.

We suggest visiting the secure login page (provided) in a new browser window prior to logging out. Should you get a page not-found then update your permalink settings prior to logging out. (see Known Issues below)

How To SetUp/Use Custodian Server Protection :

Step One
Create a Password Hash remembering your password (we don’t store any personal data). Once created you should have access to the Custodian API Key application form. The system should notify you once registration is complete.

Step Two
Once your API is installed Scan the QR in the Custodian Control Panel, open the Url on your smartphone and o save to your home screen.

Step Three
Open the now installed EWApp and enter your password (access is now open to your WP Install via usual WP logIn areas), you should now be able to login as usual.

Once you have access to your admin area simply close the access again on your smartphone.

Notes :-

1. Activating the plugin will automatically block all access to your WP Admin/LogIn so please read all the info in our Custodian settings page to re-gain access once you have logged out of your system.

2. Should you get totally locked out simply ftp into your PlugIn folder and rename the custodian folder to custodian-bak and the PlugIn will be disabled.

Known Issues

After installation (both versions) should users have problems accessing their hidden Custodian Access Page simply visit WP Settings > Permalinks and update the Permalink settings.

Tested and works with any permalink structure (so far).

Works with multisite and subdomains (however only for a single domain at present : so don’t network install it!!).

Notes :-

1. Activating the plugin will automatically block all access to your WP Admin/LogIn so please read all the info in our Custodian settings page to re-gain access once you have logged out of your system.

2. Should you get totally locked out simply ftp into your PlugIn folder and rename the custodian folder to custodian-bak and the PlugIn will be disabled.

3. During Beta all functionality is available however Remote EWApp requires you linking our server, you can request an API key from within the PlugIn settings page (limited to 10 beta testers).

4. Our Remote Access Custodian is on our development server for beta so there might be a 30 second delay on granting access during our testing period This will be resolved once the system goes fully live.

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VIN Decoder

EWApp Vehicle Info.

Built on behalf of a client this demo EWApp accesses the DVLA Search service, simply enter the last three digits into the field and press “GET”.

The App accesses the DVLA service and responds with all the information held on the vehicle.

Notes :

Demo mode is limited to two plates only.
Easiest way to use is just press GET

 

Formula One Data API

The Ergast Developer API is an experimental web service which provides a historical record of motor racing data for non-commercial purposes. The API provides data for the Formula One series, from the beginning of the world championships in 1950.

Here we are grabbing data from the API in JSON format and outputting in human readable form. To reduce the load on the free API service each request is cached which also speeds up the content delivery.

This plugin demo was engineered for a F1 Reporter interested in incorporating into his WordPress F1 Blog.  The plugin is a little different as it includes the functionality to display all F1 drivers history as well as each and every race result with pitstop and qually data.

WordPress user ? The plugin isn’t available in the WP repository however if you would like to try it out, simply register below and we will send you the download link.

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