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VaultPress

Description

VaultPress is a real-time backup and security scanning service designed and built by Automattic, the same company that operates (and backs up!) millions of sites on WordPress.com.

VaultPress is now powered by Jetpack and effortlessly backs up every post, comment, media file, revision, and dashboard setting on your site to our servers. With VaultPress you’re protected against hackers, malware, accidental damage, and host outages.

To subscribe visit VaultPress.com.

Installation

  1. Visit our plans page and choose the subscription best suited to your needs.
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions to check-out and pay.
  3. We will automatically install and configure VaultPress for you.

If you run into any difficulties please contact us

FAQ

View our full list of FAQs at http://help.vaultpress.com/faq/

What’s included in each plan?

All plans include automated daily backups (unlimited storage space) of your entire site, 1-click restores, stats, priority support, brute force attack protection, uptime monitoring, spam protection, site migration, and an activity log.

The Personal and Premium plans are limited to a 30-day backup archive while Professional is unlimited.

The Premium and Professional plans also offer automated security scanning against malware and infiltrations with the Professional plan also offering automated threat resolution.

Visit our site for more detail and up-to-date information.

How many sites can I protect with VaultPress?

A VaultPress subscription is for a single WordPress site. You can purchase additional subscriptions for each of your WordPress sites, and manage them all with in one place.

Does VaultPress work with WordPress 3.0 Multisite installs?

Yes, VaultPress supports Multisite installs. Each site will require its own subscription.

Reviews

11 сар 12, 2020
Was doing manual backups, but for only $3.50 a month I get peace of mind from automatic backups. Would be great if I got a badge next the VaultPress menu option on the sidebar indicating I have a message about a backup issue, so I don't have to click on VaultPress to see if backups are working. I ran into an issue where the backup process was caught in an endless loop and I did not have a backup for several days. I only found out about the issue by clicking on VaultPress and seeing the notice my site had not been backed up in several days. It would also be great to add an option to wp-cli to get the latest message and/or list of previous backups and date/time of them.
9 сар 13, 2020
This is the worst merge plugin with Jetpack. It's 10pm. Not keeping their promises of keeping tech support (free) on this forum
7 сар 9, 2020
Support gives the impression that they have no interest in their customers. ALmost as if they don't want the work and prefer to palm off people to avoid work at all cost. Very unprofessional and a totally inept attitude.
6 сар 7, 2020
Thanks for making the web a better place. VaultPress is a real-time backup and security scanning service designed and built by Automattic, the same company that operates (and backs up!) millions of sites on WordPress.com. I am happy that this plugin is made by a big responsible company. I feel secure and safe now. Thanks for making such plugin,
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Contributors & Developers

“VaultPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“VaultPress” has been translated into 10 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

2.2.0 – 2021-10-11

Changed

  • Tests: update PHPUnit polyfills dependency (yoast/phpunit-polyfills).
  • Updated package dependencies.

Security

  • VaultPress: Remove obsolete hotfixes

Fixed

  • General: avoid PHP notices when using recent versions of PHP.

See the previous changelogs here