1) i will install free version of a security addon and set your email to take security alerts.
2) i will change the login url of your admin panel . Most of brute force attacks we've seen target /wp-login.php. also will change admin user name to something less obvious.
although those security steps cant guarantee you 100% safety there are 2 obvious benefits.
1) they will stop most of the so called Non-targeted WordPress hacker attacks which are automated attacks and are not specifically launched against WordPress websites only.
For example if hackers are trying to exploit a known vulnerability in an old version of WordPress, they do not manually look for WordPress websites, check their version and see if they are vulnerable to such vulnerability or not.
2) it costs only 5 bucks.
If for any reason you are not pleased my work pls just contact me and i will refund all your money with no questions asked. But if you stay pleased pls give me a 5 star review.
So you have NOTHING to loose.
What i need is
wordpress versions 3 and above
wordpress admin url and admin credentials