Works with major CMS platforms and PHP language
PHP Secure supports websites built on PHP, including the Laravel framework, as well as CMS platforms such as WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla.
We believe that a vulnerability scan is necessary for comprehensive protection of your application.
You work with developers, install plugins from third parties, and use servers whose security can be uncertain.
PHP Secure scanner de-risks your code, providing accessible, data-driven insights that save you development time and reduce repetitive manual processes.
Data privacy is one of our utmost concerns. PHP Secure guarantees complete privacy and confidentiality of your code and vulnerability reports. Our scanner is fully end-to-end encrypted. After your code is scanned, it is immediately deleted from our servers.
Only you can view your vulnerability report, and you have to be signed in to your account to do so. You can also delete your reports from PHP Secure at any time. Please see our Trust Center.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover & Diners Club, American Express, JCB, eftpos Australia, China UnionPay (CUP) as well as debit cards and ATM cards if they are issued by one of these major credit card companies.
All payments are processed via Stripe, which is under contract with PHP Secure to process orders and collect payments worldwide.
Yes, you can upgrade your plan at any time, or cancel your subscription at any moment.
In case you are not 100% satisfied with the service, there is a 10-day money-back guarantee after your first payment. However, if you decide to continue using the subscription, no further refunds will be granted.
We do not provide refunds for renewals, but you can cancel your subscription at any time from your “My Account” page, and you'll still benefit from the full features of the platform until the end of the billing cycle. After your plan expires, you'll still have access to your past results, and you’ll be able to run new scans with the free Starter Plan.
No. All credit card activity and information is handled by our third-party provider, Stripe (see Stripe’s Terms and Services).
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