Wycombe had keeper Nikki Bull to thank after a string of fine saves helped secure a point away at Hereford.
Stuart Beavon flashed wide and Kevin Betsy fired over as the visitors advanced early on, but Bull soon took centre stage.
He tipped Ryan Green's effort round the post and later palmed away Stuart Fleetwood's curling effort.
Danny Foster struck a post for the Chairboys while Bull sealed his great performance by denying Fleetwood again.
The draw moves Wycombe, second in League Two, three points clear of fourth-placed Bury while Hereford now sit 19th, eight points off the relegation zone.
Hereford boss Jamie Pitman told BBC Hereford & Worcester:
"Their keeper has definitely pulled off two world-class saves, not just good saves, world-class saves.
"We probably had the best chances, people think we are playing a defensive formation but it's not, it's an attacking formation as well.
"We've proved that by having three very good chances."
Wycombe Wanderers manager Gary Waddock told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"I think both teams had spells in the game, had possession, without any goals being scored.
"Second half we had better opportunities, we delivered good balls into the box without anybody getting on to the end of it.
"Nikki Bull's done well, he made a fantastic save first half and then another second half, he's had an outstanding season."