Lockdown WP Admin conceals the administration and login screen from intruders. It can hide WordPress Admin (/wp-admin/) and and login (/wp-login.php)
This plugin will hide WordPress Admin (/wp-admin/) when a user isn't logged in. If a user isn't logged in and they attempt to access WP Admin directly, they will be unable to and it will return a 404. It can also rename the login URL.
Also, you can add HTTP authentication directly from WP Admin and add custom username/password combinations for the HTTP auth or use the WordPress credentials.
This doesn't touch any .htaccess files or change the WordPress core files. All the CSS/Images under /wp-admin/ are still accessible, just not the .php ones.
If you enable HTTP authentication, it will add HTTP authentication to the PHP files in /wp-admin/.
To contribute to the development, check out the GitHub Repository.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-4-20
2 of 8 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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