BruteProtect is a cloud-powered Brute Force attack prevention plugin and the best protection against botnet attacks.
Once the plugin is installed, you’ll be prompted to request an API Key via the Dashboard. If you do not receive an API Key, please visit the BruteProtect WordPress support forum to let us know.
Yes, each site needs a different key (this is not the case with multisite networks). Many API keys can be associated with one email address.
Yes! We haven’t received any reports of plugin incompatibility. Please visit the BruteProtect WordPress support forum to report any issues.
No! We've had no reported compatibility issues with any plugins.
Everything that we currently offer will always be free to individuals and small businesses. We may, some day, ask for a (very small) fee from our highest-activity users. We will offer additional “premium” services in spring 2014.
This number varies based on a number of factors, there isn't a fixed number of failed attempts that equal a block.
Yes, you may add IP addresses under the “whitelist” setting of BruteProtect. This list only applies to your installation of WordPress.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-7-11
24 of 26 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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