Protect your dashboard without editing the .htaccess file -- the FIRST one that completely blocks remote bot login requests.
Although the cloaked URL feature isn't there, the other features are still well worth having on your site. The authentication field in particular is brilliantly executed. Many thanks!
Since the last update the cloaked url's are suddenly missing. This function was the main reason for installing this plugin. In my opinion it is a great security measure that people have difficulty with finding the correct login url. I would really like the cloaked url function to return again!
Very pleased with this. I set it so it sends any errors to a malware site. I like that it gives no warning. So easy and so effective.
This plugin is the best available. It would be better, if the login page of WordPress (wp-login.php) were in a separate folder, so a customer can securely and easy protect the login page via .htaccess, but as long as this is not done, this plugin is absolutely necessary.
Needed a plugin yesterday to redirect a big roach that was trying to brute force its way into my site.
It worked perfectly! Many thanks!
Excellent job! We've talked a decent amount internally about obscuring our login screen, but had never come up with such a simple and effective method. We're excited to see how this decreases the thousand or so login hack attempts we get a month.
This plugin is phenominal. Works brilliantly and since installing I haven't had a single hiccup on my site, no hack attempts, not even spam comments!! =D I'm surprised it's free! Love It!!
Was looking for a way to hide the login page as I'm getting a lot of 'admin' logins. Just installed so can't say how it will do long-term in blocking the bots and other ***holes, but the plugin does work as stated with testing the site through other browsers - hopefully I get a lot less logins.
Very simple to use, simply fill in a few fields and you don't have to touch the plugin again - you only need to remember the new custom login url. Only con, though not really one, is that the documentation is in a separate tab and not together with the settings, but that's really a non-issue.
I installed the plugin, added redirect website got the login url but when i try to log in with the new login url i'm taken to my redirect website. I can't access my backend. help please. Thanks....site is behindthegospel.com
I just installed your plugin and asked my husband instantly, (he is out of town), to test it and try to login in to my wp-admin. He cracked up as I redirected him to http://www.sanger.dk/ :)
I also installed the Limit Login Attempts as you suggested, and they are working perfectly together.
Thank you so much for all the work you put in.
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