A simple, light-weight collection of tools to help protect wp-admin, including password strength requirements and brute-force log-in prevention.
The plugin is only meant to be used with single-site WordPress installations.
The Login Activity page will show any active bans in the top/right corner. You can click the button corresponding to the victim to remove the ban.
If you have accidentally banned yourself, you have a few options:
apocalypse-meowplugin folder via FTP;
Remember: You can (and should) whitelist any IP addresses that you commonly login from.
Of course not! Haha. Apocalypse Meow is here to solve security problems, not create them. Only usernames and IP addresses are stored.
As of version 1.5.0, it is now possible to specify an alternative
$_SERVER variable Apocalypse Meow should use to determine the visitor's "true" IP. It is important to note, however, that depending on how that environmental variable is populated, the value might be forgeable. Nonetheless, this should be better than nothing!
Apocalypse Meow tracks login history in the database. If your WordPress site is spread across multiple load-balanced servers, they must share access to a master database, or else tracking will only occur on a per-node basis.
Requires: 4.4 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7
Last Updated: 4 days ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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