reCAPTCHA

Description

This plugin prevents brute force logins on your WordPress website by adding Google’s easy to use reCAPTCHA to the login form.

Screenshots

  • WordPress login screen
  • reCAPTCHA admin settings screen

Installation

  1. Upload no-captcha to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Register your domain with Google reCAPTCHA
  4. In the admin, go to Settings > reCAPTCHA options and add in your API credentials
  5. Click save
  6. Party! 🎉

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload no-captcha to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Register your domain with Google reCAPTCHA
  4. In the admin, go to Settings > reCAPTCHA options and add in your API credentials
  5. Click save
  6. Party! 🎉

Reviews

Solid reCaptcha Plugin

Works as intended and author accepted pull request on github so we can update via wordpress in the future, thanks!

Working on a number of sites

After installing on one site, I have since installed on another 2 and will probably add to some more later.

I found it easier than other CAPTCHA plugins to install, some of which don’t seem to block much spam at all. So far not received any spam at all.

Works great

I install this for every site I create. I’ve never had problems and it works great! Super easy to set up.

Unable to prevent brute force login

This plugin only validate recaptcha input AFTER WordPress’ authentication process, thus it doesn’t help to prevent brute force login.

Suggest: verify recaptcha before WordPress validating username and password.

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Contributors & Developers

“reCAPTCHA” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

1.6

  • Support for bypassing the captcha for specific IP addresses when behind a proxy. Props to Daniel Mann

1.5

  • Support for bypassing the captcha for specific IP addresses. Props to Daniel Mann

1.4.1

  • Support for WooCommerce’s login form

1.4

  • Bug fix for when JavaScript is disabled/not available

1.3

  • Initial release