Create and manage license keys for your software applications easily
The Advanced Custom Field Widget is an extension of the Custom Field Widget by Scott Wallick, and displays values of custom field keys.
An authentication framework that handles authorization with external web services.
Allows subscription to RSS feeds on private blogs that require authentication. Works with "More Privacy Options" on multi-site installs.
The bookmark to login nobody but you. Simple and secure.
Add an accessibility shortcut to tour WordPress website / Ajoute le raccourci clavier MAJ+A à votre site WordPress
LaunchKey eliminates the need and liability of passwords by letting you log in and out of WordPress with your smartphone or tablet.
Private Feed Key adds a 32bit (or 40bit) key for each of your users, creating a unique feed url for every registered user on the site.
This plugin protects your admin's login page (secure key in url).
This plugin allows you to require a secret key that is passed via the URL: http://example.com/post-title/?key=[string]
The Custom Field Widget displays values of custom field keys, allowing post- and page-specific meta sidebar content with limitless applications.
This plugin checks for all custom keys in page/post ending with _Custom_Field_Cookie, writes key as cookie name & value as cookie value.
This WordPress plugin allows you to reach the login page by simply pressing Ctrl + L.
Gives administrators a skeleton key (their own password) to login as any user they'd like.
Feed Key adds a 32bit (or 40bit) key for each of your users, creating a unique feed url for every registered on user the site. This allows you to rest