Support » Plugin: All In One WP Security & Firewall » 404 Error After wp-login.php rename

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  • Plugin Author mra13


    After you rename the page, you don’t have to access it using “wp-admin” keyword anymore. You enter the name of the renamed page directly.

    So for example, if you renamed it to “test”. Then you access your admin area using the following:

    I am having the same issue. I have renamed the login page using the Brute Force > Rename Login Page and go to the correct page and get a 404 error. I have deactivated the plugin, removed the htaccess file, reinstalled the plug in again, activated it and when I go to the Brute Force > Rename Login Page the same page is there. When I check the box I can’t get to the renamed login page and I have uncheck it to be able to login using the standard wp-login.php page.

    I also am having the same issue on certain installations.

    Same here. First I enabled brute force URl change and it gave me a cookie to login, it worked. But then I changed the login URl to a simple one, to remember. Something like but When I try to acces it doesnt take me anywhere. So now I can not access wp-admin cause I get a 404 error page and cant use my own login page.

    any idea?

    I’ve the same problem. Can’t reach the admin panel. Get the 403 permission denied site.

    Quick-Fix: rename the plugin folder via ftp and using the default wp-admin.

    when activating the “All In One WP Security & Firewall” next click getting permission denied.

    any idea?


    This also happens to me but I’m using WP 4.0.

    Already gettin “Permission Denied” on my Login

    no admin access yet!

    New informations about this issue?



    Plugin Contributor mbrsolution


    @TN4U can you start a new support ticket. This one is marked as resolved.

    Thank you

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