Support » Plugin: Wordfence Security » Feature Request: Captcha on wp-login.php

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  • Plugin Support wfalaa

    (@wfalaa)

    Hello,
    Thanks for your suggestion, I’ve already added your vote for this feature request to a similar request we have (internal reference number: FB737), although I’m not sure if this can be seen in an upcoming release or not, but all suggestions are evaluated by our dev team and considered seriously.

    Thanks.

    Hi wfalaa

    Thanks for replying.

    I suppose the real question is does a captcha constitute a “critical success factor” in the Functional Requirements of WordFence or would it merely be a nice thing to have?

    Best Regards

    Plugin Support wfalaa

    (@wfalaa)

    It’s a nice thing to have as long as you’ve already adjusted “Login Security Options” on your website. Using Captcha is more useful -in my opinion- to prevent spam (comments/user-registrations).

    Thanks.

    LordLiverpool

    (@lordliverpool)

    Hi wfalla

    OK thanks for clearing that up, I understand much better now.

    Thanks very much.

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