We discovered today the hard way that Stripe’s webhook communications will fail if wp-admin is hidden (aka renamed) with All In One WP Security & Firewall. This may be the case with other methods of hiding wp-admin with other security plugins as well.
It would be nice if all of the items below were implemented:
A. Have a warning about potential issues on the wp-admin hide section
B. Be able to exclude certain IP addresses from the wp-admin access restriction
C. Be able to password protect the wp-login.php file without having to manually edit the .htaccess file (or nginx equivalent for that environment). In other words, have All In One make the .htaccess edits for me.
That all being said, we love AIOWSF.
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