Support » Plugin: Loginizer » METHOD setting, and BRUTE FORCE

  • Resolved DamnDramaQueen

    (@damndramaqueen)


    Hi Loginizer,

    I just installed your plugin. There are 3 setting to choose under the Method :, can you let me which is the right one to pick?

    REMOTE_ADDR
    HTTP_X_FORWARDER_FOR
    HTTP_CLIENT_IP

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    Also correct me if I’m wrong? If the plugin comes with the Brute Force feature? Isn’t Brute Force should have something like the example below? It’s NOT showing on the admin login nor the front-end login?

    Prove your humanity: 4 + 10 =

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    Please advise help, Thanks

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  • Plugin Author loginizer

    (@loginizer)

    >> There are 3 setting to choose under the Method :, can you let me which is the right one to pick?

    Are you behind a forwarded IP like AWS, GCP, etc ? If yes, then you will need HTTP_X_FORWARDER_FOR. Otherwise REMOTE_ADDR will suite most cases.

    >> It’s NOT showing on the admin login nor the front-end login?

    So the brute force feature checks for failed login attempts and blocks the IP.
    The feature you are asking is a CAPTCHA check.

    Regards

    Hi Loginizer,

    Ya, that’s what i set, nice to know I did the right setting.

    Thanks for your support.

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