Support » Plugin: Limit Login Attempts Reloaded » My log says ‘Unlocked’, what does it mean?

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  • Plugin Author 2by2host

    (@wpchefgadget)

    Hi Plimfec,

    Outdated lockouts get unlocked automatically after the time specified in the plugin config. This has nothing to do with hackers, this is just an indication for an admin that the IP is no longer locked.

    plimfec

    (@plimfec)

    Hi,

    Well, that’s a relief, thanks!

    Only thing I still wonder: why wasn’t this in my logs before? The last column was always empty, for years. I didn’t even know that column existed. Weren’t the earlier attempts unlocked then? Or is it a feature in the new version?

    Screenshot:
    https://i.imgur.com/BTCsm1o.png

    Thanks again,
    Plimfec

    Plugin Author 2by2host

    (@wpchefgadget)

    Hey Plimfec,

    This is a feature of the recent plugin’s version. We will make it less confusing in the further versions. Thank you.

    plimfec

    (@plimfec)

    I understand. Thanks for your answers, and the great plugin.

    Plimfec

    Plugin Author 2by2host

    (@wpchefgadget)

    You are welcome!

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