I noticed that if I have *not* enabled the “Secure Hidden Login” feature, it gives me a red X on the Vulnerability Scan page, and it also counts towards the little number in the black circle next to the name “Total Security” in the menu.
However, in my case there is a specific reason that I am not using the Secure Hidden Login feature. It’s because I already am using another plugin to provide similar security to the login page, so I don’t need to use this one aspect of your plugin. Therefore Secure Hidden Login is disabled.
But this is not a security risk of course! It’s intentional that I am not using this feature. And “Secure Hidden Login” is only a feature, not a security risk. It’s optional. Therefore it should not show up as a red X in the Vulnerability Scan, or as the number inside the black circle, because this is misleading – it makes me think something serious is wrong, but really it isn’t.
I think it would be better if it showed as a blue checkmark, which indicates something to pay attention to, but not an actual vulnerability.
Would you be kind enough to change that, please?
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