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WPSecureOps Brute Force Protect

Description

The simplest yet free Brute Force plugin that will protect your WordPress site from any brute force password attacks.

No coding skills required!

Automatically protect your site from brute force password attacks to /wp-admin/ or any login form generated by WordPress

Screenshots

  • This is what will happen if a user gets busted by the plugin.

  • This is how simple the configuration of this plugin is, but it will protect your site from tons of attacks every month!

Installation

  1. Install via wordpress.org
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. (optional) Go to the plugin’s settings page and alter (if you need) the brute force parameters.

FAQ

Do you provide support?

Currently we provide community based support via WordPress.org’s plugin forums.

Why don’t your plugin does not support showing/using CAPTCHAs?

Because CAPTCHAs sucks…We don’t feel comfortable being ask every time we try to login to our own WordPress site to
enter 4-5-6 characters from a very very hard to read images…

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Contributors & Developers

“WPSecureOps Brute Force Protect” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Change log

1.4

  • Another fix for PHP5.0+ compatibility

1.3

  • This plugin is now PHP5.0+ compatible

1.2

  • Improvements to guarantee that the site won’t get locked when installing, uninstalling, activating and deactivating the plugin

1.1

  • Fully rewritten the code base to make it 1000% compatible with the best guidelines on writing/creating plugins on WordPress.org

1.0

  • First initial release